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YouTube Vs. Google Video Vs. Revver

The idea here is that you have to press play on the following videos (in vertical order) so that they all stream to you at the same time. You may need to adjust the volume on each respective network, though. Press play on the top (YouTube) video, then immediately press play on the second (Google Video), and then press play on the third (Revver). Bam, bam, bam – and you should see ’em playing back simultaneously.

And if you think this sounds crazy, you gotta see my Soapbox vs. YouTube vs. Break.com vs. Vimeo. vs. Jumpcut vs. Blip.tv vs. Metacafe vs. Revver vs. iFilm shootout after you’re done watching the following video brawl.

For now, on this page, make sure you scroll down far enough so that you can see all three videos on your screen at the same time, then press the play button for each video. This will only “work” if you play these videos on the same page together:

Because of inconsistent timing issues, each time you try this, you should see / hear slightly different results. My secondary interest lies in how many people view the video from the respective video hosting networks (though I believe that YouTube will draw the most eyeballs, Revver the most revenue, and Google the least everything). And if three videos isn’t enough for you, I’ve slapped nine video networks together, too.

To put this series of videos on your own blog or MySpace, copy and paste the following code into your page:

Download Video Files

When I heard that Video Downloader 2.0 could enable me to download videos from sites like AnimeEpisodes.Net, Badjojo, Blastro, Bofunk, Bolt, Castpost, CollegeHumor, Current TV, Dachix, Danerd, DailySixer.com, DevilDucky, Double Agent, EVTV1, FindVideos, Hiphopdeal, Kontraband, Lulu TV, Midis.biz, Music.com, MusicVideoCodes.info, Newgrounds, NothingToxic, PcPlanets, Pixparty, PlsThx, Revver, Sharkle, SmitHappens, StreetFire, That Video Site, VideoCodes4U, VideoCodesWorld, VideoCodeZone, Vimeo and Yikers, Angry Alien, Blennus, Blip.tv, Break.com, Dailymotion, Double Agent, eVideoShare, Free Video Blog, Google Video, Grinvi, iFilm, Metacafe, MySpace, MySpace Video Code, Putfile, Totally Crap, vidiLife, vSocial, YouTube and ZippyVideos… I was thrilled. Of course, I don’t visit half of these video sites, but it’s nice to know I could download the videos if I did. They’ve got a FireFox plugin, so I figured I’d ask for a Maxthon plugin, too. Wheelie4 answered my request with an IE bookmarklet to help you save embedded video files:

[js]javascript:(function(){w=open((‘http://videodownloader.net/get/?url=’+escape(location)),’w’,’location=no,status=yes,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=800,height=400,modal=yes,dependent=yes’);setTimeout(‘w.focus()’,1000)})();[/js]