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Long-distance video sharing is often an asynchronous affair. Links are shared via e-mail or an instant message, and the other party is expected to watch it whenever they get some spare time. Enter Synchtube, a site that thinks the contrary. Instead of your friends and family watching that video whenever they please, it gives the sharer complete control of how and when that video plays.
Synchtube is simple to use and requires no special sign-ups. Interested parties need simply to come with a YouTube video link to get started. The service then creates a special URL for a video room that is good for three other people to join. Included is live text chat and a heads-up display of each user's timeline that shows what part of the video everyone is on. The person in control can then jump the group to a particular part just by dragging their own player's timeline.
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