Friday, February 22, 2013

What are the dimensions of the YouTube One Channel?


The Dimensions of the new YouTube One Channel are the following:

TV Zone:
2120 x 1192 px

Desktop Full Zone:
2120 x 350 px

Tablet Zone:
1536 x 350 px

Desktop Small Zone:
1280 x 350 px



Each zone describes the are that will be visible in that specific devices.
For more information and to free template go here.

What is the size of the YouTube One channel design?


The official sizes for the YouTube One channel are:

TV Zone:
2120 x 1192 px

Desktop Full zone:
2120 x 350 px

Tablet zone:
1536 x 350 px

Desktop Small Zone:
1280 x 350 px

Go to the download page to download your free template now.



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Thursday, February 21, 2013

YouTube rolling out the new one channel design

As announced by YouTube a few days ago, it's soon going to roll out the new One Channel design to all it's user in the next few weeks.

YouTube has released a few tips for how to get ready for the transition.
Here's the original post from YouTube's blog:

Tips to get ready
1) Create a channel trailer to get people to subscribeOn your new channel, you can show a trailer that will only appear to viewers who aren’t already subscribed to your channel. This is your chance to let visitors know what your channel is all about and tell them why they should subscribe!  Keep it short and to the point, and include a clear call to action inviting your audience to subscribe.
2) Create some channel artChannel art is how you can express the personality of your channel wherever it is seen, whether on a mobile phone, a tablet, a TV, or in a hovercard anywhere on the site!  Here is a template and guidelines on how to start creating channel art that will look great.

Here you'll find more tips and tricks on how to create the best experience for your users, and you'll be able to download a free template to help you design your new channel.


Wednesday, February 20, 2013

YouTube One Channel Art Template 2013


YouTube is bringing out new channel design in 2013, YouTube One Channel

The new channel will be require a use of a new template. Youtube has provided clear Channel Art guidelines but they didn't provide a layered version of the image which makes it less convenient.

Here you'll be able to download a free template following Youtube's instructions for the new channel design.

To Download the template go here-

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Friday, February 15, 2013

Template for youtube one channel art

It can be tricky creating art for the new Youtube one channel.
So here is a free Template for Youtube one channel art

After you download it all you have to do is a few simple steps:
1. Open it using a photo editor software.
2. Insert your image / images according to the templates layout.
3. Save as .jpeg
4. Upload to your channel.

That's it :)

Monday, February 11, 2013

What is the size of youtube one channel background?


The size of Youtube one channel background is the following:

TV Zone:
2120 x 1192 px

Desktop Full Zone:
2120 x 350 px

Tablet Zone:
1536 x 350 px

Desktop Small Zone:
1280 x 350 px

Each zone represents the area that will be visible in the specific devices. i.e. TV zone is 2120 x 1192 pixels.


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Friday, February 1, 2013

What is Tape Mode in Youtube? New VHS feature in videos ;)

You might have noticed in several videos on Youtube a feature called Enable Tape Mode.


Here are screenshot:
YouTube Tape Mode Enabled Paused Mode image
YouTube Tape Mode Enabled (Paused)
YouTube Tape Mode Enabled (Play)



























This feature is only available in selected videos, check this one out as an example:


Watch live example




So what is this about and what does it do?
What it does is makes videos look fuzzy and blurred and adds static just like old VHS tapes. So basically you can now watch videos in VHS tape quality. Great isn't it???

Well... Maybe not... :) So why was this feature added today done?

It was added as a commemoration to the day when the first videotape was presented - back in 14 April, 1956. You can read more on wikipedia here.

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