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At the time, with the exception of local and national news content, very few actual videos showed up for playing online.
After a recent check of the service, the lack of videos certainly reversed itself.
Though not overflowing with video content, the Google Video service does carry a significant number of videos now and a search under your main keyword topic should produce at least a couple of related videos.
Since the search engine can't actually search the content of a video or audio file, the one drawback to the system stems from that fact that the search engine must decide what represents a "relevant" search from text that accompanies the video.
This text typically ranges from just a few words to an entire transcript of the video.
As such, a search for "employment tips" results in video from the Employment & Career Channel along with the Long Beach City Council hearings on development impacts on employment.
However, once Google gets the search aspect of video ironed out, watch for this service to explode in popularity.
Copyright 2005 Jim Edwards
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