I've just uploaded a video of my Sonoj Convention 2018 Talk - if you want to learn automation in Ardour from the ground up - watch this:
Yey, peer tube <3
I do it mostly to give people a non-Google option as well as to bring attention to YT alternatives.
The real challenge to YouTube is not the technical/hosting aspects of online video, but rather the discoverability aspect.
Regarding discoverability - I wonder if it's only my problem, but I cannot ever find my own videos on PeerTube. Only having a link allows me to find what I want, whuile on YouTube if I know the name of the creator I can find this.
It's like there isn't a complete catalogue available anywhere - it's the instances sharing other's instances stuff, but this is very selective and usually I can't get what I want.
Is this what you meant?
On YouTube if you put out interesting videos, they'll likely get picked up and discovered by people who have had no previous knowledge of your content.
For example, 75% of my YouTube views come from non-subscribers. That's not the case with PeerTube where most of my content is viewed by people who already know me.
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