Miyamoto And Bill Trinen Discuss Nintendo’s 2015 Lineup With Rosanna Pansino

Popular YouTuber Rosanna Pansino recently had the opportunity to talk with the legendary Shigeru Miyamoto and Bill Trinen about the upcoming Nintendo games for 2015. Be sure to watch the video to see footage of the gorgeous Yoshi’s Woolly World, Mario Party 10, Mario Maker, and plenty more. Enjoy.

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YouTube Now Supports 60FPS

Most of the video game trailers we watch nowadays have been uploaded through YouTube so it’s great to finally hear that 60fps videos are now supported. That means that a number of Wii U games such as Mario Kart 8 and Super Mario 3D World will look as smooth as butter on YouTube. To be able to watch the videos in 60fps you will need to use Google Chrome and set the videos to HD.

New Nintendo 3DS Allows You To View Videos In 3D On YouTube

There’s plenty of interesting things about the New Nintendo 3DS but one of the smaller features is the ability to view YouTube videos in 3D with glasses. You can also view them on YouTube 3D without the need for 3D glasses. Pretty neat.

Nintendo Of America Provides Update On YouTube Affiliate Programme

Nintendo of America has been in contact to provide us with an update regarding Nintendo’s YouTube affiliate programme. The Kyoto based company said today that they will split advert revenue proceeds with video creators. Nintendo of America says that more information will be coming soon for YouTube creators.

“Nintendo has been permitting the use of Nintendo copyrighted material in videos on YouTube under appropriate circumstances.  Advertisements may accompany those videos, and in keeping with previous policy that revenue is shared between YouTube and Nintendo.  In addition, for those who wish to use the material more proactively, we are preparing an affiliate program in which a portion of the advertising profit is given to the creator. Details about this affiliate program will be announced in the future.”

Nintendo Will Launch YouTube Affiliate Programme To Share Ad Revenue With Video Creators

Nintendo is set to launch a new affiliate programme supporting YouTube creators. In a tweet published by the official Nintendo of Japan Twitter account, the gaming giant intends to split advert revenue proceeds with video creators. While there are no clear details on when this will take place, Nintendo is hoping to build bridges between video creators, rather than remove content or monetize solely on videos which contain their IP.

Back in May 2013, Nintendo began claiming ad revenue on specific Nintendo-related YouTube content. Due to the content ID claims issued on a number of videos featuring Nintendo-owned IP, YouTube creators were unable to monetize on their videos. The company previously issued a statement saying it was never their intention to block video creators’ content, but would be monetizing on videos if they featured content of a certain length.

It’s unknown whether this move is related to Nintendo stepping in a new direction with Mario Kart TV for Mario Kart 8, but more details are due to follow in the near future. Is this a smart move by Nintendo? Let us know in the comment section below.

“Nintendo has been permitting the use of Nintendo copyrighted material in videos on YouTube under appropriate circumstances.  Advertisements may accompany those videos, and in keeping with previous policy that revenue is shared between YouTube and Nintendo.  In addition, for those who wish to use the material more proactively, we are preparing an affiliate program in which a portion of the advertising profit is given to the creator. Details about this affiliate program will be announced in the future.”