YouTube currently has a 15-minute time length restriction that has been imposed on their videos, but it seems that is set to change. After all, a bunch of special content partners such as National Geographic and Lonelygirl15 have already broken that limit before, so it shouldn’t be a problem for regular Joes to have longer videos in the long run, eh? According to Joshua Siegel, a product manager at YouTube, he told The New York Times that the company now has copyright issues under control via ContentID, where it will scan around 100 years worth of uploaded video every single day in order to fend off violations. No idea on when the time limit will be lifted, so keep your fingers crossed that it will happen sooner rather than later.
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