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In the top right of YouTube, you will see your YouTube icon. Once you press it you should see this... And then you just press on location and change it to whatever location you want (United States if you want US).


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the answer I found is to install a tampermonkey userscript "Disable YouTube 60 FPS (Force 30 FPS)": - this works for me. hth!


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I recommend this Chrome extension called Improve YouTube! (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/improve-youtube-open-sour/bnomihfieiccainjcjblhegjgglakjdd). This extension allows you to change a lot of things, including appearance options. Step 1 Select the appearance option from the extension menu. Step 2 Select header from the appearance menu. Step ...


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From Youtube First type your keywords and click search. After getting the results of your search, you can then sort by clicking the filter options and selecting options related to dates, sort by "View count" for popularity. You can also use the before and after keywords to restrict the range of search. For example, to search from videos from ...


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I'm not exactly sure what the problem is, but it sounds like it might be a problem with YouTube. If it is then you can get something like CCleaner which clears all the cache and things that need to be cleared and that can help a lot of the times. If you put code in the HTML that might be affecting it, or maybe the country region is making it like that. There'...


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Kinda - you can press Tab until you end up in the video description, and from there you can navigate the timestamps. But there isn't yet one in the player itself to my knowledge.


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There are a lot of people on YouTube, so it's possible that when you had the class and it got 100 views from your students that YouTube made the video recommended to some people. Even though there are subjects that seem saturated there are people always looking for videos. It might also be from one of your students sharing the video, or crawlers from YouTube ...


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There is now also the chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hotkeys-for-youtube-music/ggjkoecdjegahefiaibfnjgkebhijgpf Be sure to reload the URL, or close and reopen the App (if you used "Install as App") for it


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Some bigger channels won't allow it, but if they do you can add your own subtitles in whatever language you want here's how... First, go to the bottom right of the video and click on the settings Then press Subtitles/CC where you should see this screen Once you are there press on the Add Subtitles/CC and you should get to a new tab where you see this It ...


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You can just hover over the video and an icon like this... The top one, the clock, will add it to your "watch later" list and the one beneath it with the three lines and arrow adds the video to your queue You can do this directly from the feed while looking at YouTube videos when you hover over the video. This works int he new YouTube layout so if ...


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Period (.) goes one frame forward Comma (,) goes on frame backward Right Arrow goes forward 5 seconds Left Arrow goes backward 5 seconds L goes forward 10 seconds J goes backward 10 seconds


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There are a bunch of third-party downloaders that you can use to download the video, but the correct way is to get YouTube premium where the give you the option on the video to download it. It is mostly made for personal use to watch is offline, but if you do use the video in another video make sure to follow fair use for your videos so it doesn't get a ...


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