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Much easier way now: Go to the user's Youtube home page (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/user/xyz/ ). Hover over the "Uploads" section. You will see a "Play all" button appear next to "Uploads". Click on "Play all" and it will generate a playlist with all the user's uploaded videos from newest to oldest. (I just wish there was an easy option to sort from ...


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In the Youtube footer there is a link called "Send feedback". Use that link to send your greetings, complaints, feature requests and anything else directly to the Youtube team.


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Only some channels allow users to contribute subtitles. From Contribute subtitles and closed captions - Youtube Help Some channels let you contribute subtitles and closed captions to their videos. You can submit content for an entire video or just add what you know — every little bit helps make videos more accessible to a larger audience. If ...


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An overlay subtitle player is a more general solution in case you are watching videos not only on Youtube. I developed Penguin Subtitle Player which is an open-source, cross-platform standalone subtitle player. It supports all Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. It can always stay on top of flash player and HTML5 full screen so using it with online videos has no ...


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How about we make this more easy.. Go to: http://www.williamsportwebdeveloper.com/FavBackUp.aspx Put in the playlist-url you want to create in excel-format, that's all :) Here's a preview how it looks like. Have exported my short-film playlist which is located sorry not enough credits to post 2 links The creator: 'All my web application does is use the ...


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This is not the most elegant way to accomplish what you ask, but here's a manual method that I just used to do it. Because I'm using Powershell for part of this, I'm assuming you're on a Windows machine. Steps: Go to Google Takeout On the Download Your Data page, deselect everything except for Youtube Expand Youtube and select "Select specific data" ...


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You need to click in the video to get focus first, but the below are keyboard shortcuts: Space is pause/play Shift-N is next track (or backspace) Shift-P is previous track F is fullcreen/resize



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