Is it Okay to use all You tube videos in a Video hub? Or we must upload only our own videos?
In general every YouTube video is o.k., because the uploader to the YouTube is responsible for copyrights. But you should know some videos are deleted (for different reasons) occasionally, so it is good to check what is going on with your chosen video from time to time, to avoid broken links and other problems.
Hubs allow YouTube video to be embedded using the video capsule.
Video Hubs do require one HubPages hosted video.
Yes, it is OK to rely on YouTube videos for your hub. I rarely make my own videos for HubPages. However, I use plenty of videos from YouTube. The person who uploads the video technically has the rights to it, but by placing it on YouTube, it is understood it may be shared on other sites.
by Jason Menayan4 years ago
Hello everyone,Major announcement - HubPages Video is now live!You can upload Videos - which will be similar to popular YouTube and Vimeo videos in that they autoplay and can be embedded on other sites. HubPages Video...
by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans5 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 Nicole Canfield5 years ago
by Audrey Selig7 years ago
They were there yesterday, and today they are gone. Can I just get them back, or do you think they are gone for a reason?
by Liz Elias4 years ago
I am contemplating a video hub or two. I say 'contemplating,' because it all depends on whether I can successfully learn the proper formatting, and upload process. This digital editing is new to me, and I...
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