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4 Q & A posts tagged with Youtube

Sun
Nov 13
2011

How do I delete a video from my YouTube account?

So I have a video i uploaded to youtube a while ago, and its a really stupid, short video that has no point in it, so I want to delete it, but i dont know how.


Answer

If you own that video, you can go to "My Videos" and select the desired video, and click on the small arrow next to "Action"
Something like this the picture in this folder
http://folder8.com/F/?Yan
that called "YouTube_Delete"

or access image directly here
http://folder8.com/Folders/B7P/YouTube_d…

Let me know

Sunday 11/13/2011 6:02:32 PM
Sun
Nov 13
2011

How come when I post a comment on Youtube and then google it it appears on a bunch of different sites?


Answer

Because Google bought YouTube few years ago and merge it with its search results
Also because some websites have RSS readers to include new data from famous websites to drive visitors to them.

Does that make sense?

Sunday 11/13/2011 5:33:33 PM
Sun
Nov 13
2011

Toshiba C660 cam video recording?

i have a toshiba C660 laptop it has a built in cam but i don't think any software came with it to actually record and store vid files on my laptop i am interested in making vlogs for youtube .. help <3


Answer

There are a lot of software that do that
try this
http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.htm…

Sunday 11/13/2011 2:44:24 AM
Thu
Apr 9
2009

How to find people to make video tutorials?

I have started an internet company, and we are looking for competent people to produce video’s for us on how to use various software applications. I am having real problems finding the right people. What are the best sites to advertise on? How can I best get in contact with the right people?


In essence I need to find a good strategy to find people to make the video's. The rate of pay is on a per video basis with most people averaging about $20 an hour or more. We are having trouble finding people to meet our needs. We have tried approaching people on Youtube / other video sites, but his has proved very inefficient. We did approach people that work for competing websites, but they are asking too much. We are a start-up site, with limited financial resources.

All that is needed is someone with a clear voice, and good knowledge of specific software, and free software and a microphone (found on most webcams). The computer would record the screen, while you give an audio commentary (on how to reconfigure the autocorrect in Microsoft Word (for example)).

Over the next 4-8 weeks are looking to produce 30-100 high quality video tutorials for each of the following subjects:

• Vista,
• Windows XP,
• Excel,
• Outlook,
• Powerpoint,
• Publisher, Photoshop CS,

An audio commentary would be required, and an example of our site content can be found on visiting www.helpvids.info (soon to be www.helpvids.com !).

If you know of anyone that could help please reply to this post or email videos@helpvids.info .

Obviously I am open to other strategies or suggestions for commissioning people on a "work for hire" basis? What are the best sites for me to go on?


Answer

That is good
I am thinking of joining you guys

shoot me an email here

XL@VBAXLMan.com

Thursday 4/9/2009 12:58:20 PM

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