Google said it wanted to make it easier for users to find content they most interested in watching,
so it launched a graph that can be used to see the most frequent parts of a video.
and google add, “We also have a few other useful features that we want to make sure you know about, so we’ll summarize them here as well.
Try them out and let us know what you think in the comments below!”
Easily watch the most frequently played parts of the video: as you search, you will see a graph showing you which parts are replayed most frequently.
If the graph is high, this part of the video has been played back a lot.
You can use the graph to quickly find and watch those moments.
You may have tested this as part of an experiment, and now we’re excited to bring the feature to desktop and mobile viewers today!
Go to a specific section with video chapters (including new auto-generated chapters),
now on smart TVs and game consoles: Video Chapters, launched in May 2020, divides videos into sections,
allowing you to jump into a section Specific from a video, easily re-watch that part and more.
So far, video chapters have been added to 20 million videos,
and we’re glad they can now be automatically created and viewed across more devices.
If you are a content creator, consider adding chapters to your videos, especially longer videos.
Our experience data from May 2020 shows that for videos where creators have added information about chapters, viewing chapters in the player increases the average watch time for those videos .Google also indicated that you can now use the Single Loop feature to keep playing a single video for as long as you want.
She added, “We will soon be testing a new and easier way for you to get to the exact moment in a video you want to watch. If you’re a Premium member, keep an eye out for it at youtube.com/new.
In the meantime, you can still long press anywhere on the player to start Search,
or double-tap with two fingers to cycle through video chapters – to get straight to the exact part of the video you want to watch!”