2011-02-09 10:01:08Posting long YouTube movies
John Cook

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Chuck Kutscher has a 45 minute talk debunking skeptic arguments and suggested putting it up on SkS. I was thinking about whether to start a SkS YouTube channel but there's a 10 minute limit on videos. Does anyone know how one would go about being able to post longer movies?
2011-02-09 11:36:57
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
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You might try here:

http://www.freedocumentaries.org/

2011-02-10 08:01:46Problem is...
John Cook

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.. that site features YouTube movies. And it seems to emphasise docos, not talks.

So the underlying issue remains, is there a way we could get long 45 minute talks on Youtube 

2011-03-03 05:39:08
k9

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I personally am a big fan of Vimeo, which doesn't have a length limit. (They instead have a 500MB size limit.) However, I can understand if you want to take advantage of the YouTube ecosystem/community. In that case, it looks like the solution to the 15 minute length limit is to have an account for awhile which obeys the rules: http://youtube-global.blogspot.com/2010/12/up-up-and-away-long-videos-for-more.html Not sure how well that will work for you. Give it a shot, and if not, then try Vimeo.
2011-03-21 11:23:29
Daniel Bailey
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I note Professor Muller’s lecture on climate change (1 hour 24 minutes) is available here:

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/13429263

Dunno if they allow free uploads; I note they do have an education section.