Who doesn't like 80's music? Okay, the song is a little cheesy, but take a look at this in 4 x YouTube HD! We've all see a lot of YouTube in our time, but this is really cool and probably very time consuming. Four YouTube Videos running simultaneously to form one video. Click play at the top to have them auto synced. I wish I would have thought of this...

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Comment by Justin Hoehner on October 14, 2008 at 8:45pm
This is very interesting how exactly does it work.
Comment by John Costilla on October 14, 2008 at 9:06pm
I have no idea, but I agree interesting. My guess is that this person basically took the same video and resized it in for different quadrants then mixed each video separately to create one major video. Then what he probably did, is write an autoplay html link to get all youtube videos to play at once. Don't care to much for the video but the concept is cool. I'm thinking of trying to make a horizontal video with three YouTube videos going sideways that might be a big easier. This looks like it took a lot of time. Thanks for the dialogue.


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