Companion extension for VODL YouTube videos. Synchronizes web content across multiple sources.
VODL protects YouTube and YouTube Creators from infringing on copyright law.
Instead of including copyright content directly within a YouTube video; copyright content can now be played synchronously from its legally accessible source.
By installing the VODL extension, any time you navigate to a VODL supported YouTube video. That video’s corresponding copyright content will open in a picture in picture style separated window. Both videos will then play synchronously with one another. Maintaining synchronicity when you, the user, interact with either video in any way. Feel free to pause, play, or seek all you want.
Download the extension and watch our demo video for more information.
Are you a YouTuber that wants to do a full video commentary track over any movie that’s streaming on Netflix?
Or maybe you want to create a reaction video or review on another copyright protected YouTube video?
Contact VODL and become a VODL creator. We can link your content with your desired Netflix movie or YouTube video with no fear of copyright claims, strikes, or demonetization.
VODL DOES NOT BLOCK ADS.
If you’re a creator on YouTube, not only will you retain all ad revenue. If the content your video is referencing also has ads, the owner of that content will retain all ad revenue as well. Ads will not break synchronicity and will play in full.
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGMENT ON PAID STREAMINGT SERVICES.
Viewers of copyright content streamed from paid streaming services MUST HAVE ACCESS TO A VALID ACCOUNT. For example, if a VODL YouTube video links to a movie streaming on Netflix; the viewer must have a valid Netflix account to view the Netflix movie.
With VODL, streaming services like Netflix, YouTube, Disney +, and more; can leverage the full influential weight of any social media creator. Funneling internet traffic, interest, and ad revenue, directly toward their own content.
How does it work?
The VODL extension sets a series of trigger points along the timeline of VODL YouTube videos. These trigger points define what and when copyright content is displayed to the viewer. When the VODL YouTube video reaches its first trigger point, copyright content opens and plays in a synchronized window. Other trigger points can be added to define automatic, play events, pause events, seek events, and more.
Our goal is to license our patent pending software to YouTube or any other streaming company that’s struggling with copyright infringement.
Contact us if you’re thinking about including VODL natively in your streaming service.