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YouTube’s new AI experiment automatically adds chapters to videos

YouTube’s new AI experiment automatically adds chapters to videos

The days of having to suffer through an overly long and cringe-worthy YouTube intro are nearly behind us. YouTube has announced a new test that is using machine learning to automatically apply chapters to videos, removing the burden from creators while helping viewers quickly navigate through the content. In addition, YouTube has detailed another experiment involving timestamps.

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Wondershare Filmora X turns vision into reality with just a few clicks

Wondershare Filmora X turns vision into reality with just a few clicks

Technology is such a wonderful thing, enabling us to quickly create things that took long hours or thousands of dollars just a few years ago. 3D printing, for example, has let a thousand DIY projects bloom and software has made it almost too easy to create professional-looking videos in a snap. Wondershare's Filmora has long enjoyed renown in the latter and its latest release, Filmora X ("Ten") takes the video editing tool to new heights. And while it won't magically give make you an expert, Filmora X gives you the tools to experiment, to learn, and, most importantly, to grow into a pro.

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YouTube Rewind 2020 won’t happen and you already know why

YouTube Rewind 2020 won’t happen and you already know why

For the first time in years, YouTube has announced that it will not be releasing its YouTube Rewind video series at the end of the year. The reason is exactly what you've guessed: 2020 isn't a great year and it's not really one we're going to look back on fondly. The company issued a statement on the matter, indicating that it will resume Rewind at the end of 2021.

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Sony tipped in big plan to acquire Crunchyroll anime streaming service

Sony tipped in big plan to acquire Crunchyroll anime streaming service

Sony is gearing up to acquire anime streaming service Crunchyroll, at least according to a new report out of Japan. The deal would reportedly involve a substantial sum of money, bolstering Sony's anime offerings while scoring it around 70 million users. This deal would follow Sony's 2017 acquisition of anime distributor Funimation.

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Watch a Rimac C_Two get totaled on purpose

Watch a Rimac C_Two get totaled on purpose

Rimac Automobili produces some of the coolest hypercars in the world. It's newest insanely fast and beautiful car is the C_Two. The automaker plans to begin production of the C_Two next year. Like any other automobile, for the incredibly expensive hypercar to be sold in the United States, it must undergo crash testing.

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HBO Max will get five big Comedy Central shows as part of new deal

HBO Max will get five big Comedy Central shows as part of new deal

WarnerMedia, the company behind HBO Max, has announced a new deal with Comedy Central that will grant its streaming service non-exclusive streaming rights to five shows, including a couple of major titles like Chappelle's Show and Key and Peele. Under this deal, HBO Max users will be able to stream these shows directly on the service, though they'll also be available on select other services, too.

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Why you don’t actually own any Amazon Prime Video content

Why you don’t actually own any Amazon Prime Video content

A legal case filed earlier this year came to a head in October, solidifying Amazon's claims. The case saw Amazon Prime Video user Amanda Caudel sue the streaming content provider for "unfair competition and false advertising" because Prime Video purchase access can be revoked at any time. Amazon argued that their User Agreement makes clear that an Amazon Prime Video purchase isn't the same as ownership.

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Major Clips update has features that beat Snapchat and Tiktok

Major Clips update has features that beat Snapchat and Tiktok

Today Apple released a major update for their video creation app Clips. This app allows the creation and modification of short video clips for iPhone and iPad for use on all sorts of social networks and messaging apps. The latest update to Clips enhances the user interface and makes the exceedingly important expansion to both vertical AND horizontal video.

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YouTube just made it easier for mobile users to control videos

YouTube just made it easier for mobile users to control videos

YouTube has introduced a new update for its mobile apps, adding refinements to the mobile platform's interface that make things easier for users. Though the UI largely looks the same, frequent mobile users will note some small but convenient changes, including the ability to enter full-screen mode using a simple swipe and some new buttons.

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Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Redbox, the company best known for its red movie vending machines, launched a free ad-supported live streaming TV service earlier this year, one you probably haven't heard of. Bringing attention back to the service is a new announcement from Redbox revealing that Xbox One owners can now access this streaming service through their consoles.

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Netflix StreamFest promotion will briefly open service to the public

Netflix StreamFest promotion will briefly open service to the public

Netflix plans to make its streaming service available to everyone for a limited time through a promotion it will call StreamFest, the company has revealed. Though some details are still missing, it seems that StreamFest will be live for 48 hours during which time anyone -- including non-subscribers -- will be able to access the service and stream all of the content they want, no credit card required.

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Apple TV+ will make Peanuts holiday classics free for everyone

Apple TV+ will make Peanuts holiday classics free for everyone

Apple is expanding its Peanuts content with a deal that'll bring new specials, a second season of Snoopy in Space, and more. As part of this newly announced deal, Apple has also scored three classic Peanuts holiday specials in time for the upcoming season -- and it is making them free for everyone to stream for a limited time. As expected, the free streaming availability will coincide with each of the three major upcoming holidays.

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