We do a lot of YouTube DJing at work, and I decided that a splitscreen YouTube search might ease this regular practice. I know about two youtube videos and a motherfucking crossfader but I don't care for the crossfader (too complex for our DJing) or the sparkles (schmaltzy on purpose, but still...) or the search (I wanted it more like YouTube's search).

2Tube is the fairly quick and hack-y result. It uses a modified version of the JavaScript client library from YouTube's API site, and not much else besides some CSS.

Eventually, I would like to add auto-buffering (ala the YouTube Auto Buffer & Auto HD & Remove Ads userscript) since our internet connection at work is annoyingly slow. I would also like to make the searching even more like YouTube (for instance: clickable usernames). But for now, this will do.

-- Joe from LLAWN.com

We do a lot of YouTube DJing at work, and I decided that a splitscreen YouTube search might ease this regular practice. I know about two youtube videos and a motherfucking crossfader but I don't care for the crossfader (too complex for our DJing) or the sparkles (schmaltzy on purpose, but still...) or the search (I wanted it more like YouTube's search).

2Tube is the fairly quick and hack-y result. It uses a modified version of the JavaScript client library from YouTube's API site, and not much else besides some CSS.

Eventually, I would like to add auto-buffering (ala the YouTube Auto Buffer & Auto HD & Remove Ads userscript) since our internet connection at work is annoyingly slow. I would also like to make the searching even more like YouTube (for instance: clickable usernames). But for now, this will do.

-- Joe from LLAWN.com