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Generally, if you want to have a link from a video that was automatically backed up, you have to share it first on Google+. That'll give you a link you can use. If you want to upload the video to YouTube, you can either upload it directly to YouTube (by having a local copy), or you can import the video directly to YouTube according to the tutorial here.
You can have it open in the same page by unchecking the box labeled "Open this link in a new window: https://sites.google.com/site/siteshelphowtos/google-sites-instructions/images/imagesaslinks
You can link a specific folder in your drive by right clicking it, hitting share and then hitting "get shareable link" . This will allow users with the link to see all the items in the folder in a nice drive style view
This is a little late, but Pastelink.net should do what you're looking for.
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