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ability to hide/unhide an instance or an account,
Ability to import a video through a torrent file or a magnet URI
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Ability to import videos through an URL (YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and many others!)
Sensitive videos
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activating automatic video playback or not,
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Adding playlists to search scope (on PeerTube instance and Sepia Search)
An open-source, free/libre licence code
Adding subtitles
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Blur
And finally, we improved the embed API, allowing websites that embed a PeerTube video to have better control over the player: knowing the video's length, knowing when playback is over, exporting video subtitles, indicating a specific subtitle to activate. More info on <a href="https://docs.joinpeertube.org/#/api-embed-player" target="_blank">https://docs.joinpeertube.org/#/api-embed-player</a>.
Display
Administrators and moderators have, once again, usefull new tools in this update. There's a new page to facilitate comment moderation, batch actions, the option to delete all comments of an account, or to see unlisted videos uploaded by an account on the instance you moderate.
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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.
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At least 5GB
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.
At least 20GB
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.
At least 50GB
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 releasing PeerTube v3 in early January, it's time for a new main version with plenty of improvements and new features. Here are some explanations on what this v3.1 brings us.
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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...
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