Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Xfactormaster, Dec 24, 2015.
As the title says, is there any way to find only Creative Common Videos on YouTube?
What do you mean by "creative common videos"?
There is an option for creative common videos in the search filter.
It's somewhere in or near YouTubes own video editing tool if I remember correctly
There is literally a button that says filter, and creative common only is an option you can pick from the search results.
It has nothing to do with editing.
There's more than one way to do things. Search filter sounds good. Just the last time I accessed it was from editing place but that was 2-3 years ago. So probably changed.
The main reason is downloading cc vids, edit vids an reupload to my account and monetize it. Will that work???
There are a couple more ways you can do a search for creative commons videos but the easiest is using the filter button under search. I can't post links yet, not enough posts. Go to youtube and type these video numbers in the search bar then click on the video that pops up, they will give the other ways. Be sure to hit show more under the video they have the steps in writing.
Yes to xfactormaster this is the point to download already made videos and add your own info like website or affiliate in the video or about box. You can also add more videos your own or others and make a compilation of more than one video. People also use others informative videos on their websites write a small amount of presell text then link to an affiliate product to make money.
HoneyHelper creative commons is a license in this case they are videos the creators gave permission for others to use. Anyone can use or add other videos too as in a compilation without having to make them yourself. This video explains the different licenses very well again, go to youtube and type this into the search bar X0GlEYf1434
When you use the built in video editor it adds the creative commons videos you used to get your information automatically which should cover your butt. However as stated in the show more it may be remotely possible that the original video might not be a creative commons video and to double check before using it.
Hope this answers your question and mods I hope this was okay I'm not affiliated with the videos in any way.
Very informative, watched the video, its really explained very well
If you search this exact search term on youtube you will find the solution
[h=1]How to Find Creative Commons Videos on YouTube[/h]
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