Reddit’s rolling out native video — anticipate more ads


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Reddit today announced it was rolling out a native video player, meaning Reddit users can upload their footage directly to the site as opposed to an outside service. Redditors will be able to upload videos up to 15 minutes in length, and 1 GB or less in size. You can upload from both desktop and mobile apps. When you start playing a video, it will remain pinned to a corner of your screen while you scroll, and will keep playing. Reddit will also be rolling out a GIF-making tool that can be used in conjunction with video. My first thought…

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