Embedding video in your website: Vimeo or YouTube?

When adding video to your website, you’ll usually need a video host – this is a separate server that stores and plays the video file. Most web servers are more limited, so it’s not possible to store and play video files because of their large size....

How to detect cuts in a video for editing

If you’re working with a video file with multiple cuts / camera angles, then editing can be a pain. For instance if you have a recording of a Zoom call, one person might have a tilted camera, bad lighting or out-of-sync audio. But with both cameras recorded in...

Help! Someone copied my YouTube video – now what?

If you’ve discovered your YouTube video on someone else’s channel, you can have it removed with a simple form. Remember, people can add your videos to playlists, but they can’t make a copy of your content (any part of your content) without approval....

Video Unavailable on Website

Are you having trouble embedding your YouTube videos into your website? The thumbnail shows up, but when a visitor clicks the video, it says “video unavailable” and forces them to go to YouTube to watch the video? I’ve noticed it also suggests random...