Synchtube: Watch Synchronized YouTube Videos With Your Friends

Synchtube: Watch Synchronized YouTube Videos With Your Friends

Written by Frederic Lardinois / December 31, 2009 9:25 AM / 0 Comments

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Chances are that you are getting at least a few emails and IMs with links to YouTube videos every day. While watching these alone can be fun, Synchtube turns this into a far more social experience. Synchtube allows you to share and discuss a video in real time with up to four of your friends. The first person to enter the room controls the playback and also has the ability to change videos.

Features

To get started, just head over to Synchtube.com and copy and paste a link to a YouTube video into the box in the lower right corner. Then send out the link to the room to your friends and start the video once they have arrived.

via www.readwriteweb.com

The latest addition to my list of "What if the Impossible Isn't?" Simple and useful, always a great combination.

The synchronization of video and chat enables true and interactive conversation and by using YouTube this enables pretty much any video source to be used.  Opens some interesting options for learning and sharing and worth trying and keeping an eye on this as it develops.

Posted via web from Imported from http://waynehodgins.typepad.com

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