Since the standard installed video-lens in 12.04 also covers youtube, the youtube-lens seems obsolete. However, the programme that connects the youtube lens with minitube (scope-youtube) doesn't seem to connect the videos lens and minitube.
Is there any way to have those videos not opened in my browser but in Minitube?
Minitube, an application that aims to provide a completely different YouTube experience, has just reached version 2.0.
Minitube 2.0 will allow users to find missing parts of a multipart video, sort videos by relevance, date, view count and rating, filter videos by publication date, video duration and video quality, and much more.
Hi guys. Wonder if anyone knows why YouTube videos when loaded take up so much RAM even when the size of those video files are waaaaaaay less then what fills up RAM. I load several videos in Google Chrome and have maybe 100200 MB downloaded, but my physical RAM goes full (2 GB) and about 1 GB of swap also filles up. This makes my Linux box almost irresponsible.
@Inkane. Thanks for responding. The name of the video is art Tatum plays Dvorak. However I can play this video and other videos but onlu if I go to " video " on the minitube menu and select " open you tube page " then it will play.
One of the software, I have been very fond of recently is minitube. It is a software that lets you watch youtube videos. What makes minitube different from say a browser, is its ability to subscribe to channels without having to login. Even though it lets you subscribe without login, it acts just like your traditional subscription.
Now after my post on how to create a video and sending it to YouTube I'd like to show basic steps when dealing with videos generated from a Smartphone.As you may already know nowadays smartphones are able to create .3GP files, don't matter about the platform (Android, iOS, BlackBerry OS, Symbian).
I've been trying to watch webm videos on youtube lately with only partial success. Some of them play alright, while others request Adobe Flash. For example, this video requests flash, and this one plays without.