What channels do you recommend on peertube ?
What are your favourite channels and videos on the network ?

Let this post be useful for newcomers to the platform. Thanks.

@joule
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101Y

I like Chris Were’s videos. He looks at open source software, Linux and privacy. He also has some gaming videos, but I haven’t watched any so I can’t comment on them.

@federateduser
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I found opensciencevids for science lovers, theartshole for videos about art, thelinuxexperiment for linux videos. You can find more edutainment content on tilvids.com. Its good to see such diverse topics on peertube, share more channels as you find them here.
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@federateduser
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I like techlore, but i guess most people already know. I recommend if you haven’t seen it already.
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@toxicafunk
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51Y

Is peertube better than odysee/lbry or are they not comparable?

@federateduser
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71Y

Peertube’s main highlight is that its federated (like lemmy). Meaning its not a single website, but rather a network of interconnected websites. It also has features like peer-to-peer streaming, reducing load on servers. sepiasearch.org allows you to search globally on this vidiverse.

@toxicafunk
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21Y

Lbry/Odysee is also p2p but you’re right that it’s not federated. Also, it uses a Blockchain, not sure what to make of that.

@zhoreeq
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21Y

Obvious Luke Smith

@abbenm
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21Y

One I’ve subscribed to that I don’t see mentioned yet is Geotechland.

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