6 YouTube tricks you need to know



Big tricks on YouTube 
1.Repeat all or part of a video 
2.Download any video
 3.Skip the restrictions by country 
4.the video starts in a given time 
5.Disable related videos 
6.Go straight to the point

Here are six tips to get (even more) out of  Youtube 

1. How to Repeat all or part of a video 
Perfect for songs. there is always that you want to hear over and over again while you do other things without having to give back to play. How? Simply add the word "repeater" after "youtube" in the URL. an external page that repeat the whole video whenever you want or even a specific part.   For example, this video: 
youtube.com/watch?v=5NV6Rdv1a3IBecomes youtube repeater </ em> </ strong> .com / watch? V = 5NV6Rdv1a3I 

2. How to Download any video 
There are many reasons why it makes sense to download a video, and 99% have to do with copyright or copyright. Simply for convenience. If you want to have a local copy of any video, add "pwn" (pwnyoutube.com service) before "youtube". For example, the video: 
youtube.com/watch?v=Sagg08DrO5U 
Becomes: 
pwnyoutube.com/watch?v=Sagg08DrO5U 
3. How to Skip the restrictions by country 
Geographical restrictions licenses videos sometimes make one only can be seen in a given country. How do I see it anyway? Just change the URL code "watch? V =" on "/ v /".  

For example: 
watch? V = IEIWdEDFlQY 
Becomes:  / v / IEIWdEDFlQY 

4. How to start a video in a given time 
This is very easy. You can give the right mouse button, "Copy video URL at current time". the video is copied to the time you're watching and you can send as well. You can also add
 "& t = XmYs", where "X" is the minute you want to start the video, and "Y" the second. For 

example: youtube.com/watch?v=9R6Ibz31DtE 
Becomes: youtube.com/watch?v=9R6Ibz31DtE & t = 01m32s </ em> </ strong> 

5. How to Disable related videos 
If you want to include a video in your blog or publication but do not want to appear related to the end, there is a simple way to disable them. YouTube offers the ability to select or deselect the box "show related" tab to get the code "embed". Alternatively you only have to add "? Rel = 0" at the end of the URL in the code to embed (embed).  
For example, this video: 
src = "// www.youtube.com/embed/T0-2lzA7_Cg" ">"" = ""> Www.youtube.com/embed/T0-2lzA7_Cg "


Becomes: src = "// ?rel=0" <="" em="">">www.youtube.com/embed/T0-2lzA7_Cg?rel=0"</"> ? Rel = 0 "<=" "em =" ">"> www.youtube.com/embed/T0-2lzA7_Cg?rel=0"</ strong>


6. How to Go straight to the point 
There is a joke that was born in Reddit and is called Wadsworth constant: it says that you can save the first 30% of any video because good always comes later. Popularized Reddit user Wadsworth and although it started as a joke, YouTube has added the ability to automarizarlo. Simply add "& wadsworth = 1" at the end of the URL of a video, and magic, you skip the initial 30%. For example, the video: 
youtube.com/watch?v=c0KYU2j0TM4 
Becomes: youtube.com/watch?v=c0KYU2j0TM4 & wadsworth = 1 </ strong> </ em> 

Note: you must keep in mind that many of these tricks are unofficial Google and are subject to change. YouTube updated if anything, it is possible that some stop working but for now, all go perfectly.

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