Version: 3.1.0
Required minimum memory: 256MB
Last updated 29 Mar 2021

Recent Changes

  • Update Peertube to 3.1.0

  • Full changelog

  • Fair transcoding jobs priority: give an higher priority to optimize jobs and decrease priority of transcoding jobs depending on the amount of videos uploaded by the user during the last 7 days #3637

  • Allow admins to choose the transcoding jobs concurrency

  • Support Albanian locale

  • Async torrent creation on video upload. We hope that it should fix some weird upload errors

  • Add .m4a audio upload support

  • Stricter youtube-dl format selectors for import (don't import HDR videos and cap to the max supported resolution) #3516

  • Don't publish imported videos before the user submitted the second step form

  • Implement hot and best trending algorithms #3625 & #3681

  • Support webp avatar upload

  • Allow user to search through their watch history #3576

  • Allow AP resolution for default account/channel pages (/accounts/:name/video-channels and /video-channels/:name/videos)

This app packages PeerTube 3.1.0


PeerTube is a free, decentralized and federated video platform developed as an alternative to other platforms that centralize our data and attention, such as YouTube, Dailymotion or Vimeo.

But one organization hosting PeerTube alone may not have enough money to pay for bandwidth and video storage of its servers, all servers of PeerTube are interoperable as a federated network, and non-PeerTube servers can be part of the larger Vidiverse (federated video network) by talking our implementation of ActivityPub. Video load is reduced thanks to P2P in the web browser using WebTorrent or p2p-media-loader.


  • Video streaming - Just upload your videos, and be sure they will stream anywhere. Add a description, some tags and your video will be discoverable by the entire video fediverse, not just your instance. You can even embed a player on your favorite website!

  • Keep in touch with video creators - Follow your favorite channels from PeerTube or really any other place. No need to have an account on the instance you watched a video to follow its author, you can do all of that from the Fediverse (Mastodon, Pleroma, and plenty others), or just with good ol' RSS.

  • An interface to call home - Be it as a user or an instance administrator, you can decide what your experience will be like. Don't like the colors? They are easy to change. Don't want to list videos of an instance but let your users subscribe to them? Don't like the regular web client? All of that can be changed, and much more. No UX dark pattern, no mining your data, no video recommendation bullshitâ„¢.

  • Communities that help each other - In addition to visitors using WebTorrent to share the load among them, instances can help each other by caching one another's videos. This way even small instances have a way to show content to a wider audience, as they will be shouldered by friend instances (more about that in our redundancy guide). Content creators can get help from their viewers in the simplest way possible: a support button showing a message linking to their donation accounts or really anything else. No more pay-per-view and advertisements that hurt visitors and incentivize alter creativity (more about that in our FAQ).

Install PeerTube in a few minutes on your server with Cloudron. To install Cloudron first, follow our setup steps.