Google has improved YouTube by allowing viewers to see the most viewed parts of a video and to jump straight to that part. The company said it added a new graph that would allow users to see what everyone is watching over the past year, as well as lists of trending videos in different countries.
In order to improve the viewing experience and find a specific moment in the video, we recommend that you use timestamps. When there are no timestamps or when segments are not available, here is how to navigate through a video. “If the graph is high, then that part of the video has been replayed often. You can use the graph to quickly find and watch those moments,” Google said. The new graph that the company recently released will make it easier for people to find the interesting parts of a video.
Google is rolling out a new feature that will tag moments in YouTube videos as they occur. The company has been using this with YouTube Premium subscribers but is now making it available to everyone.
YouTube now has the ability to automatically generate and segment videos of its own accord. Google has said that it had done so for 19 million videos on the platform so far. Furthermore, they introduce Single Loop. This lets you put a video on repeat with a new information panel in fullscreen mode that displays the contents of the video, chapters, and comments received. You can also interact with other viewers by liking or commenting on what they have to say.
Author: Vlachogiannis L. George