YouTube has long introduced ways for users to annotate their videos and add links to external websites, other videos on the site, and more. But I haven’t seen that many people or companies make use of video annotations in creative ways – I don’t spend that much time on YouTube to be honest, so maybe it’s just me.
In the videocast, the band members point to other videos which you can easily watch without having to jump to another tab or webpage (that is, if you’re on YouTube and not watching it here or anywhere else where it gets embedded).
If you don’t click, the videocast just keeps rolling, but if you do you can watch other videos and return to where you left off in the videocast with a single click.
Simple, but nice.
YouTube provides a platform for you to create, connect and discover the world’s videos. The company recently redesigned the site around its hundreds of millions of channels. Partners from major movie studios, record labels, web original creators, viral stars, and millions more all have channels on YouTube. YouTube is predominantly an ad-supported platform, but also offers rental options for a growing number of movie titles. YouTube was founded in 2005 by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim, who...