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User-created movie sharing debuted in Mainichi Issho

Sony adds YouTube upload support to SDK

Sony Computer Entertainment has added support for the YouTube API to the PS3 SDK.

According to Japanese website ITmedia, the experiment is being supported globally and is designed to let developers easily integrate YouTube uploading into games made for the system, helping developers onto Sony’s user-generated content bandwagon.

The functionality, which is being debuted in the free Mainichi Issho daily news and entertainment service, will allow uploads of user-created movies to YouTube directly within the game – making the PS3 the first games console to have official support for YouTube, according to Sony.

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