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How to post YT videos

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TKvS, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. TKvS

    TKvS Banned

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    I read a How to post a while back on embedding YT videos, can't find it now, I've studied the How To section and failed, any pointers appreciated.
     
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    Well I've just seen that KHtz has replied and that there is a sticky lol but I just spent ages typing this so will post it now :)

    1. Open a new tab, load up YouTube and find your video
    2. In the address bar you will see
    Code:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J0KfREjCzM
    3. Copy the bit after 'v=' in this case
    Code:
    _J0KfREjCzM
    4. On the forum, go to advanced in the reply section
    5. Paste the text you have copied
    Code:
    _J0KfREjCzM
    and highlight/select it.
    6. Then press the 'Youtube' or 'YoutubeHD' button [​IMG] [​IMG]

    7. This should now show as
    Code:
     [UTUBE]_J0KfREjCzM[/YOUTUBE]
    (First 'youtube is misspelt purposely in this exampe so you can see what is going on)
    8. Submit reply and you will get the video

    [YOUTUBE HD]_J0KfREjCzM[/YOUTUBE HD]
     
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    Thanks for your effort, much appreciated.

    I'm on a few different forums, the process differs greatly as does some of the terminology, now, what does BORKED mean :D
     
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