YouTube v.s. Vimeo – The Faceoff

by Dionne Aiken

When it comes to video embedding and sharing, there are many options such as BlipTV2, Flickr, and Photobucket just to name a few.  However two leaders that continue to stand out among all others as the top video streaming services are YouTube and Vimeo.

So what are some major differences between the two? And what makes one better than the other? I pulled together a comparison chart to see how they both measure up to help answer that question:


Click here to view PDF.

CEOs across the state are talking via video about how technical assistance from a client program of ours called GrowFL helped grow their business.  Here is the same video in both YouTube and Vimeo:

The video streaming service you use will most likely depend on your specifications and needs but of these two champions in the game, which one is the winner?

10 Responses to YouTube v.s. Vimeo – The Faceoff

  1. Blake says:

    Hey, just wanted to give a little update! As of today we have over 5 million members, and Plus members can upload up to 5GB per file

    Cheers,

    Blake
    Vimeo

  2. Dionne says:

    Thanks Blake! I updated the chart to reflect this info.

  3. Jose Melgar says:

    Great post! Let me say that as a graphic designer I tend to prefer Vimeo. However, I have found Youtube more embedding-friendly. It took me a while to embed a Vimeo video in my blog (http://25dePie.blogspot.com) because I had to go to the HTML tab of my post, whereas with Youtube, it was more a copy+paste thing. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that Youtube and Blogger are somehow related via Google.

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  7. Lance Chambers says:

    In Australia it has to be YouTube. Vimeo is very very S L O W.

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