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Thursday, June 19, 2008

I've been thinking

Always a dangerous thing to do.

You can only load about 10 minutes of film on to YouTube, right? And there is always the logo on the bottom righthand corner.

So how come Welles, over 30 minutes long, is loaded in its entirety, and without a logo?

Is there a special account, one that you have to pay for? Is the posting of the film more official than we dared hope? Even if it's not Vincent, is it not likely to have been done with his agreement?

I want to know. I NEED to know.

Does anyone know?

6 comments:

judith said...

it would seem "mr Wells" has left us with more questions than answers!! a case for Goren i think!!

Diane said...

I'm a YouTube Virgin, so I didn't even know 10 minutes was the limit (and I still don't think it was the D'evine One who posted it)

jazzy said...

see: i have set my yt-channel type to "director" i can upload 30 min videos.
you can do it as well. EVERYone can do it, you don't need to pay for this option

JoJo said...

I didn't know 10 min was the limit either!

Music Wench said...

Since I just watch videos and don't even have a clue how to make them, I didn't realize there was a time limit...though that would explain why some things are posted in 2 parts...

Eliza said...

I'm glad someone else was thinking like me :-D

I have a director account to,but I still thought the limit was 10 minutes.Although I think file size has something to do with it too,and Mr Welles was compressed a LOT...I can't make a 30 minute clip smaller than 150mb's no matter what I do

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