What I am wondering is why Google never just combined their Google Video service with YouTube. I see no reason why they would not be able to combine these services.
There are lots of interesting videos on Google Video (some that cannot be found in Youtube) so it's a shame to see them go.
youtube is better
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google video just supply links, you can still get to those videos if you bookmark the original source.
Do you think they will keep the videos tab and just link to youtube?
Now you're just mashing it!
they will prob fully discontinue the service as it would take to much effort to convert everything to youtube.
I had all but forgotten about Google Video before I read this. Too bad Google can't automatically move stuff over to YouTube for the users who are affected by this.
Drake_McNasty:Do you think they will keep the videos tab and just link to youtube?
Well they're using the video's tab as a search engine for video sites (but not just YouTube).
Anyway, it's sad to see an early experiment of video go away, man the obscure stuff you could of found, the full 30 Minutes of episodes you could of watched.
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This week, Google decided to shudder Google Video
That should be shutter
aside from a few exclusives, this is a non brainer for google. Save their resources for other things
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