Are there any videos on YouTube similar to Great Depression Cooking, in that they feature completely amateur cooking? I mean people without great knife technique or whatever, just cooking regular meals in small regular kitchens like the rest of regulars, fearlessly and worrying not so much about presentation or perfection?
I cannot remember where I found this YouTube video. It is a song about cats in boxes. I vaguely remember the line "cats in boxes are amazing" in it. I think at some point the cat(s) may be removed from the box, and then possibly replaced in the box. The song was sung by a girl (I think) and had a sort of indie/folk-y backing to it. [more inside]
Does anybody know of a recent youtube or flash or browser update which has crippled youtube video caching? [more inside]
Is it possible to open the YouTube app from an embedded video in safari on the iPad?
Let's say you're on Youtube, and you're watching a video, and on the progress bar there are little dots where, if you click on them, you get extra text or links or pictures pertinent to the video, ads, etc. What are those things called? [more inside]
Is there a Readability-like app for video that will send YouTube videos to my Tivo or Apple TV with one or two mouse clicks? [more inside]
Why (not how, why) do people upload old third-party content to youtube? Has anything been written on the subject? [more inside]
Is there an addon for Firefox or Chrome that will scrape a page (like this one) for Youtube links and then put them all in a playlist?
What are the songs in this trailer for Dark Horse, the upcoming Todd Solondz film? [more inside]
I have 4 videos on that I uploaded to YouTube. When I go to my videos on Apple TV only 3 show – tho all 4 show when I view on the web. Why?
I have a website that I would like to display a random youtube video upon load. I've seen some examples with PHP, but I cannot seem to properly implement them. [more inside]
What's that phenomenon, theory, or "rule" that says that the first so many seconds of an online video are useless, so you may as well not watch them?
Seen here before, unable to locate now... What's that phenomenon, theory, or "rule" that says that the first so many seconds of an online video are useless, so you may as well not watch them? [more inside]
Help me write a research paper all at once by providing me with the ultimate late-night write-a-thon soundtrack. Pop/Dance/Electronica edition, specifications within. [more inside]
There's a German, or Austrian comedian that goes around the US in public places dense with pedestrians and asks questions (mock interview style) about Germany, while playing up a euro-german sort of archetype. I have searched to no avail, if anyone could link or send a name it would very appreciated. And, it is so funny if I don't see it I will die. Thanks!
I am trying to find more time in my life, and am looking for tools and strategies to minimize the time I spend on the internet without totally disconnecting. [more inside]
I found this video* on YouTube this morning. As you can see, it's composed of a bunch of clips from movies with rollerskating scenes. I can pick out Shall We Dance?, Rollerball, and The Big Store. What movies are the rest of these clips pulled from? [more inside]
I need to find a youtube clip, or a part from a movie, that shows "an appreciation of beauty and excellence". Problem? I don't watch movies, and have a super slow internet connection so I can't spend hours trawling through youtube clips. Help me narrow the search.
I have these tv series episodes that I want to use to create video clips to upload to Youtube. How should I structure this workflow? Which application should I use to organize the original videos? [more inside]
Ok, Mefites...throw me your youtube classics! [more inside]
I'm looking for a cool video that came out a couple years ago featuring hundreds (if not thousands) of still photos of Portland Oregon house fronts, played very quickly in succession.
What is the music in the background of this video? Bonus: Where else has it been featured? It is so familiar it's driving me batty.
How can I put long-ish videos online without them being public yet accessible by computer illiterate people?
What are the options for making publicly available educational movie files, so they can be accessed by computer illiterate people, yet without making them publicly available/indexed by Google? I tried YouTube but hit its "video is too long" limitation (the movies are 35 minutes and I really don't want to chop them up into 10 min chunks). The movies are created by a charity and I have full permission of the copyright holder. The movies are not available online anywhere else. (Read on for more info.) [more inside]
Videogame soundtracks to listen to while I'm programming? [more inside]
Help me design the best video setup for recording myself drawing/painting. [more inside]
What makes someone use Vimeo instead of Youtube ? [more inside]
Hosting for videos so that they may be embedded in a school web-site ? YouTube ? Vimeo ? Picasa ? [more inside]
So, my brilliant dad left a threatening voice mail for one of the many estranged women in his life. She posted it on YouTube with his full legal and professional name. [more inside]
I'm putting together a compilation of fun/cool/interesting/astonishing vids off youtube vimeo etc and etc to show to people, trying to give a little bit of a sense why I like the internet so much, why I get such a kick out of it, show to people who aren't as familiar with what is "out there" on the inter-tubes and/or aren't familiar with the net at all. So. Here's my question: What are your must-show videos, what do you share with friends and family, what video do you say to a good friend "Oh jesus, you've just got to see this!" [more inside]
How do I get a transcription of a copyrighted (not by me) fifteen minute youtube video, for my own personal use? [more inside]
Why is it that, when content providers go on DMCA takedown-sprees on YouTube, versions of the content that were visibly filmed off of a TV or other monitor often remain? Is this some kind of loophole, or do content providers choose not to go after low quality copies of copyrighted content?
