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Without a doubt, Youtube is the streaming service for uploading and playing videos par excellence.

Everyone is acquainted with the basic functions that let you search for any type of video according to theme, and undoubtedly many of us have frequent recourse to the service to fill vacant moments. But there is far more to it than this.

Quite apart from the advanced options for playing videos, such as managing playlists and administration of favourites, by simply registering on Youtube you can take things further by becoming a member of the community and send your own videos so they can be seen by millions of users world-wide.

The upload process is very simple and allows you to get your videos on to the web by just selecting them from their locations on your hard disk. You have to bear in mind the fact that the maximum size of any file is 1GB and that you can upload a maximum of ten videos simultaneously.

Once they are housed on Youtube, you can access them fast and share them with friends in a variety of formats, whether by sending them the link directly, adding the videos to your blog by means of the ready-made code which Youtube gives you or by adding them to your profiles on other generalized social networks. As well as this, don't forget that if you make intelligent use of the Description and Tag fields, you can better position your video so that it is viewed by more users than you can possibly imagine.
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