Microsoft did unveil a much-needed makeover to its Bing video search feature that comes not only with a restyling but a more efficient search engine in spite of the competition. It comes with the following features:-
Bigger images: Increased size of the video thumbnail in the search results, giving an expanded view of the video and making it easier to find the video you want to watch.
More information before you watch: Additional information has been added to the video search page like channel, upload date, and view count.
Song unique search: When you search for a song, it displays an enlarged thumbnail image. The song video is chosen based on the top result and relevance to your search. The video will play in place or you can click through to the source of the video to watch it there.
Related searches are easier to explore: All of the related searches have been moved inline with your original search, so as you scroll through the page you’ll have some ideas of what to search for next to help refine your search results. When you hit the bottom of the page, you’ll get even more suggestions and the option to see more video search results. These updates improve touch-friendliness and scale better to tablets and other smaller screens.
Bing pulls in results from around the web, not just YouTube. Google, too, of course, has its own general video search tool on google.com that pulls in results from multiple sources.