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It still exists but apparently not for all playlists. Only one didn't have it from what I could find. A proof Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09R8_2nJtjg&list=RD09R8_2nJtjg


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Press ? for a list of keyboard shortcuts (may only be on html5)


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If you are using HTML5 player and playlist then the above answer with a userscript doesn't not work. I would recommend a script like this document.getElementsByClassName('html5-video-container')[0].style.visibility='hidden'; Hides the video, but leaves the video player field, it stills loads the video in the background, but it doesn't display it.


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Try this: Go to https://plus.google.com/settings and under "Photo & Video" tick the "Show Drive photos and videos in your photo library" option. Check your video is there in Google+ library. If it is then continue to the next step. Go to https://www.youtube.com/upload and on the right hand side, you should see a option to import videos from google ...


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Best way to do this: Logout of every Google service you have Log into YouTube with the desired service Log into Gmail with the new service. I use it this way as my Gmail service (custom domain setup) doesn't allow me to use YouTube.


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I think I finally found a way to do this. First go to https://www.youtube.com/account_advanced and click on the "Change or add password" option. This will redirect you to the channel's Google+ settings page. With this, you can add an account password specifically for your G+ Page / YouTube channel account, which will be assigned a login name looking like ...


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It is most likely an issue specific to your graphics card. Please file a bug at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Core then choose the video/audio component. Paste in the information from about:support and the right people will get notified and will jump onto it immediately.


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Right-click the video when it is playing or not and the context menu that pops up will tell you if you are using Adobe Flash Player or the YouTube HTML5 Video Player. This is the right-click menu for the two cases: In Firefox 36: Google Chrome 41.0: You can find out if you are using YouTube HTML5 Video Player as the default player for playing ...


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YouTube may be throttling its own videos. I can load all their front page material just fine. If I try to load a less viewed video and run it concurrently with a number of front page videos, the front page videos will stream perfectly and the unpopular barely viewed video will stutter and stop while continuing to buffer.


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As long as the school is not throttling all traffic you could use a VPN or proxy as your traffic would appear to be going to your VPN's IP rather than YouTube's.


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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.


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YouTube started an autoplay experiment last year. Here's YouTube's guide on how to turn off autoplay. You can turn off autoplay in your browser so that it is disabled for all videos, as long as they are not in a playlist. Here’s how to turn off autoplay: Click the gear icon in the corner of the video player Select OFF next to the Autoplay ...



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