YouTube Client That Doesn’t Require Flash Player [Mac]

YouTube is arguably the most popular website today. All it requires is a Flash Player and that's about it! Now, imagine you want to see a clip on YouTube that everyone's is talking about but are unable to watch because Flash Player installed on your system has refused to play the media! Read More

YouView – Desktop YouTube Viewer For Mac

YouView is a free Mac utility that allows you to watch, comment and download YouTube videos right from your Mac desktop, with streaming speeds faster up to 2x as compared to the Flash-based browser version of the website. YouView also supports high-quality videos and comes with HD support for 720p YouTube content. Read More

YouTube Video Subtitles [Captions]

YouTube announced the rollout of video captions but I rarely encountered them while watching videos. Today it was surprising to find this feature in more videos than ever. The features include Transcribe Audio and Translate Captions, both of which are in beta. Read More

Google.mE – Sync Picasa, Google Docs, YouTube, RSS Feed On Desktop

The long endeavor ends here for those who have been looking for the software which encapsulates Google famous services on desktop. Google.mE is an opensource app developed on Java that includes a bunch of Google apps in a simple tabbed interface. You can now edit documents in Google Docs, watch videos on YouTube, upload and browse photos on Picasa, and manage RSS feeds under one window. Read More

YouTube Media Player

On YouTube you can find almost every song, so what better way than making a complete media player out of it? Today we will cover two different apps - Muziic and Muziic is a desktop app that allows users to play YouTube music while TubeRadio is a web app. Both have the capability to create custom playlists.

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Add Or Embed YouTube Videos In PowerPoint 2010

There are some situations where we need to insert YouTube videos in PowerPoint presentations. If you are giving a presentation in a good environment with excellent WiFi connection, then embedding YouTube videos in your presentation makes sense. There are two ways to embed YouTube videos -  Using Video From Online Video Site option and Using 3rd party add-in called authorStream.

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Make A Slideshow With Music And Audio Using PhotoStage

Remember, last year we discussed about making a free DVD slideshow(with music) in Windows Vista. Well it got a lot more easier and professional with PhotoStage. It is a free tool for Windows that lets you create a professional slideshow with any media file. You can add photos, videos, music, and also add your own recorded voice to the slideshow all from within a simple-to-use interface.

The slideshow feature in Windows DVD Maker contains basic features only, while in PhotoStage you can edit every aspect of the slideshow to give it a professional look.

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How To Create An Avatar From YouTube Video Online

Recently a lot of services are popping up that lets user create an avatar from their own photos. But have you ever thought about making an avatar from a YouTube video?

While playing with Alpoy, I discovered that it can create an avatar(both static and animated) from YouTube videos. There are 3 simple steps, Collect, Design, and Manage. To begin, first click Collect tab, then select the source(YouTube), finally enter the URL of your favorite video and hit Load. You can also select the avatar from the list of pre-defined sizes or add a custom size.

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Find, View, And Download HD Videos For Free With Ashampoo ClipFinder HD

Ashampoo ClipFinder HD is a free software for Windows that lets you, find, browse, view, download videos in HD format easily. You can also convert the videos to HD or SD format. It was a paid software but now it’s free forever. All you need to do is register with them and they will send you the key via email. Enter this key during startup and click Check Code, as shown in the screenshot below. This software requires latest version of Adobe Flash Player, so make sure it’s installed.

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YouTube Time – Link To A Specific Part In YouTube Video

YouTube supports deep linking, which means you can link to any specific part of the video. This feature is quite old, but comes handy in certain times. To specify a point manually, add the following syntax at the end of the video link ‘#t=1m20s’(you can change the values of m and s to change the number of minutes and seconds, respectively).

YouTubeTime is a free online service that adds the syntax for you automatically. It can come handy if you want to deep link multiple videos and are too lazy to add the syntax manually. It consists of 3 simple steps, copy/paste the YouTube video URL, choose the start time, and finally click Get Link.

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A Video Manager – Track And Manage YouTube, Hulu, DVD, And Other Videos

AVM(A Video Manager) is a free opensource tool that lets you manage and keep track of videos that are either in your local computer or online. In short, you can keep track of both offline and online videos together. It is currently in Beta 2. You can add any video file from your computer and it will save it in a simple-to-use list where you can access it later. Another great feature is that you can add Youtube or Hulu videos and later watch them in a web player.

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How To Resize YouTube Videos In Two Simple Ways

Do you want to resize a video on YouTube? The size for every embedded YouTube videos is 485 x 295 by default, it is somehow a standard size for all embedded videos. Resizing the video is now quite an easy task.

There are two ways in which you can resize the video, one is to edit the embedded html code, and other is to simply customize it within YouTube.

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How To Upload Multiple Videos To YouTube Easily

Do you want to upload multiple videos to YouTube quickly in the most easiest way? You can put up to 100 videos to be uploaded to YouTube with a single click. YouTube does not allow this, and only allows you to upload up to 10 videos only, and for most people it is difficult task.

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How To Play YouTube Videos In PowerPoint Presentation

Downloaded YouTube videos come in either FLV or MP4 format, neither the format is playable in PowerPoint. To be able to make a video work in your presentation, we will first have to convert it into suitable format.  This will require a handy free application called Any-Video-Converter. This is a complete program that won’t just download the video, but will convert it in a way that will make the video playable right in your presentation.

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