YouTube said it is dabbling with letting people download videos to computers as an alternative to watching clips streamed over the internet, AFP reports. Video owners would be able to offer downloads for free or for small fees paid through a Google Checkout service, according to YouTube product manager Thai Tran. "Many video creators on YouTube want their work to be seen far and wide," Tran wrote in a YouTube blog post. "They don't mind sharing their work, provided that they get the proper credit." Video copyright owners would be able to provide Creative Commons permits that license YouTube members...

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