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I just found out a method that is much easier and works 100% of the time! In your browser go to your Watch Later playlist and click the menu (the three dots in the right top corner) and add to playlist. Create a new playlist and name it something easy (I named it WL for example). Now go to that playlist and go to the same menu and instead of adding it to ...


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If the playlist is public you can get atom feed of it with an http request like. https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=ID Where the ID is replaced with an actual ID like this. https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=PL1KYPbM0Swd0MJQ_oox0zTjYYCr57YDEy With that document you will have all the information about the feed and ...


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You actually don't need to download it. You can use a free service called Amara (formerly called Universal Subtitles) to "caption in the cloud," so to speak. Once you've completed typing the captions and syncing them to the video (again, in the cloud with their browser based interface) it will generate an embed code from Amara that you can put in the HTML ...


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When going into Theater Mode on YouTube, the video player will enlarge only if your viewport is tall enough. The viewport is the area in your browser where the webpage is displayed, so it does not include your address bar, title bar, etc. I had the same problem as you—Theater Mode would simply move the video to the center but would not enlarge it. I ...


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An additional rating of F means the clip contains flashing lights which could be problematic for people with seizure disorders. From Google Support: Flashing lights (F): None: No flashing light or other strobing content that could affect those with photosensitive epilepsy. Flashing or strobing light: Contains flashing light or other strobing ...



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