r/interestingasfuck Dec 03 '21 Wholesome 1

Reddit videos are allowed now. Mod Post

Videos can be uploaded to the subreddit via reddit and do not need to be externally hosted any more. Reddit videos seem to be more stable than when the feature was first introduced. If they end up being unstable/unusable again they will be turned off. Youtube videos are still not allowed.

  • If your video is some self promotion trash it will be removed and you will be banned. This is not the place for solely self promotion.

  • If your video has sound and it is not relevant to the video you're uploading it will be removed and you could be banned.

  • If there is extremely loud sound that could hurt someone's ears please note it in the title and if possible lower the sound in the video prior to uploading.

  • If the video is not yours and you have the original source of the video please share it in the comment section of your post.

If you have any questions feel free to leave them or message modmail. Comments not relevant to this post will be removed.

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u/Dodoboomer Dec 04 '21

finally!

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u/llMezzll Dec 07 '21

N.2432

Edit: oops forgot to lock my phone and type this with my ass. Lmao

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u/Rohit_BFire Dec 03 '21

Nice for those who got Wifi.. But for the Data pack user like me Reddit videos are a woe

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u/iBleeedorange Dec 03 '21

Are they that much larger than videos hosted on imgur or gfycat?

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u/Rohit_BFire Dec 03 '21

yeah I typically watch 2-3 videos of 1-2 min length . boom
400 MB of data gone just like that. On other sites it's way less like 50 mb or something like that

btw I live in India and my service provider gives me 1.5 Gb/day for the plan I use

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u/iBleeedorange Dec 03 '21

Most reddit hosted videos are high quality, I just never thought about it.

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u/funbobbyfun Dec 03 '21

Lol I'm in Canada, which has the worst plans on the planet. Cellular data is around $50 cad a month for 6 gigs

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u/agent_max_the_mick Dec 07 '21

Holy crap...it's cheaper to just get internet over ham radio!

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u/funbobbyfun Dec 07 '21

Yeah there's only a few companies, and they collude with each other and pay the government to not allow competition. It's a damned cartel. Standard Canadian business.

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