YouTube Experimenting with Lightweight “Feather” Video Pages

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ready4war

I am in the Beta seems good.

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HardK0re

This has potential. I've been trying it for a while. But if I can't even comment on a video, let alone change the size of the player and I lose a lot of stuff I click very often. Trim fat? Just get adobe to make flash a tad bit lighter. Bingo. ~K0re_

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webwagemage

Hey Google:

 

Want to trim fat?  Take out the annotations and YOUR STUPID ADS from the videos
!!!

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GFC

I don't even notice the difference. I say, if you want to cut the fat, go for the morons that upload insane amount of useless stuff - problem solved.

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aviaggio

Seems to work very well on my 2.5 year old laptop that normally chokes on YouTube. Big thumbs up!

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DBsantos77

 So will Youtube enable SQ now? (Sad Quality?)

-Santos

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1337Goose

The comments on youtube generally leave something to be desired. Honestly, I don't think turning comments off really hurts your viewing experience, unless you're into trolling... in which case youtube threads are a great place to thrive.  

~Goose

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