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Browser plugin to switch proxy

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  1. intruder2600

    intruder2600 Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I used to upload videos on youtube with mass video blaster software, but it leaves some footprints and it gets easily detected by youtube moderation - videos are banned fast. I decided to do manual upload, but I need to switch proxy fast so I'm looking for a browser plugin where I set up all my proxies and I can easily switch between them. Does such a tool even exist ?
     
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    I've been looking for this for weeks but nothing really works.
     
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    dekadent30 Power Member

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    Me too, Proxy Tool addon used to work with older firefox versions
     
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    I could make such a bot with uBot Studio, but the most safe are real browsers. Thanks.
     
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    Sure, I can make one with imacros but then I wouldn't be able to use them at the same time.
     
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    Can't get it to work either.
     
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    you can try foxyproxy or proxy tool addon for firefox which were mentioned above

    or a different approach would be to make a macro in imacros to automate the whole process:
    record a macro of the youtube login and video upload process
    create a comma delimited .csv which should look like: youtube username,youtube password,proxy ip,port
    edit the recorded macro
    add the PROXY ADDRESS={{COL3}}:{{COL4}} command to somewhere at the top of the macro
    also add this somewhere at the top of the code: SET !DATASOURCE_LINE {{!LOOP}}
    where you find your youtube username in the macro insert {{COL1}}, where you find your youtube password replace it with {{COL2}}
    now if you have multiple videos, you can tell imacros to loop through the content of a folder and upload the videos one after another (one with each loop)
    how would you do this? pretty simple, rename the filenames of the videos to look like video (1).mp4, video (2).mp4 (if you have different video formats, just put an asterisk instead of mp4) and so on (if you have a lot of videos, there are bulk renaming tools available)
    now where you find the filename of the video in the code, replace it with video<SP>({{!LOOP}}).mp4 or video<SP>({{!LOOP}}).*
    add the CLEAR command at the end of the macro (which will clear the cookies between loops)
    play the macro once, see how it performs, if it's necessary, adjust wait seconds, timeouts
    if everything works well, play the macro in loop

    not sure how many youtube accs we're talking about, but this way you don't mix up the proxies for sure, because every acc has it's proxy set in the .csv, even the videos are set to each loop according to the number they have after you renamed them

    which one exactly? foxyproxy still works and i tried portalweb's proxy tool addon as well not too long ago which also worked and it's better from one aspect, you can upload a proxy list, w/ foxyproxy you can't do that