As you might have seen from the last boost, PeerTube's latest version now supports "ability to automatically import all videos from a remote channel (from another video platform)".
What does this mean?
It means you can automatically import your videos from YouTube to PeerTube 🥳
More info from PeerTube's official news page:
I've never tried PeerTube, nevertheless Odysee makes part of my daily routine and I find it great, principally because of the Odysee Browser Extension.
And this feature YouTube->Odysee already existed.
No, YouTube increasingly doesn't.
The reason so many YT videos nowadays have sponsors is because YT monetisation has gone down the toilet, especially for small indie makers.
In-video sponsors are platform neutral, they don't care which platform your videos are on as long as people are watching your videos. For example @thelinuxexperiment has sponsors on their videos on all platforms including PeerTube.
As for Odysee, it's from cryptocurrency so I would stay as far away from it as possible.
Why? Could you explain, or provide me some article?
Both seems decentralized enough to me.
@B1rn3 No need for articles - we can go direct.
lbry has odyssee [end list].
Peertube has ... well just look for them, there are loads.
@feditips Oh, does that mean I'm scheduled for another update? Yep, it seems that I am. I just managed to get 4.2 running. I'm glad to see the updates, but I really like to step back and decide when I want to do them. Because "going smoothly" seems to be the exception rather than the rule. And sometimes... It's so bad as to be, "OK just start from scratch." Though I can't confirm I have ever experienced that with PeerTube.
That would've been terribly useful for me about 2 months, though kind of superfluous now. 😅
Glad to see the improvement, though.