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Published on Mar 27, 2012
The third generation iPad has sold by the millions and is changing how people consume online video, thanks to its 4G connectivity and blazing fast Internet speeds. People are using the iPad to watch more online video than they do on their desktops during the evening thanks to its nice HD display. But along with this comes a downside in people burning through their data quota much faster than before and some people are feeling like they can't watch video on their iPads anymore. This obviously creates a problem for us, as creators, and for Verizon and AT&T who want us to use more of their brand new speedy networks, not less.
We talk a little bit about this and also YouTube's new embed player and the changes it makes along with YouTube's new "improve this video" feature that makes color correction, stabilization, and more accessible with only a few clicks.
QUESTION: Are YouTube's suggested improvement tools worth using?