Entertainment has always played a significant role in the lives of humans; joy exists in many forms.
Majorly in the ancient time’s dance and the music was the primary source, then came in the books, which gave people a new way to think and discuss.
The portability of entertainment came with the invention of radios and television; books remain the preeminent source of joy to date.
Today internet has become the primary source of entertainment, from e-books, music to streaming movies.
Still, video internment remains the primary source of YouTube and Dailymotion, a billion-dollar company with over a million videos to stream.
From topics like sports, education, music can all be searched from the catalogue.
YouTube vs Dailymotion
The difference between YouTube and Dailymotion is that YouTube does not restrict the video uploading length to 60 minutes, and videos exceeding this limit can be found on the platform. Still, Dailymotion specifies the limit to 60 minutes videos above that is not allowed to be uploaded.
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YouTube offers an extensive catalogue to search from all topics, but the Dailymotion catalogue remains limited.
|Parameters of Comparison||YouTube||Dailymotion|
|Audience||7 billion users visit YouTube every month, making it the most extensive streaming application||122.7 million visits every month|
|Categories||YouTube provides the most extensive catalog from sports to education||Dailymotion catalogs are very limited|
|Video Uploading Limit||YouTube does not restrict video uploading limited, and video creator can upload for more than 60 minutes||Dailymotion specifies the video uploading limit to 60 minutes|
|Copyright Issues||The whole video is taken down if any copyrighted material like music clips are detected||The copyright issues are not severe, and a formal warning is given to the creator; no video is taken down|
|Video Quality||YouTube suppresses the uploading quality making it much lower streaming quality||Dailymotion does not stop the video quality and provides a better rate over YouTube.|
|Analytics||YouTube provides very advanced analytics helping the creator grow||Dailymotion provides minimal analytics|
What Is YouTube?
YouTube is a subsidiary of Google in 2005, which has today become the largest video sharing platform globally, with over 7 million visitors every month and with over 100 million videos to browse.
YouTube today allows every creator to make videos on the platform and help them grow; YouTube provides the creators with very advanced analytics that support the creator to find a mistake, correct it and grow according to the numbers.
YouTube doesn’t restrict video uploading; creators can upload videos exceeding 60 minutes without any problem.
YouTube has the most extensive video browsing catalog that ranges from sports, news to even education. It estimates that nearly 72 hours-worth of videos is uploaded on YouTube every minute.
The only downside of YouTube is the quality, which is suppressed while uploading, making the viewer’s experience bland.
YouTube is very strict about the copyright issue. If any music clips are found the video is taken down, and a formal warning is provided to the originator.
YouTube ultimately becomes one of the platforms where any creator can grow with quality videos and audience appreciation. YouTube also provides free and unlimited streaming to all the viewers and users.
Still, the only perk is displaying ads in every video and the home screen, making it a bland experience, but that can be avoided by subscribing to the YouTube premium.
What is Dailymotion?
Dailymotion is a French video-sharing platform founded in 2005 and today has become the second-largest video streaming service in the world after YouTube.
Dailymotion has an audience of more than 122 million visits every month, making it impossible for any small creator to grow on this scale; the video might not be highlighted.
Dailymotion also restricts the video uploading to only 60 minutes, and videos more than 60 minutes are being taken down or not allowed to be uploaded.
Still, Dailymotion provides the highest video quality as it doesn’t suppress the quality making it a marvelous streaming experience.
Dailymotion catalog of video browsing is limited, and the topics are not up to the mark, but the Dailymotion flexibility of copyright issues is minimal.
A creator who uses copyright issues is provided with a warning, and the video is not taken down.
All kinds of videos, even ranging from mature content, can be found on Dailymotion. The term called each gate is used daily, and the people can turn on the age-gate to view mature content, making it tolerable and flexible.
But Dailymotion fails to provide advanced analytics that does not help the creates in any way, making the experience and audience number bland as the creator cannot know their mistakes.
Dailymotion is a platform for those creators who are already outgrown and are looking for a new platform.
Main Differences Between YouTube and Dailymotion
- YouTube provides very advanced analytics that helps the creator grow, whereas Dailymotion provides very minimal analytics making it impossible for the creator to correct the mistakes and grow
- YouTube has a large number of audience with more than 7 billion visitors every month that help grow small creators, whereas Dailymotion has more than 120 million visitors making it impossible for small creators to grow
- YouTube never restricts uploading quality and allows more than 60 minutes of uploading, whereas Dailymotion prohibits the uploading to 60 minutes
- Dailymotion provides the highest quality as it does not suppress the uploading quality, whereas YouTube’s quality is limited as it suppresses the video uploading quality.
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Sandeep Bhandari holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computers from Thapar University (2006). He has 20 years of experience in the technology field. He has a keen interest in various technical fields, including database systems, computer networks, and programming. You can read more about him on his bio page.