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URL hacking for the rescue! You can append &list=UL to the end of a video URL from that user. So, if you have: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zucBfXpCA6s it should become: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zucBfXpCA6s&list=UL ^ right here You could also add something like this to your bookmark and ...


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Yup, you can! Shift+N is next video in playlist and Shift+P is the previous one!


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Navigate to the URL of the playlist you want to copy. Click on the menu button on the right (3 vertical dots). Select "Add all to..." Either add the videos to an existing playlist or create a new one. Done! {See Attached Screenshot} In order to see with the "Add all to..." button you need to append the following to the playlist URL: &disable_polymer=...


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You could also use this site here: http://youtube.nestharion.de It creates a playlist with all the videos from a user and plays them continually.


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Much easier way now: Go to the user's Youtube home page (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/user/xyz/ ). Hover over the "Uploads" section. You will see a "Play all" button appear next to "Uploads". Click on "Play all" and it will generate a playlist with all the user's uploaded videos from newest to oldest. (I just wish there was an easy option to sort from ...


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As far as I am aware, there's no built in way to do this on Youtube. You could of course use the Youtube API to easily get all of your playlists in xml using the following: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/[YOUR_USER_NAME]/playlists?v=2 Example: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/oisinorion/playlists?v=2 That xml file will have the ...


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How about we make this more easy.. Go to: http://www.williamsportwebdeveloper.com/FavBackUp.aspx Put in the playlist-url you want to create in excel-format, that's all :) Here's a preview how it looks like. Have exported my short-film playlist which is located sorry not enough credits to post 2 links The creator: 'All my web application does is use the ...


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That's because v2 API was deprecated at that time. To get the updated feed url use this: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=YOURPLAYLISTIDHERE


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Go to bookmarks manager and select all the YouTube links and copy and paste them in a text file, say you.list, and RUN following on your terminal (assuming you use a linux system): grep -o 'v=.*' you.list | cut -f2 -d"="| tr '\n' ',' You'll get comma separated list video ids something like: J6PBD-wNEDs,afwPe_OqPX0,OGcG4jSKOVA,hegL0V4ckco,LajAWn51HmE. Copy ...


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Go to the Liked playlist, open a console in the browser and write this: var items = $('body').getElementsByClassName("pl-video-edit-remove-liked-video"); for(var i = 0; i < items.length; i++){ items[i].click(); } After this just hit the refresh button.


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I'd make 2 changes to @eisb's suggestion: That is an invalid playlist Id, so try "8DCB3F2E1AF98B48" (Cronoslogic's 'Hubble Space Telescope' series), but more importantly Use 'base' rather than 'api' in the URL, e.g http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/playlists/8DCB3F2E1AF98B48 In the documentation, it says "Similarly, if you prefer to use the base ...


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In light of deprecation of v2, the current answer is no longer works. v3 is the new version. The documentation link - https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/docs/playlistItems/list This limits to only 50 results. Fill in the following API KEY with yyyy (Link to get Credentials) pageToken NNNNN - from 2nd page on playListID - PLXxxx Example link - ...


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For subscribing to a playlist through a feed reader (not within your YouTube account) the answer builds on the answer to a similar question here, but with YouTube's recent layout revamp, an slight update to that answer is necessary. Go to the user's page and click on their Videos tab and then the Playlists link on the left side to see the list of their ...


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Short answer For the example in the question, on Google, try something like the following: site:youtube.com inurl:(QuqCMHe4kxQ list) or inurl:list QuqCMHe4kxQ (Thanks to Annan) Explanation site: and inurl: are Google Search advanced operators. site: limits results to the specified site, in this case youtube.com inurl: limit results to URL having the ...


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Little trick I found is to get a user's unique code/string from their profile page's source. Here's how to do it: Go to their user page and right-click -> "view page source". Search for "vnd" and copy the code that you find (It should start with "UC"). Open one of the user's videos. In the URL address, add the following to the end: "&list=" then ...


