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Readers' Choice: Top 10 video websites

Your favourite video sites revealed

With the wealth of good-quality, free video content available on the web, the only difficulty is deciding what to watch and where. PC Advisor readers recommend the finest online clip joints for music videos, TV episodes, films, humour, gaming, nature and more.

BBC iPlayer

Recommended by: Thomas Jenkins

You can easily watch the BBC shows you missed or simply want to enjoy again, thanks to this massively popular and well-designed service.

With a huge array of recent TV and radio programming available for free streaming, plus the option to set parental controls, this remains the original and best TV catchup service on the web.

BBC iPlayer

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Xfire Video

Recommended by: wolfie3000

The gaming site Xfire hosts videos in which gamers show off their most accomplished, fortuitous and photogenic virtual moments.

"You don’t just get to see what future games are going to be released," writes wolfie3000. "More importantly, you get to see how titles actually play from the gamer's viewpoint, rather than a promotional video made by the creators. Plus you get to see some awesome playing skills in action."

You can also rate clips as Cool or Lame – you’d expect nothing less in the Web 2.0 era.

Xfire Video

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