Videos on Strava

I was just thinking after looking at some photos of a training session of a friend on Strava, how awesome it would be if we could upload short videos of our training sessions. this could be useful to hone our training technique as others could tell you where you are going wrong or you could show others the proper way to train. There could also be the ability to add audio to the video.

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  • Great move on NOT introducing videos to Strava.. Let them stay on youtube, where they belong!

    having videos in Strava feed will further obliterate already junk filled timeline!

     

    Can we remove "people you might know" from the feed and add geographic sorting of athletes that you promised for the last 10 years?

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  • @Elle Anderson, thank you for breaking the silence on this.  

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  • I’d think that video sharing would make for a great premium feature. Might make premium membership attractive to an entirely different set of users. I’ve been ending up with lots of short clips from my activities that I don’t have time to edit and upload elsewhere or that are so context sensitive that they wouldn’t make sense elsewhere. Strava would be the ideal spot for them.

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  • No, Stephen, you are wrong!

     

    Dont pollute strava stream with botload of useless videos! we already have instagram and facebook for that!

     

    last thing we need is for Strava try to become facebook!

     

     

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  • How about adding search athlete by zipcode - an item you promised 8 years ago, or a turn by turn navigation for Wahoo Bold and other devices! all you need is to add breadcrumbs to the tcx file!

     

    Please work on the features members want!

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  • Alex, how in the world would videos, presumably associated with individual activities in the same way that pictures are, "pollute" your strava stream?  Do you think pictures added to activities pollute your stream?  The way that Strava has implemented pictures, they don't add any additional "pollution" beyond the activity to which they are associated.  Surely, videos would be implemented the same way -- nicely hidden behind the activity with which they are associated.  Probably the only thing Strava could do that might legitimately be considered pollution would be the posting feature; however, in my experience, this feature is used sparingly if at all.  Moreover, if you don't like a particularly athlete's activities or posts, then you can always stop following them to prevent their "pollution."

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  • I thought the video would appear just like in Facebook.. The way you explained, I have no problem with it, and actually like it..

     

    I thought the videos of people we follow would be in the timeline..

     

    So what about adding turn by turn GPS nav for Wahoo bolt?

     

    Alex

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  • I totally agree with you Stephen. Lets get video on strava. There is no way it would pollute the stream. No more than photos don't cause pollution. And like you say if you don't like athletes you follow posting videos just stop following them. I think you would soon have no followers yourself if you took that attitude. And as far as posting on Instagram and facebook that's just a joke. I wouldn't use these social media sites if you paid me. They're just full of cyber bullies and trolls. My rides are posted on Strava and so should my photos and Videos.👍

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  • Isn't it just about to implement the ability to show/stream YouTube hosted videos within Strava app or browser as we look at pictures?

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  • Yes videos please!!!!

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  • Uploading short videos would be great, or adding a link to a YouTube video 

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  • Strava is oke but in someways also a little bit old fashioned.

    Video's are a normal thing in social media, it should be the case for Strava also.

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  • Just looking through this thread, from when it started and the initial feedback from elle, and can't believe there's still no videos?! Would love to add my relive ones to my activities.

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  • Your team should look into open embed protocol as a stop gap until full video upload (which can be expensive). This allows a quick-and-dirty attachment of assets like videos (and photos) from 3rd party services to Strava without the need of hosting the actual files on your site. It was jointly developed about 10 years ago by Flickr and a defunct website (Pownce).

    This is how a lot of services (like WordPress blogs) import and embed things like YouTube videos from their site and is incredibly easy to navigate and understand. (Literally, all the person does is paste in the YouTube (or whatever) link and the protocol helps you get the snippet for embedding in the feed, ride, etc.).

    You can be selective in what you accept and import (say starting with popular stuff like YouTube, and going on from there). Users could be embedding high quality images from 500px or Flickr and then linking them so that the thumbnail is available within the Strava ride/rider profile stream the way you want it displayed.

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  • Adding my voice to this request, it would be great to upload short snips of video. Cheers

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  • All we need is just to be able to link to a YT video and play it in strava. This way strava is not using own server capacity etc just linking to YT. Later on then can add own video upload. Is this so difficult?

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  • As mountain biker i would love to see videos on strava about tracks i have never done to se how they are. Overlay of map position and data would be fntastic.

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