This is a video of a woman who is attempting to build a time machine. When she looks at the clock, it shows her as she is walking through time, but in reality she only has three minutes to do it. She then decides to try again and get to the exact time she set out to do, but still, she just stops and says “this has got to be quicker,” or “I’m so slow.
That’s not a time machine at all. The woman is trying to build the same exact machine she built in the first video, and it doesn’t work. The reason why is she’s doing it wrong. She’s trying to make it go faster.
You could say, “I’m faster than you. I could make this happen in three minutes,” or “I could make this happen in twenty minutes.” But this is a woman trying to build a time machine because she thinks she can, and she cant.
YouTube is always trying to get faster, and this time it’s not just speed. These two videos are a perfect example of youtube’s constant attempts to make itself faster. The first video is called “time machine”, and is basically an attempt to make youtube slower. The second video is called “time machine”, and is essentially a time machine with the same basic design as the first, only it’s made to run on a computer rather than the human brain.
Now, I don’t know if Youtube is doing better now, but I do think it’s important to remember that the videos are being made by a human. The videos contain some of my favorite Youtube videos from years past, so it isn’t like Youtube is just being a bunch of robots now. And of course it’s also important to keep in mind that YouTube is made by humans with some pretty unique personal preferences.
As a result of the fact that YouTube has a built-in timer and that videos can be uploaded at any time, it is really important to know how long they have been there. I think that the best way to do this is to keep an eye on the videos themselves. As long as you can see their titles, you should be able to identify whether or not they have been there a long time; if they are in the process of being uploaded then it is likely they will take awhile.
The quickest way to determine whether or not a video has been there long enough, is to check the time at the bottom of the video. YouTube tends to make it easier for users to see when videos are starting to lose their loading times. It is recommended that you do this before you hit the upload button.
YouTube is like a giant, long, and slow version of the popular internet meme “slow down” where people ask you to slow down so they can watch your videos. There are a few things you can do in the meantime to keep YouTube from taking up the internet’s bandwidth like disabling plugins, reducing your internet speed, and disabling your internet connection altogether.
There is no need to wait. YouTube’s servers are far more efficient than they used to be. That’s why they are going slower than they used to be. They use to be about 20kb/s but now they are closer to 35kb/s to avoid having video’s loading before we’re able to watch it. I remember when I used to upload videos at 20kb/s and it would take forever.
Youtube is also slow because of new video formats. First we were stuck with h.264 (a.k.a. MPEG-4) and now we are stuck with 4k video. The format of HD video was once more efficient than it is now, so now the internet is slower. The best thing we can do to speed up Youtube is to make sure all of your videos are at least 2kbs.