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You can't without becoming a partner. The upload limit on YouTube videos has been increased from 10 minutes to 15 minutes. One of the reasons we can increase the video time limit is that we've made incremental improvements to our Content ID technology that helps content owners manage their videos on YouTube. We look forward to increasing the upload limit ...
Simply add #t=XmYs to the end of the URL where X is the number of minutes and Y is the number of seconds. i.e. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxxxxxxxxxxx#t=2m0s for your example.
Don't. As Margaret Gould Stewart says during her talk: Think carefully about the policy you attach to that content. By simply blocking it, you miss out on new art forms, new audiences, new distribution channels and new revenue streams. They don't want the publicity you would have brought to your 130,000 readers for free, so I don't see why you should ...
TED videos can be downloaded directly from their website: You can also get it through their RSS feed if you want.
Sure! You can use the HTML5 version of YouTube. All you need is a web browser that supports both the video tag in HTML5 and either the h.264 video codec or the WebM format (with VP8 codec). These include: Firefox (WebM enabled version available here) Google Chrome (h.264 supported now, WebM enabled version available via Early Release Channel) Opera (WebM ...
YouTube have a process for overriding the content matching system in cases like this. You can dispute the Content ID match (I presume there is an option to claim fair use), and then the copyright owner has to manually review the match and decide if they still want the video taken down. If they do want it taken down then you can take it a step further and ...
Put it on your own server. One minute isn't much. Or use s3.
You can now right-click inside the video player to copy the URL with the current timestamp.
What you are wanting to do is not possible. Quote from YouTube Help (Replace old video with a new one): There is currently no way to replace an old video with a new one and retain the original view count, comments or ratings. You'll have to start over with your newer video.
A service like FetchMP3 creates an MP3 version of the audio in the YouTube video. Other services which can do this include Listen To YouTube and Save YouTube
Vimeo is a good choice
Four points that make HTML5 not so hot for YouTube: Cannot point to a particular point in a video with the #t=21m0s portions Cannot watch content protected videos Full Screen Support (currently does full browser screen) Recording directly to YouTube with a webcam On Firefox and Opera, only videos with WebM transcodes will play in HTML5 (found this one on ...
I did the following for Google Chrome which does the job: Settings → Advanced → Content settings... → Plug-ins → Manage exceptions... Then create a new exception as [*.]cnn.com and make the behavior "Ask" This will make it such that when you open a CNN article, you have to click the video to run Flash player, which effectively keeps it from ...
Under OS X (and probably on Linux too) the HTML5 video playback uses far less CPU than the Flash video player. This might change when hardware acceleration is released in the OS X Flash Player (currently available as a beta http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/gala/)
Full Disclosure: I am the lead developer on the site I'm mentioning... If you can get the URL to the .FLV file (just google 'how to get FLV URL youtube'), Upload by Transfer is what we call it. That feature gets released next week on our platform (see blog post for details). You provide the URL to the FLV, and the cloud service pulls it off and transcodes ...
If you use a HTML5 compatible browser, you can play videos at 1/2 or 1/4 playback speed using the YouTube HTML5 player. You can visit http://www.youtube.com/html5 to join the beta or add &html5=1 to any video.
Video2mp3 Caches previously downloaded videos, making it the fastest by far. It is even easier to use with the Firefox addon and preserves file names, MP3 only. There are some ads, but you don't even need to look at the page as the audio download starts automatically. Disadvantages: won’t work with some videos on Vevo, lots of ads. abcyoutube (seems to be ...
I use Dropbox which gives you 2Gb free. You can get up to 8Gb free space by introducing friends. They also offer a paid service: 50 Gb $9.99 / month or $99.00 / year 100 Gb $19.99 / month or $199.00 / year You can share folders out and anything put in the dropbox folders gets synced automatically. There are Mobile Apps for iPhone, Android, Blackberry ...
It should't be possible and I hope it's not. The reason is simple: Let's say you are uploading one really interesting video that goes viral with few millions views and then you are changing it to something completely boring. Wouldn't it be a little bit confusing for the new viewers on why exactly this video got so many views? I think you can make few tweaks ...
Try http://navarr.me/ytaudio/ You usually need to check the "Allow YouTube to collect cookies" option for it to work. I've been using it with my slow DSL service and for things you want to hear and don't care about video, it works great.
Yes it is removed from the blog post as well. These videos are embedded in your blog so there is a direct link to anything that happens on the hosting site. The video will appear to still be viewable on your site, but the moment you click play you should see otherwise. To keep it on your site, you will need to host the video yourself.
Utilizing HTML5 will allow you, ideally, to avoid the ever growing list of security issues with Flash. Which, in itself, is value enough.
Poor YouTube performance may be due to the following issues: Poor internet connectivity (500Kb/s is recommended). Server load on YouTube, which can be caused by too many simultaneous viewers. Issues with your browser cache. Issue # 1 can be addressed by signing up with an ISP which provides faster internet connectivity. Issue # 3 can be addressed by ...
The first thing to do is ask yourself: Which stations do I actually need? Because NO ONE watches all the stuff that their cable gives them - that's a large number of channels, many of which appeal to a niche audience, and you are unlikely to actually need (or want) them all. Once you have a list of things you want to watch, figure out how many are on that ...
YouTube itself has an editor that can be used with uploaded videos to: Trim clips Combine videos Add music Insert transitions Rotate clips
As for the first part of your question, that can be accomplished by adding the URL parameter rel=0 to the YouTube URL embedded in your player HTML code. Like so: <embed width="560" height="349" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.youtube.com/v/VvosvdWfmas?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0" allowFullScreen="true" ...
Now that Google seems to be leaning towards "Google Photos" or whatever they're going to call it, you can download your Picasa Web videos. Here's how: Go to the Google+ version of your site ( http://www.google.com/+ ). On the left hand side, click on the "Photos" icon. Find and click on the album with the video you want to download. Find and click on ...
As far as Facebook, the web site, goes -- you can't. They don't provide any way to download the videos via the Facebook website that I know of. One alternative is to use browser extensions that allow you to download videos from, in fact, any web page: Download Helper (Firefox) DownloadHelper is a tool for web content extraction. Its purpose is to ...
There is a userscript, YouTube Auto Buffer & Auto HD, for the Firefox/Iceweasel extension Greasemonkey that (among other things) allows you to override YouTube's default quality setting.
This question haunted me as well, and all the available options either didn't work or didn't fit... So I made my own: YouCast It's free and open sourced. It works for both channels and playlists. Supports all video qualities. Sorts by popularity. Current download count is 1354.
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