I have been writing the full instructions to my recipes here on hubpages and I've also made a few step-by-step videos on YouTube. I recently tried putting my videos from YouTube in my hubs in a capsule but they don't show up. I've tried letting it sit overnight in case they have to be "approved" but still nothing. The title to the capsule and a small space below appear but no video. I copy the link straight from the address bar from the video page and paste it into the space provided when editing the video capsule. I've also tried the embed code. When I push the "preview video" button, nothing happens.
You need to paste the URL from the address bar of your browser. You could post the link to the video here so we can try. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work.
Follow the simple steps and nothing will delay you from achieving it.
Log in to your youtube and look out for your video.
Copy the video url by right clicking on the title and coy the link location.
on hubpages add video capsule and paste your video url
then preview the video before you save.
Note: you may not be able to watch the video if you do not have adobe flash player plugin on your system
by TIMETRAVELER214 months ago
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by Wavie19 months ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
In order to add your own video to a hub, do you have to join youtube first, upload your video, then put it in the hub capsule? I wish I could upload my videos like I upload my photos.
by HABMATH6 years ago
Several times I have tried to embed a video from YouTube.THe video capsule carries the message : URL not recognized.How can I fix this?
by Sid Kemp3 years ago
YouTube allows a start time parameter that, when used in a link, causes the linked video to start at the specified time. For example, in:http://youtu.be/Y0t-RqjMH-A?t=2m40sthe ?t=2m40s should cause the video to begin...
by SmartAndFun5 years ago
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