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What is the longest video on YouTube?
The longest video goes for 48 hours (that's 2 days!) on channel YTolympics - the YouTube olympics. It is an actual video composed of indoor and outdoor footage, conveying an actual storyline. Many of the other so-called longest videos turn out to be merely patterns or color screens running on loop.
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There is a big yellow "upload" button on the top right corner on some Youtube pages; it is very obvious; you can't miss it. On other Youtube pages (mostly channels) there is… an upload link at the top of the page near the left side--it says Videos|Channels|Community|Upload click the upload link, and it will take you to the upload page. The instructions are quite self-explanatory. Of course, if you want to upload a video, you must first MAKE a video and have it in the correct format for Youtube. FLV is OK, you can use this video converter.
One of the longest YouTube videos was 606 hours (25 days) of footage of someone's life and travels put together. Another one is 48 hours of nothing but the Olympics.
a website called file2hd or a firefox addon like downloadhelper
well if you uploaded it to youtube it should be in the my videos section of your hompage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlC7AChykGQ here is my answer
to upload a video on youtube you must first have an account. then you click the upload button in the upper right hand side of the screen and then choose a video from your pers…onal videos and click upload. The easiest way -- and, if you're worried about copyright issues, the most assuredly legal way -- to download a YouTube video is to do it through YouTube itself. Realizing that many YouTube users want to take their viewing experience away from the site and have more ways to share with other people, YouTube is testing an option that gives video owners the ability to make their content downloadable. Using Creative Commons licensing, owners can offer videos for free or predetermined prices and allow viewers to purchase their videos. This helps creators get credit for their work no matter how people share the files [source: YouTube]. It's similar in nature to the music section of MySpace, which lets artists choose whether or not listeners can download their tracks for free, purchase tracks straight from the artist's profile page or simply listen off of the site. YouTube is currently beta testing this option with many universities, including Stanford; Duke; the University of California, Berkeley and the University of California, Los Angeles, but the option to download right off of the site will most likely become standard sometime in the near future. Most versions of the RealPlayer software let you download YouTube videos straight from the page. If you have RealPlayer, you've probably noticed that any time you watch a YouTube video and move your mouse within the frame, a small bar pops up that says "Download This Video." This saves the video into your RealPlayer library and lets you organize it with your other saved videos, but you'll have to upgrade, and therefore pay, for versions that allow you to burn files onto DVD. If you don't have any software that lets you rip the video from the site, Web sites such as KeepVid.com or SaveVid.com will let you do it. Once you've loaded the software, all you have to do is paste the video's URL into a bar and click "Download." When you do, you'll have the option of choosing a low-quality Flash video (.flv) or a higher-quality MP4 (.mp4). If you choose the Flash format, you'll need to convert the downloaded video into another format that's watchable on either QuickTime or Windows Media Player. If you run a Web search for FLV converter, you should come up with any number of acceptable programs. Choose the one that works best for your operating system, and then simply use the software to open up the Flash file and convert it into any popular video format -- the most common types are AVI, MPEG and WMV.
Video yourself acting out something make music video parodies. Or showcase your talents
i wouldn't, it is illegal to copy someone elses video!
You can either go to your videos section and click upload or there should be a button next to the search engine on the Youtube home page that says "upload video".
yes, the format of youtube videos is flv. if u wanna put it to ur ipod, iphone,etc. u must convert the videos into the right format.some program called video converter can do …this kind of staff, it can convert video between any common video format and codec
There are lots of YouTube Video's.
Do you have any talents or hobbies? For instance any instruments? If you're interested in music, you can also make a video with a song and the lyrics. Or you could make a paro…dy of a TV-show or another show. Or if you consider yourself as a funny person, you can for instance make your own show. The possibilities are endless! :)
It is a description of the video and you what it is about!
There might be a YouTube playlist in a video during the end of a video because your video is currently being played in a playlist. It's also possible that the video was made t…o look like it had a playlist displayed, or it's also possible that the video was specially annotated or programmed by a business partnership.
There is no definitive result for "ME" videos on YouTube, however some YouTube videos with the title "ME" in them are: "What About Me" - 1982 by Moving pictures, "This Is Me"… - Camp Rock, "What About Me" - Mipham, to name a few.
In order to have a video at Youtube, you need to first create an account.