YouTube adds "Vuvuzela Button" on its Video Player

Google added a new button for playing a "vuvuzela" sound file in its YouTube video player. "If you watch World Cup on TV and misses the loud vuvuzela noise, now when you're watching YouTube videos, there's a new button for you to play the sound. Unfortunately, if you click vuvuzela* button, you might not be […]

Google added a new button for playing a "vuvuzela" sound file in its YouTube video player.

"If you watch World Cup on TV and misses the loud vuvuzela noise, now when you're watching YouTube videos, there's a new button for you to play the sound. Unfortunately, if you click vuvuzela* button, you might not be able to hear the original sound of the video. YouTube has an option that provides automatic captions for videos, but the results are rarely accurate," informs Alex.

*"The vuvuzela is a typical 65 cm (2 ft) plastic blowing horn that produces a loud, distinctive monotone B?3 note. The vuvuzela is most used at soccer matches in South Africa, and it has become a symbol of South African soccer as the stadiums are filled with its loud and raucous sound that reflects the exhilaration of supporters," noted Wikipedia.