If you have a mobile phone that supports “rtsp” and 3GP you can now see mobile videos. Unfortunately, I don’t have a phone that supports those protocols but I could bring up the pages which launch the videos on my TMobile SideKick 3, I just could not play the videos.
According to Google Operating System blog –
YouTube launched a mobile interface available at m.youtube.com. To use it, you need a mobile phone that plays streaming videos (RTSP/3GP with H263/AMR) and an unlimited data plan because “YouTube Mobile is a data intensive application”. Most 3G phones support 3GP, but you can also play these files on your computer if you have a player like MPlayer, VLC, RealPlayer or Quicktime.
Only a small part of YouTube’s videos are available in the mobile version and that includes short videos that were recently uploaded or popular. There are also three special categories: people, entertainment and “grab bag” and a search box that lets you find videos.
So..I have two wishes out of this, one, my next mobile device should hook up with YouTube Mobile and play online videos and two, I want to see the online videos streamed of my Paris Trip via YouTube Mobile.