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The following trademarked PEGI descriptors (as Peter mentions) are shown below and used for videogaming. These are Europe wide classifications but in the UK replaced the BBFC ratings when the PEGI system was given a government approval. Note that here PEGI have used the term descriptors as opposed to warnings or anything that is attempting to be positive or ...
Reddit uses a tag labeled "NSFW" (not safe for work). The thumbnail is also blocked, like this:
Here are the icons that the Dutch 'Kijkwijzer' (viewer guide) uses: (There's also PEGI, an equivalent for computer games) These are pretty clean indicators of what the content contains without any judgmental indicators like danger colors or exclamation points. I don't think you're allowed to use these icons, but you can take some inspiration from them. ...
Where the user doesn't feel it's too small? This is subjective and would vary by person, age-group, and screen real estate percentage. My assessment is that no one likes to see small video - unless it was in bad quality and watching it in large (or full screen) size would make the video visually punishing. ... OR you were watching a video and working ...
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