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The closest thing I could think of is to use Filters in YouTube, but the options you get there are pretty limited. (Searching by exact date range is not possible.) One other option is to use Google Video Search, with custom filters as below. Also make sure to include site:youtube.com which will list results only from youtube.com. The only option that you ...


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I don't think YouTube gives you limitless criteria so you can try following this: http://www.ampercent.com/youtube-video-search-tips-google-search-operators/8298/ Or try the Filters bar:


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It is YouTube's rating system (even though justification for its existence is suspect given how difficult I found it to prove that!) First the colour: If your business is a content partner with YouTube -- meaning that you have uploaded at least one video that YouTube has approved for monetization -- then you can rate your videos according to a color ...


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From Urban Dictionary's definition for "Yellow L": A catchy and incredibly swaggerish to say lol [...] Hence, it may be a tag indicating that the video is supposed to be funny.


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It is happening because it is loading ads based on your history and locations, from the nearest CDN. Install an adblocker to solve the problem.


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For lack of a better tool, I use the first letters of the playlist, for example 'Football-Trainings', 'Football-Great skills', and so on.


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Linking your YouTube channel to a Google+ page is simple, you can link your channel with your Google page on the advanced settings page in YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/account_advanced). If this does not work out for you, you can contact Google about your issue https://support.google.com/youtube/contact/ytgplus. I hope this will answer your question!


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If you're using Firefox, this add on is the Occam's Razor of solutions. YouTube High Definition


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I've set it up to work almost like that. Since Google shut down the YouTube subscription RSS feed it's a bit more work. What I do is first grab the RSS feed for a channel I want to subscribe to. The URL for a YouTube channel RSS feed is: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/USER_NAME/uploads Then I create a new IFTTT recipe and add a feed with the ...


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If have found that IFTTT recipies like this one, does have some limitations to the autosharing of youtube videoes. I ran into the problem of autosharing scheduled videos. IFTTT support confirmed this for me when I contacted them. If you want your video to be published at the same time it is uploaded, there's no problem in using IFTTT, but if you (like me) ...


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IFTTT can't handle sheduled published videoes. Their support clarified this for me when I contacted them. The free service Zapier, on the other hand, can solve this problem for you. I modified this zap a little: http://zpr.io/GTQz and it works like a charm. Now I have Zapier zap a link from YouTube to my Facebook every time a shedueled video goes live. I ...


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Youtube does consider your IP when viewing videos, but I am unsure about the upload part. I guess the IP appears somewhere in the logs, not sure what it would be used for besides uploading though, but I am convinced they won't just hand it out without extremely good reason. However, depending on your ISP's connectivity, I do not think there are any ...


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Analytics > Audience Retention is very helpful


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You can also use www.pausehouse.com. It's a really cool website, that lets you change the slow motion speed of YouTube videos, repeat selection, and even flip the image. Thus you can learn moves from YouTube videos with ease.


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Try this: In Video Manager, open your video. Click the "Analytics" button. Click on the small "Performance" chart. Set "Compare Metric" to "Average percentage viewed". Maybe change the date range to, say, "This Quarter". The chart will show the average percentage viewed for each day, and above the chart, the overall average percentage viewed. This is ...


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The first video is private. Not being published, and having non-standard licensing settings will prevent you adding music.


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%3Frel%3D0 is just the URL encoded version of ?rel=0 You can check it here. And can read more about URL encoding here. Why this happens only sometimes and not some other times, I don’t know, but is exactly the same thing. And I think the fmt parameter is deprecated, which means most likely it will not work.



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