Tip & How-To about YouTube Videos
If you want to BROADCAST YOURSELF or just upload a few MPG's or MOV's or 3GP's then YouTube is the website for you. You can even watch TV shows and create your own channel that others can subscribe to and if you link it to your social websites subscribers and members can be notified or new channel postings.
Creating a YouTube Account:
A few years ago Google took over control of YouTube so if you already have a gmail or googlemail account then you can access YouTube through your account click the image below
If you don't already have a google account then you can sign up to YouTube using their standard login page click the image below to START
Once created you can either sign in through the google browser and then access your YouTube account through your Google Products on your Manage account page as shown below middle right, you may also notice Picasa and Blogger also owned and managed by Google.
Uploading to your YouTube:
The main reason for Youtube is to share your video and media creations be careful not to publish copyrighted materials like music videos unless you have change part OR all of the audio with public domain video clips.
Click on the link above to get to the upload screen you can either upload a video that you already have on your computer that you have created OR direct from your webcam
Uploading from your Mobile
If like me you want to bypass your PC and upload direct to YouTube then you can send them to the following youtube address, click the image below for more information you will also need to make sure that you have your e-mail activated via your mobiles service provider these can usually be set up by opening the SMS messages that are sent to your phone when you register if you don't have these then a simple phone call can have then resent to your handset, its a good idea to copy them you your SIM card memory if you ever change handsets.
Important: Do not upload any TV shows, music videos, music concerts, or commercials without permission unless they consist entirely of content you created yourself.
The Copyright Tips page and the Community Guidelines can help you determine whether your video infringes someone else's copyright.
Embedding your YouTube Videos:
Once you have uploaded your videos to your YouTube account you can then link them directly into your website OR weblog by either adding the HTML code via the blogger control panel on your blog OR by setting up a dedicated iframe on your website.
First goto http://www.youtube.com/my_videos
And you will see the list of all your videos if you want to embed a video into you website OR weblog double click the one you desire you will then see the extra menu to embed to your own website OR weblog click the relevant
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