A video on the popular social networking site YouTube can zoom out by up to 30% and you may not even know it’s happening.
The phenomenon was first noticed by the tech news site TechCrunch on Tuesday, and TechCrunch has since shared several videos that have also been flagged as zooming out.
The issue is most likely a bug in Google’s YouTube Analytics service, which is used to track user activity.
However, it is worth noting that Google is still investigating and has told TechCrunch that “there is no evidence to suggest that this issue is affecting Google Analytics.”
The bug is not limited to YouTube.
Other video sites have reported the same issue.
In addition, some users on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have reported that they are seeing the same bug on their videos.
The problem affects videos uploaded to sites like Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and Vevo.
Users are reporting a similar issue with their own videos as well, but this has not been reported as a problem on YouTube.
We have contacted YouTube for comment.