The success of the new feature will make the whole video experience on Youtube all the more interesting for its viewers who have been keenly waiting for its launch. This means a lot more production work for film-makers.  

Reportedly, the feature is currently available for desktop users in United States but it will soon be tested in the other parts of the world as well. The company recently uploaded a live performance of Madilyn Bailey, an indie artist and allowed users to experience the new feature.

Users trying out  the new feature will see a few thumbnails appearing on the right side of the video and they viewers can select whichever angle they like. Once the preferable thumbnail is selected, the video starts playing from the particular angle and the thumbnails disappear. Reportedly, the feature will not affect the video quality. The video will not be available in Full HD though and it can support 720p only for now.

During an interaction with the media, YouTube spokesperson Matt McLernon pointed out that the company wishes to give artists the chance to connect with the viewers in different ways and that the new feature will allow the fans to create the perfect experience for themselves.