Metacafe is a video-sharing website popular for short-film clips and videos for categories of movies, video games, sports, music, and TV. In 2012, Metacafe was ceased to exist by getting acquired by the Collective Digital Services. In earlier years, Metacafe was as popular as Dailymotion, YouTube nowadays.
Currently, Metacafe has a 90-second limit on it videos, which makes it more appealing as the community-based substitute. However, it may not have as many views as YouTube, but it is a streamer’s delight to get a “no-nonsense” experience on the platform.
Depending on the region you are based in, you might see some garbage content over YouTube, but this doesn’t happen on the Metacafe as the videos are shortened to 90-sec clips and attract more than 10 million unique viewers every month. However, this limitation also means that you won’t find comprehensive and detailed videos on the website.
You will also find images based on multiple categories which are also divided into several segments on the website such as “Editor’s Pick,” “Recommended Channels,” “latest,” “Most Popular” and more. Also, using Metacafe is entirely free, and you need to sign up/login for commenting, sharing and more.