YouTube Increases Video Time Duration Limit to 15 Minutes

30 July 2010 By Ashish Mundhra


Previously this week we shared with you some cool YouTube tricks such as playing classical Snake game while watching YouTube videos and giving all your uploaded videos a 3D effect. Now we have some good news for all the YouTube users! YouTube has now  increased its video upload limit from 10 minutes to 15 minutes for non-partners.

As we all know, YouTube imposed the 10-minutes restriction to cut short the piracy issues, but now it explains as to why they have increased the time limit.

Well, we’ve spent significant resources on creating and improving our state-of-the-art Content ID system and many other powerful tools for copyright owners. Now, all of the major U.S. movie studios, music labels and over 1,000 other global partners use Content ID to manage their content on YouTube. Because of the success of these ongoing technological efforts, we are able to increase the upload limit today.

YouTube has also launched a contest for all the users called “15 Minutes of Fame” and the winning video will be featured on YouTube Homepage. To enter the event all one need to do is upload a 15-minutes video and tag it with “yt15minutes”. The last date to submit the video is August 4.

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when i wish to see the privacy viedioes in you tube ,its coming i require adobe flash player.

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