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2 channels on Framasoft's account on FramaTube instance
Ability to create search indexes
ability to hide/unhide an instance or an account,
Ability to import a video through a torrent file or a magnet URI
Ability to import videos through an URL (YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and many others!)
About peer-to-peer broadcasting and watching
A federation of interconnected hosting providers (so more video choices wherever you go to see them);
A few months after PeerTube V2 announcement, we are pleased to announce you that version 2.1 has been released. Here's a quick overview of the features it brings...
A few questions to discover PeerTube
A free software to take back control of your videos
A free software to take back control of your videos! With more than 100 000 hosted videos, viewed more than 6 millions times and 20 000 users, PeerTube is the decentralized free software alternative to videos platforms developed by Framasoft
After a boom start during the first few weeks, this rising funds campaign is now stagnating at just over €27,000. So we still need your support to finance the third step of development (dedicated to plugins and playlists) which will start in August. Also, feel free to share <a href="https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap/" target="_blank">the roadmap</a> around you.
After a dazzling start (thanks to you all), the progressive fundraising for this roadmap has slowed down a lot. Currently, we are halfway through the €60,000 needed to finance these six months of development. Concretely, this means that from the beginning of September, we will finance the progress towards v3 on our own 2020 budget.
After a year of work and improvements, we have just released version 2 of PeerTube! Everything is explained in detail in the <a target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://framablog.org/2019/11/12/peertube-has-worked-twice-as-hard-to-free-your-videos-from-youtube/">Framablog article</a> that we invite you to read.
After discussing it on our forum, we feel that d.tube is not free or open source, because publishing only compiled code hinders freedom of modification.
After showcasing our roadmap for PeerTube V3, we are happy to announce that version 2.2 is out. Let's look around and see what it brings us...
<a href="https://framablog.org/2020/05/26/our-plans-for-peertube-v3-progressive-fundraising-live-streaming-coming-next-fall">Read Framasoft's statement on the Framablog</a>
All of this is made possible by Peertube's free/libre license (GNU-AGPL). Its code is a digital "common", that belongs to everybody, instead of a secret formula that belongs to Google (in the case of Youtube) or to Vivendi/Bolloré (Dailymotion). This free/libre license <strong>guarantees our fundamental freedoms as users and allows many contributors to offer evolutions and new features.</strong>
A month before the version 1 of PeerTube, we would like to share some (good!) news with you.
A more relevant search, with the ability to set advanced filters (duration, category, tags...)