YouTube just got a facelift — it’s not a complete reconstruction, but it’s definitely more than just fillers to smooth out wrinkles. The Google-owned video sharing service has rolled out its new HTML5 desktop player to everyone after a few months of testing. When you play a YouTube vid on your computer, you’ll notice that the control bar at the bottom is replaced by a transparent version that disappears a few seconds after you stop moving the mouse pointer. Its icons are larger and bolder, the loading bar is thinner and the transition animation to load the Quality and Subtitle drop-down menu is a lot smoother. The player looks generally better throughout, but feel free to check and judge for yourself.
Ooh la la! Our new player design is slicker than a squirrel on waterskis! http://pic.twitter.com/9tS1pm3NiG
— YouTube (@YouTube) August 3, 2015
Via: Google System
Source: YouTube (Twitter)
Tags: google, html5, youtube
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