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22 Mar/12

YouTube Launches One-click Video Improvements

YouTube Launches One-click Video Improvements

If you do not have the time or skill to edit your videos locally before you upload them to the popular video hosting site YouTube, you’d probably grew fond of the video editor that YouTube added last year to the site. While pretty basic in functionality, it can be used to correct a few issues with your videos. Features offered include trimming and rotating, as well as adding effects and exchanging the audio of the video.YouTube has just announced a new feature that they have added...

3 Mar/12

Hide Watched or Bland Videos On YouTube

Hide Watched or Bland Videos On YouTube

If you are a regular on the video hosting site YouTube, you might feel that the site is missing options to hide or remove videos. This can be interesting for subscription videos that you have no interest in or that you have already watched. YouTube offers no controls to remove watched or bland videos from your list of subscriptions, or the new channel listing on your start page.The userscript YouTube Tweak changes this by adding delete buttons to those listings so that you can remove videos...

27 Feb/12

YouTube’s Automated Copyright Video Scan Appears Broken

YouTube’s Automated Copyright Video Scan Appears Broken

Imagine the following scenario. You film how you are collecting ingredients for a wild salad, and upload the video to YouTube. You then get a copyright claim later on stating that the video contains copyrighted music from another company, even though there is no music in the video other than the song of birds.You can refute that claim, but the company YouTube has identified as the copyright holder can refute that. When this happens, companies who claim they have the rights to the video...




21 Feb/12

YouTube Search History Now With Disable Option

YouTube Search History Now With Disable Option

The popular video hosting site YouTube up until now kept a log of all of the videos that you watched on the site while logged in to your YouTube or Google account. YouTube knows about all the videos that you watched on the site while logged in to the account. The feature’s name could cause some confusion on its own, as it has little to do with searches on the site. Thus, viewing history would be more appropriate.While it was possible to remove individual video or the complete list...

22 Feb/11

SVDownloader, Search, Play And Download Videos

SVDownloader, Search, Play And Download Videos

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I personally like desktop applications that combine video searching, playing and downloading. Why? Because these programs tend to have advantages over browser based solutions. Among the important ones are the ability to search multiple video portals directly, better download management and a download history. SVDownloader has been developed by the same company that brought your the video recorder SMRecorder. Please be advised...

3 Set/10

How to Use Your Tech Power for Good

How to Use Your Tech Power for Good

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Last week Leo Laporte did a Gov 2.0 special show on TWiT with Tim O’Reilly and Jennifer Pahlka, a must-listen for programmers who want to use their skills to make the world a better place. It opened with this Code for America spot, which features Tim, Mark Zuckerberg, Caterina Fake, and Biz Stone. The Code for America fellowship application deadline has passed, but if you want to use your coding skills to help our government...

29 Ago/10

YouTube HD Ultimate, The Best YouTube Userscript?

YouTube HD Ultimate, The Best YouTube Userscript?

I did not pay much attention to Youtube or any other Flash based video portal on the Internet ever since I have uninstalled the Flash Player on my PC. Still, I sometimes have to visit the site if something newsworthy is happening. A new YouTube userscript that has not been reviewed yet is probably not the most newsworthy item on the planet, but since it was recommended to me I decided to take a closer look. Lets take a moment to think about the features that a userscript should offer....

29 Lug/10

Youtube Ups Video Limit to 15 Minutes, So What?

Youtube Ups Video Limit to 15 Minutes, So What?

The news was just posted over at the official Youtube blog that the video length limitation on Youtube has been increased for “normal” Youtube users. The limit has been raised from 10 to 15 minutes. We want YouTube to be the best place to upload video. Without question, the number one requested feature by our creators is to upload videos longer than 10 minutes. We’ve heard you, and today we’re pleased to announce that we’ve increased the upload limit to...

25 Lug/10

Youtube Adds HTML5 Embedding To Videos

Youtube Adds HTML5 Embedding To Videos

The popular video hosting site Youtube has been offering limited beta HTML5 viewing capabilities for some time now on their website. HTML5 video playback was limited to Google Chrome and Safari, and only directly available on Youtube after joining the beta channel. Webmasters and Internet users who wanted to embed videos on third party websites had no choice but to embed the Flash player, as there was no option to change the embed code to HTML5 video. Toliver Jue, a Youtube Software Engineer,...

22 Lug/10

Youtube Revamps Music Page

Youtube Revamps Music Page

If you are at the top you have to keep up with the demand, if you are not it is likely that someone else will snag that position right from you. Youtube has recently redesigned several of their inner category pages, including shows and movies to offer users better access to popular and recent additions as well as options to create playlists on the fly for surprise discovery video viewing sessions. Today, Youtube has revamped the music page which now features the same interface as the other...

