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Follow YouTube's guidelines for appealing a strike as mentioned in this link Appeal a strike Visit your Channel Settings Click the arrow next to the Community Guidelines section to show your strikes Click Appeal this decision link as shown below


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Maybe they though it's wrong for a desktop that uses a fast mobile Internet connection (with limited monthly quota) to select 1080p quality by default. That way, watching a few videos would make your Internet connection reach the quoata limit very fast or even drive to extra costs. Other reason may be computer's hardware performance that may not be able to ...


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You can also access it via the API, just point your browser to the following URL (after replacing TheChannel by your channel name), and read the value for totalItems: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/TheChannel/uploads?v=2&alt=jsonc&max-results=0 Source: Illiou on reddit.


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You could use the following links to retrieve XML details from the YouTube API. Only 50 results can be returned per-query, so you may need to do several requests. Just replace CHANNELID with your YouTube Channel ID. http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/CHANNELID/favorites?start-index=1&max-results=50 ...


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Lock Safe search then disable Safety Mode. You will find that Safety Mode can be disabled while Safe search is locked and it won't be disabled.


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Here is an extension that forces Flash on YouTube (tested on 02/05/2015). Also, to remove the annoying fullscreen message type in the address bar: chrome://plugins/, find: "Adobe Flash Player" and check the box next to Always allowed.


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Did the video lose content on the sides it got cropped? If you lose details and want to keep the resolution width, I would recommend adding black bars at the top and bottom of the video. But also would be good if you scale your video to 1920 x 1080. That means that you have to add black bars at the top and bottom by: 1080-36/2=522. So in other words, 522 px ...



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