Hi! from a new lemmyng, very happy to find this place, thanks to everyone who contributes.

I have a mastodon account and have used peertube now and then. Now I’m looking for a fediverse instance to upload and share video tutorials and podcasts, mostly FLOSS audio related.

Any pointers and fediverse guidance appreciated, thanks.

https://zotlabs.org/page/hubzilla/hubzilla-project looks fantastic but I can’t setup my own instance atm (unless it can be done for über cheap on a VPS somewhere, 100€/year max)

https://libremedia.video peertube looks like the right place but video uploads are not allowed by default and I can’t figure out if that’s per design to preserve disk space (awaiting admin reply)

https://odysee.com looks classy but I don’t want to opt in to crypto micro payment models for this project, maybe for another later on


So…there’s a couple of communities worth checking out!

If you want to do something purely FLOSS-related, https://peertube.linuxrocks.online/ has a pretty dedicated built-in community for that.

If you want to produce tutorials for edutainment purposes, there’s TILvids: https://tilvids.com


thanks living superhero will check them out joined a mastodon during the day and was recommended https://diode.zone


when two or more peertubes are connected does that mean that data is replicated between them or is it messaging notifiers only, like RSS, so you can play them from wherever you are logged in?


if you share a link from a subscription, that is on another server there is an option to share the original URL which solves this problem.

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