YouTube Offers A More Interactive Experience With Multi-Angled Video Experiment

Youtube-multiple-camera-anglesYouTube doesn't sit still long enough to get comfortable. After the launch of YouTube Music Key, YouTube is now playing around with yet another way to engage viewers – a multi-angled video. The ability to toggle back and forth between multiple camera angles as the video is playing offers a viewer driven personalization of the playback experience. In the early stages of experimentation, popular indie artist, Madilyn Bailey, best known for her covers is the first and only artist to trial this feature on their channel.

In an interview with TechCrunch, Bailey said “I love being super interactive with my online community and I think this is such a creative way to put more freedom into the hands of my viewers and gives them the ability to have a more personalized viewing experience,” she told me in an email. “Anytime I can get my audience more involved, I’m a happy YouTuber!”

YouTube_logo_2013.svgBecause this new feature is in it's preliminary stages, YouTube is only allowing a select few artists access to test the feature. If you wish to be considered for the trial, you can apply to YouTube online.

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