I can sing, and I have a MacBook Pro. What's the easiest and/or cheapest way for me to make a video where I am singing all four parts of an a cappella song? Kind of like this (in terms of style, not content).
I am an instructor and sometimes would like to play segment 1:15-2:25 from one YouTube video, followed by another segment from the same or another video, etc. Is there a site, tool, or incantation that lets me easily set this up so I'm not jumping around and switching tabs and clicking links during class time? I know how to create a URL that jumps right to the starting point of a clip but want to go a step or two beyond that. I didn't create/upload the videos, so I can't use YouTube's Video Editor.
Remember the Diet Coke and Mentos video? I'm looking for similar examples of internet memes that members of the public could, in theory, learn to replicate at home. Stuff like cup stacking; make-up tutorials; Double Dream Hands; or opening a beer with your arm. It mustn't be anything that requires special powers (eg double-jointedness) or special props - just household objects. Suggestions?
Looking for a viral youtube video that was a parody of "body language" instructional videos. I think it was made by some comedy troupe a few years back. There's a part where they "decode" what people are saying with their body language, e.g. someone waves at someone else and the narrator says, "I am unarmed." And I think there's a part where they show lines coming from someone's crotch and they say, "My penis is powerful!" I think it was pretty popular and had a couple million views, but I cannot for the life of me find it.
iMovie HD. I am having to upload a lot of 4-5 minute videos to YouTube for a project I'm doing. I need the finished product to be in good resolution once uploaded. If I export them to "full quality," they take almost 6 hours to upload and sometimes fail to process at the end, which is maddening. If I export them to "CD-ROM" quality, they upload a lot faster but the resolution is too poor. Is there a sweet spot in the "Expert Settings" I could use so that they upload in just a couple of hours and still look reasonably clear? Obviously I know next to nothing, so please speak slowly.
I want to both put on false eyelashes AND rock out. [more inside]
What equipment setup do I need to make PS3 Let's Plays for Youtube? [more inside]
Funny Cross-Cultural / Difference Skits? How to teach people about leveraging difference. [more inside]
I like to pull clips down from the internet. Youtube etc. using real player, its great except when the voice doesn't match the mouths movement. Why does it do that? Can I make it stop? Can I fix it?
YouTube sleuthing question: When you're logged in, the home page shows a timeline of activity from all the accounts you've subscribed to. This is activity like uploading a new video, or liking/favoriting someone else's video. You can also click on a username to see that person's individual activity feed. What circumstances could cause an action to appear in the main feed, but not in the personal one for that user? [more inside]
I'm not sure how I found it or why I didn't save it, but I remember a fan made Dr. Who Christmas video.The premise was four doctors (Eccleston, Tennant, and Colin and Tom Baker) all having a Timelord Christmas together. The Doctors were played by actors/fans. [more inside]
Can you read lips? Can you tell me what the woman says starting at 1:10 in this video? (SLYT and there is no real audio, just static and muffled noise.)
I'm working on new finance-based startup in the Marietta, GA (just outside of Atlanta, GA) and I'd like to hire someone to come in do bi-weekly interviews of me and my team as we go through the process (kind of like the Robert Scoble interviews if you've ever seen them). It's a pretty exciting time for us and our product and I've been told by many that we should start a blog or youtube channel to share our experiences. There's also an interesting personal piece that both me and the CEO would be interested in sharing and that I think a lot of young people would be interested in hearing. The problem is that in the list of things we can spend our time doing, setting up equipment, doing the interviews, and editing the videos is low priority. Can anyone recommend a company or how I can find an individual who would be interested in doing this for us?
Favorite spoken words/performed poems for kids? [more inside]
Why does the audio I'm ripping from YouTube sound so weird when I play it through my car's speakers? [more inside]
Youtube keeps removing my video for copyright violation, is there any way around this? [more inside]
My mother still lives in the dark ages with 56k modem. Please help me find the best YouTube videos to put on a cd and put in her stocking at Christmas. [more inside]
I'm having a major problem at work with our YouTube account and I can't for the life of me elicit any effective help from Google (pretty much restricted to forum postings with no response after a month). Can anyone advise about how to get help from Google? [more inside]
11 minutes of passive entertainment wanted [more inside]
Why do many embedded videos look bright green and all pixel-y on my laptop? [more inside]