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transfering a video

by Jenkins
(London)

I have a video contained in an html file saved on my desktop. I want to extract this video and put it in my website, how do I do this?

Comments for
transfering a video

The only thing that can be located within HTML is the video embed code, which will have the actual URL location of the video if it is 'embed' code, but not if the code uses javascript.

But the most important thing to take into account here is whether you have permission to use the video in the first place?

If you own the video, then you should have a the original on your computer. If you don't own the video, then you must get permission from the video or copyright owner before you can legally use it on your site.

The easiest way to extract a video from YouTube and add it to your site with your own video player (No YouTube logos, branding, ads or sneaky redirects) is to use the YouTube grabber tool at SBITUBE

SBITUBE uploads, encodes, hosts and embeds your video. You can have professional looking video on your website in minutes. They also have a free 30 day trial, so you can try it out.

Hope that helps?

Mr Video :-)



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