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The content is very well written, but it is far from perfect. YouTube users can’t be too careful about what they’ve uploaded or on how it’s viewed.
For those who are still wondering, the video viewport size has now switched to 0x0. That means that no matter what you upload to YouTube, it will be limited to a small amount of pixels. The reason for this change is to make videos easier to see and share. That’s about it.
I’ve noticed that most of YouTube’s old videos were much shorter than they should have been. I had no problem with that before but after I started recording more videos I noticed the problem became worse. The videos would be way too small for my screen. Now they look quite poor, which is fine, but makes it difficult to read the videos. I’ve noticed that the first few videos on YouTube have some very sharp borders that make them hard to read.
I know the problem is with the new YouTube implementation, but it is something that will make videos easier to read and share. Ive been frustrated with YouTube videos for a long time because they are very hard for me to read. Thats why I use my own videos for my youtube.com videos. Ive also been using embeds to make videos easier to read. It also works for YouTubes videos, just make sure you make them readable before embedding them.
I can understand the concern that YouTube is introducing a new 0x0 viewport limit, but this is something that will only apply to the new YouTube app. The YouTube HTML5 player is a web-based player that also supports embeds. So you can embed your own videos on YouTube videos, and then make them easily readable and shareable.
YouTube’s 0x0 viewport is just a new way to measure the width of your video so that it will automatically scale to the width of the viewer’s screen. It’s not really a big deal, but it is an interesting approach that may be useful in the future if YouTube decides that its content needs to be scaled to fit. At the moment, though, it’s just a new way to measure the width of your video.
I’m assuming that the 0x0 viewport is the same thing as the 0x0 pixel size of a video, but it’s also what Google thinks you should use when displaying YouTube videos on the web. If you want to embed videos into your website, you can use the standard width for YouTube videos of 600 pixels. The 0x0 viewport is just a new way to measure the width of your video so that it will automatically scale to the width of the viewers screen.
YouTube’s current width is 960 pixels and its current height is 720 pixels. This means that videos currently play out of the viewport that is 600 pixels wide and 600 pixels tall. That means that videos that play in the 0x0 viewport are scaled down to 960 pixels and 720 pixels respectively.
This probably won’t be popular with the average YouTube viewer, but if you’re using the 0x0 viewport for a video, it should look good on any screen. And if you’re not using the 0x0 viewport for a video, you’re probably looking at something else.
YouTube is trying to make it so you can only see your videos in the 0x0 viewport. But the way that the viewport is being used, it leaves a lot of room for content to be scaled to any size you want. I suspect that the viewport is only about half the size of the real viewport, so you can make a video that plays in the 0x0 viewport look good on whatever screen you have.