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delia25
1 week ago

Is there a way to directly download YouTube videos without using a third party plug-in? I try not to install third party plug-ins for my browsers due to...

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JOiseau
1 week ago

Is there a way to play YouTube videos in slow motion? There has to be a better way than my “rapidly pause and unpause” method, which doesn’t work very well...

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catamount
8 weeks ago

As much or more of the music I listen to is on indie labels as it is on “major” labels. Apparently Google is threatening to pull all of their music off...

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TheCount
11 weeks ago

I have a few videos up on YouTube that have tens of thousands of hits. I’m not greedy or anything, but I figure if anyone is going to make money off of my...

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Number6
17 weeks ago
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I’m still holding off on purchase of a next-gen console, and I still use my old original Wii for things like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video...

roane
19 weeks ago

I have a video on a CD that's too long. I want to edit and upload to my YouTube account. I'm looking for a cheap (free) editing tool. I don't need anything...

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