For example, http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users//uploads/ gives all the uploads, I am looking to narrow that down by videos that have the keyword 'cats' associated with it... Is that possible?
In the past I've subscribed using RSS to a lot of favorite YouTube channels. For example, channels following this format all have RSS feed information attached to them: ...
How do I subscribe to a YouTube user’s feed (not playlists, likes, or comments) without a Google account? E.g.: https://www.youtube.com/user/$USERNAME/feed I wish to have it in my normal feed ...
The default "Subscriptions" feed on the YouTube homepage shows all of the activity of the people that I am subscribed to on YouTube or have in circles on Google+. However, I'm most interested in new ...
Possible Duplicate: YouTube feed for a show? I want to get rss for Gamespot Reviews. But when I try to add the links to rss, youtube pointed to ...
i think the question is clear. i want to publish the title of last uploaded videos of my favorite channels on my blog. is there any feature on youtube for that ?
The official RSS feed seems to only support 'favorites' which is a specific playlist, unlike 'likes' (http://www.youtube.com/my_liked_videos) which is where a video is collected once you click the ...
For our new project we are playing around with a recommendation system that only uses the date when an object was created and how many people appreciated it. This can be of the form: youtube video, ...
I used to use the RSS feed to obtain videos from a user. I then used the "description" part of the feed, which contained a nicely HTML-formatted summary of a video. It shows a thumbnail with a link, ...
I know how to get a feed of the videos a user uploaded: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/KeepWatchingTheSkies/uploads?alt=rss&v=2&orderby=published&client=ytapi-youtube-profile ...
So I have a few subscriptions on my YouTube account and I would like to put an RSS feed that has all these subscriptions accumulated into my Google Reader account. Is it possible? I've been looking ...
Videos are available in several different formats on YouTube, and RSS feeds are provided for channels. Is there a feed that will allow me to subscribe in iTunes?