15 Lug/10

This Week in Google, Episode 51

This Week in Google, Episode 51

Leo, Jeff and I jawed about the new Android App Inventor, Picnik in Picasa, mobile local search, my 23andme results, and iPhone 4 in this week’s episode. My tip of the week: setting up a rich text signature in Gmail. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google, Episode 51 Technorati Tags: brief-video, digital, episode-51, Facebook, laptop, life, transfer-google, twig tip

10 Lug/10

4K Videos Coming To Youtube

4K Videos Coming To Youtube

Youtube is raising the bar once again with the announcement that the video hosting site will support 4K videos in the near future. Less than a year ago Youtube enabled full HD, 1080p, video resolutions on Youtube and most people thought that 1080p was going to be the top resolution on Youtube for a long time to come. 4K videos raise the bar by running in a resolution of 4096 x 3072, that’s almost four times the size of the full HD resolution. But 4K videos raise the bar not only...

10 Lug/10

This Week in Google, Episode 50

This Week in Google, Episode 50

Jeff and Leo and I chatted about Droid X, Prince, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and the iPhone 4 in our latest episode of TWiG. Also, listeners are helping send an Android phone into space! My tip this week: Chrome to Phone, which pushes your open Chrome tabs to your phone with the click of a button, for browsing on the go. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google, Episode 50 Technorati Tags: complete-guide, ebook, episode-50, Facebook, gina-trapani, google-accounts,...

5 Lug/10

Google fixes YouTube xxx spam flaw

Google fixes YouTube xxx spam flaw

YouTube owner Google has been forced to act quickly to fix a flaw on it’s YouTube video sharing website that allowed hackers to bombard users with pop-up messages, redirecting them to adult websites. The code was placed in the comments section of targeted videos and would run automatically when people watched the clip. Google says the problem was fixed within only two hours of being reported, according to the BBC. “We took swift action to fix a cross-site scripting (XSS)...

2 Lug/10

Google Apps vs. Google Accounts Parity Coming

Google Apps vs. Google Accounts Parity Coming

Google Apps users who want access to all the same products that regular Google Accounts have won’t have to wait much longer. An anonymous tipster tells me a Google Trusted Tester program is underway right now, which “transitions” Google Apps accounts to full access to all GOOG products, including Voice, Reader, Buzz, Analytics, and more. Here’s the official Help page which includes a visualization of the transition, in the screenshot here. (Here’s a PDF,...

24 Giu/10

The Software Buttons You Love Pushing

The Software Buttons You Love Pushing

Spent several hours running around town doing tedious errands the other day in neighborhoods I don’t know well, so I was thrilled to finally tap the “Navigate To->Home” button on my GPS when I was done. It got me wondering: what are the software buttons you just can’t help but love to tap, click, or press? An informal poll on Twitter unearthed a bunch of good ones: your email’s Out of Office “Enable” button, “End Call,” “Mark...

18 Giu/10

Interact with Google Apps at the Command Line

Interact with Google Apps at the Command Line

Having a ball playing around with the just-released GoogleCL tool, which offers command line access to Google Calendar, contacts, Docs, Picasa, Blogger, and YouTube. With Python-based GoogleCL installed, you can do things such as list today’s events on your GCal right in the terminal, like so: $ google calendar today title Coffee with Michael and Samir Dozing off Lunch at Flingers Instant use case: Add echo "Next 24 hours:";google calendar today title to your ~/.bash_profile...

17 Giu/10

This Week in Google, Episode 47

This Week in Google, Episode 47

Great conversation today on TWiG with our guest Chris Messina, who dropped knowledge on the history and differences between OAuth and OpenID–which in an age of “Facebook wants to own all your sign-ons,” is an important discussion. My tip this week: to grab the Android Swype beta within the next couple of days while it’s still available, as previously-recommended ShapeWriter is no longer in the Market. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google,...

15 Giu/10

Earthquakes and Android Development

Earthquakes and Android Development

While last night’s southern California earthquake shook up the Padres game, I was standing in a doorway downloading an Android app. Twitter was down, the news didn’t have anything yet, but I remembered Reto Meier, a Googler who did an Android talk at I/O had demo’ed an earthquake detection app. It’s called Earthquake!, and it’s got some very useful features, especially when you’re worried about the earth cracking open and swallowing your home whole....

11 Giu/10

This Week in Google, Episode 46

This Week in Google, Episode 46

This week’s episode of TWiG featured Jeff Jarvis Skyping over 3G from a moving car on a NJ highway, Brad Stone from the NY Times who was a total trooper during our criticism of the Times’ takedown of the Pulse iPhone RSS reader, and Om Malik of Gigaom, a very smart teddy bear who I’d like to hug. My tip this week: the new Gmail Labs’ Maps Preview, which embeds a Google Map into any email that has a U.S. address in it. Continua a leggere – Original Link:...