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This is not the most elegant way to accomplish what you ask, but here's a manual method that I just used to do it. Because I'm using Powershell for part of this, I'm assuming you're on a Windows machine. Steps: Go to Google Takeout On the Download Your Data page, deselect everything except for Youtube Expand Youtube and select "Select specific data" under ...


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There isn't any documented number anywhere other than the 200 listed in the API. However, by just experimentation the limit is higher than that. I made a YouTube playlist with 500+ videos and no limit notifications. In addition, a quick search brought up this playlist which seems to be constantly testing the limits of YouTube https://www.youtube.com/...


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The limit is 5,000. Once you hit this limit using the API you receive the following response: { "error": { "errors": [ { "domain": "youtube.playlistItem", "reason": "playlistContainsMaximumNumberOfVideos", "message": "Playlist contains maximum number of items." } ], "code": 403, "message": "Playlist contains maximum number of ...


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YouTube's new interface named "Polymer" disables the playlist duplicating/editing functionality of another channel's playlist. A workaround (for the time being) is to temporarily disable the new interface. To do so, navigate to the desired playlist's page (as shown in the OP's screenshot) and add either "?disable_polymer=1" or "&disable_polymer=1" onto ...


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New Feature Now you can directly save a youtube Mix as a playlist using the new button beside the Mix title: Old solution - not working anymore I was also searching for an answer to this question, but I couldn't figure out how to save it to my playlists and ended up just copying the link and storing it as a comment to my own YouTube Profile. The important ...


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A pretty fast work around for this in almost as many steps as using the non free 3rd party website, with only a few more clicks than number of videos in the playlist would be: Empty your watch later list On the playlist page, starting with the last video on the bottom of the playlist so they will be in order, add all the videos to "watch later" (there is a ...


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You can use "YouTube Playlist Analyzer". It not only shows you the total duration, but also displays a lot of other information about videos of a playlist/channel, graphically in different views. Note: It may take longer time, if there are too many videos in a playlist. Example: a screenshot with red marker on the "Total Duration"


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Takeout allows to download an archive of your Google's data. Select YouTube Precise playlists Choose the JSON format Click 'Next' Once your archive created, download and extract it. You can find a JSON file Takeout/YouTube/playlists/_J_aime_.json that lists all the names of the videos 'liked'. With a simple Python script : #!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: ...


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Youtube's API documentation has all the answers. Check the "Adding video to playlist" section. Here is a sample request for the same action - POST /feeds/api/playlists/PLAYLIST_ID HTTP/1.1 Host: gdata.youtube.com Content-Type: application/atom+xml Content-Length: CONTENT_LENGTH Authorization: Bearer ACCESS_TOKEN GData-Version: 2 X-GData-Key: key=...


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You need to click in the video to get focus first, but the below are keyboard shortcuts: Space is pause/play Shift-N is next track (or backspace) Shift-P is previous track F is fullcreen/resize


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You save it as a new playlist to the second account. Sign in with the account where you want to transfer the playlist; Go to the playlist that you want to transfer; From the playlist bar, click Options; Click Save as new playlist; Insert the (new) title of the playlist; Click Save. Now you have the playlist from the first account saved as a playlist of ...


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I've created a service called www.recovermy.video to fix this problem. See my answer on another question.


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You can do it with a new site we Developed https://www.tunemymusic.com/ You can choose export from Youtube a specific playlist, all your playlists and also all your liked videos. Then you can export it for free text file. In addition to text file, we are now working on adding options to export to csv and m3u files


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I figured it out. There are two icons/buttons above the playlist videos to the right of the currently playing video. They look like they are for "Repeat" and "Shuffle" but the one that looks like "Repeat" is actually "Autoplay" and disabling that seems to do the trick... for now.


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Yes. As of the time of posting this answer, it's possible to add the entire contents of a playlist to the Watch Later playlist in the same way that you would any other playlist, although it's only possible on the desktop web interface, not mobile web or the standard YouTube app. I'm unsure if a YouTube Red subscription adds this functionality or not. For ...


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