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When you upload a video to YouTube, it converts your video to allow to the user to choose the resolution. The original resolution will still be available. Example: If you upload a 1080p video, the user will have 144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p and 1080p to choose.


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Yes there's a way (Note that it did not work for me whit Internet Explorer) Use Google Chrome Go to your history and clic the button "Load more" until you reah what you are looking for. But as mentionned above you may not be able to view your very first video if it is too old.


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Perhaps this might help: http://userscripts-mirror.org/scripts/show/156278.html This script removes youtube users you choose from appearing in: -Recommended Channels tab -Recommended/related videos -Search results -My subscriptions/What to watch (if someone you are subscribed to likes/favorites a video from them)


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It's possible, but YouTube won't do it for you. You'll need to use a keyword RSS filter on your own computer. Through a simple Google search, I found: Reader Filter, an extension for Google Chrome (source). Several applications, such as: Yahoo! Pipes ZapTXTFeed SifterBlastfeedFilterMyRSS(source)-----------------Feed Rinse You can use those tools to ...


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You can now directly import Google+ videos into YouTube on the upload page.


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You might try this : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/video-resumer/ it also exits for chrome


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I have created a chrome extension which lets you drag and drop SRT file on any youtube video. You can check it out here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/subtitles-for-youtube/oanhbddbfkjaphdibnebkklpplclomal


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I have created a Chrome extension for the same purpose. You can check it out here: Google Chrome Webstore


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If you're using Gmail, you can create a filter so these messages don't hit your inbox. If you don't want any emails from YouTube, you can search for it and then click create filter. You can add additional criteria on the next page, confirming the results before creating the filter.


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I use "Turn Off the Lights" browser extension (Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, Maxthon and Yandex browser). In the option page you can choose self the quality of the YouTube video to 144p or even 4K (ultra HD) You can get download on this both website: http://www.turnoffthelights.com http://www.stefanvd.net


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You can play a YouTube video at twice its speed on Chrome because you're using an HTML5 <video> player. It's almost always automatic on Chrome because Chrome seems to support everything the player needs: HTMLVideoElement, H.264, WebM VP8, Media, Source Extensions, MSE & H.264, MSE & WebM VP9. FireFox, on the other hand, only supports ...


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This exact question was answered in a post by a user named "ytKeane" who is a Google employee: It means that your video isn't live yet. With the changes we made to the uploader this week, if you have a public video that's been uploaded, you need to "Publish" it before it goes live to your subscribers. Public videos that haven't been published are in ...


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YouTube analytics has estimates on how much of a video was viewed. Bear in mind that these are rough estimates.


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I just saw a "History" option on the left side of the YouTube page. You can see a list of the videos previously watched. Hope that helps!



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