Have you ever wanted to play a YouTube video over and over? Me too…it might be a how-to video or music I love. Instead of waiting to click the replay button on YouTube, I wanted a way to automatically repeat it.
Here’s what I did for the Chrome browser. You’ll need to do the same for Firefox.
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In PowerPoint 2010, you can easily convert your slide deck to a video. So add your animations, transitions, and narration as you normally would and just follow the steps in this video.
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I know, I know, it’s hard to find just the right image for your presentation or art project. Sometimes you have to resort to ClipArt. And then when you do, it’s hard to find diversity. Here’s a how-to video I recorded to show you how to recolor PowerPoint ClipArt. I’m using the 2010 version in this video, but older versions work as well.
So get creative and do your own. Let me know in a comment what you think.
Here’s how to delete a video from a playlist. This does not delete the video from your channel.
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For better organization of your YouTube videos and to improve your viewers’ experience, use playlists to group similar ones. From the YouTube Playbook, “You can create playlists using your own content, other channels’ videos, or a combination of both. Playlists can be used as an organizational tool and creators can create playlists as a linear viewing experience for their audience. Playlists can be featured on your channel, linked-to via annotations, and appear in search results and suggested videos.
Playlists should be an essential part of your channel strategy to increase watch-time and develop a programmed experience for your viewer.”
Here’s how to work with playlists on YouTube.
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