Jonathan Harchick has made and transferred the longest YouTube video ever, checking in at 571 hours, 1 minute and 41 seconds. He says, “I challenge anybody to attempt and make a more drawn out video.”
At the point when YouTube lifted as far as possible on video transfers last December, enabling clients to transfer recordings of any length, I’m certain they never anticipated that a client would transfer a video that would take 23 days and 19 hours to watch, yet that is precisely what Jonathan Harchick of Moldy Toaster Media has done. Harchick has made and transferred the longest YouTube video ever, checking in at 571 hours, 1 minute and 41 seconds. He says, “I challenge anybody to attempt and make a more drawn out video.”
The video, which comprises of a slide show of photos of Harchick’s excursion to Chile two years prior, may not be incredible to take a gander at, but rather let be honest—no one will watch a whole 571-hour video in any case. Harchick told the Huffington Post that his objective wasn’t to assemble a creative magnum opus. “To me, the test was about the pressure. Putting that long of a video on YouTube requires a great deal of pressure in light of the fact that the site just permits 20 gigabytes. There’s a great deal of work that went into this, yet I think just the tech geeks will perceive the exertion.” And tech geeks—you might need to take a seat for this next goody. The video is just 549 megabytes! That clarifies why the photos look so foggy, I presume. Goodness.
In the video portrayal, Harchick composes that, “Some of you are stating this isn’t a ‘genuine video’.” If you are among the haters, you can look at the longest ‘genuine video’ on YouTube beneath. It’s likewise made by Harchick and highlights him tallying to 100,000… for 74 and a half hours. He told the Huffington Post, “I did it in one-hour sessions.”
Harchick has tested different YouTubers to break his record with a significantly longer video. He says, “The center of any tech-based culture is knowing the tenets and making sense of where they twist and break. I anticipate that inside seven days, you’ll see a challenger.” Note that he isn’t testing individuals to really watch his video. “I do trust that on the off chance that you watch the whole clasp, it will change your life—and not positively.”
Will you acknowledge Harchick’s test?