Hi. New hubber here. Do you have to have permission from the poster to use a You Tube video in your blog? Thanks!
Does "enabled from them" have any meaning other than simply using the URL of the video as it appears on the YouTube site?
That's very cool! Thanks for the explanation.
I was particularly interested in this, because I just in the past hour incorporated my first video and it was from YouTube. There are others that I'm planning to use, but in those cases I know the poster, so it's a different story.
As other comments if you tube videos are open for use in your articles thet will have the option to get an "embed code" which you paste into your video capsule. Out of courtesy I contact video owner and give them the url of where their video is being used, sometimes you can get a backlink from the video owner.
Looks like I was too late the hero.
Anyway I myself had asked this one, although only to myself.
But I guess if you use youtube and you let your videos be embedded (which I think is the default), you by default already "agree" to have it be "taken" by anybody to use for their own purpose.
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