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Some YouTube videos have annotations that pop up on the video during playback. The annotations often provide information about the subject of the video, or links to other websites. Though some of the annotations are useful, many are obtrusive and add no value. You can disable the pop-over annotations while watching a single video or so that they don't appear on any of the videos you watch.
Disable Annotations in a Single Video Navigate to the video you want to watch. It will start playing automatically once it loads. Locate the Annotations icon in the bottom right corner of the video player. The Annotations icon is red and shaped like a comic-strip word balloon. Click the Annotations icon to turn off the pop-over annotations. The icon will change color to gray. Disabling Annotations on All Videos Sign into your YouTube account or create a new account by clicking "Create Account," filling out the information and following the onscreen instructions. Click the arrow to the right of your user name in the top right corner of the website, and select "Settings." The "Account Settings" screen will appear. Select "Playback Setup" in the menu on the left side of the screen. Click the check box next to "Show Annotations" to remove the checkmark, and then click "Save Changes."
Posted on Mar 21, 2013
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