Anyone know how to save youtube videos so you can add them to your blog??
You can use "keepvid" to download videos that are in the same format youtube uses. I don't think this would give you rights to add it to your blog though. There are a number of link boxes under youtube videos, isn't one of them the video link itself?
Do you mean add them to your own blog, or add them to a Hub (a Hub is nothing like a blog).
Either way, you shouldn't be "saving" Youtube videos because they don't belong to you. You should be embedding them instead, which means there is a link back to the original clip on Youtube.
On HubPages, you do that by adding a video capsule and pasting in the embed code. On a blog, it will depend what blogging platform or software you're using.
If you want to save your own videos to add to you hubs, first you need a youtube account. You can then upload videos from your personal files. Youtube will walk you through it. Then, you can add your youtube videos to your hub.
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