Thread: Youtube

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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    I see a lot of retrojunk stuff on thier system.
    and thier videos are converted to flash video so they are tricky to download.
    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    do u know how to download them
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Quote by Naruto123
    do u know how to download them


    yes, but it's a FLV file, so you then need a Flash Video player to watch them. they use a html player.
    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    [url]http://keepvid.com/[/url]
    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    the link to the thread were we discussed this

    [url]http://www.retrojunk.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=11048&highlight=[/url]
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Who are you calling a tube
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    I was on YouTube until I got banned back on July 4th for inappropriate content for putting an old cartoon on a YouTube site, because YouTube won't allowed to upload cartoons and TV shows on YouTube. When I did a search on YouTube, I found a bunch of TV commercials, intros, bumpers, ID's and promos from the 70's, 80's & 90's that are not part of RJ, I decided to submit these videos. I have lots of videos of commercials that I saved from YouTube to put it on RJ. I hope this helps if they could get updated soon that I can watch all the videos that I added to RJ.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    I love YouTube but I also hate it. I love it because I can find so much cool stuff on there.

    I hate it for two reasons, though. First off the material can't be downloaded. I know there's that one site where YouTube material can be downloaded but the thing is is that when downloaded the picture quality is way poorer. I read on another board that this happens when downloading streaming video.

    Second, because of the people using YouTube, a few of my favorite game show sites that have downloadable clips have now refrained from doing so...because people were taking their clips and reposting them on YouTube. Page O' Clips now have streaming files, and the guy running the other site took his clips down all together and who knows if he'll continue with them.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    I think YouTube's pretty awesome. There is a LOT of crap on there, to be sure, but I've also seen music videos I haven't seen since I was three and watched cartoons and other shorts I've only heard about, but had never seen. My only major complaint is that it can be difficult to search sometimes.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    Youtube is alright, I found that Sega commercial with the kid getting his ears flicked...loved that one. I wish some people would host more episodes. The other night I was watching You can't do that on TV stuff. Good memories all around.

    I don't bother to download the stuff. I just need it to give my memories a jump start now and again. I do agree on the searching. Sometimes I just stumble on clips by accident. They need to have better classifications, such as Commercials, Whole Shows, kids just goofing around with a camera phone, etc. Any clip under 30 secs should just be taken off IMGO.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    Just a tip for anyone who uses Keep Vid to download any files off of YouTube. Any video that has been flagged on YouTube cannot be downloaded for some reason. Also sometimes just normal files can't be downloaded. Most of the time Keep Vid works just fine though.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    Pros: Vintage local TV vids, Pica Pau (Woody Woodpecker), speedrun videos and old wrestling clips.

    Cons: Idiots from these pointless game show boards such as Invision & GSN who want to rip on me for nothing and wrongfully banning members in Musicradio's case.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    What I really don't like about YouTube is that they are removing many videos because of copyright issues.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    That is probably why all of the full length Doctor Who episodes have been disappearing lately.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    Youtube is awesome all the old bumpers/station id's and commericals as well as some tv shows stuff but i wish they'd stop removing videos.
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    I use it pretty much. Just take a look at my animation videos. I'm starting to work on more live action stuff and what its going to do is revolutionize the way broadcasters do business.

    In my profession you have to send video tapes and what now in order to get a job within the industry. Now...once this service becomes embraced by the industry, people won't have to send their demos through the mail anymore, they can just post them on websites such as Youtube and get discovered.

    Its really putting the power into the consumers hands.

    I really would like to see what the internet will look like in another ten years from now.
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