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Method - Upload multiple of the same Y0utube video using Flash.

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by bananaman5000, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. bananaman5000

    bananaman5000 Regular Member

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    Hey guys, I thought I would share this method. It basically allows you to use one account to upload multiple copies of the exact same video to y0utube (give them different titles, tags, desc, etc.). This way you can target different keywords without having to make a completely new video. You've got to have Flash to do this (I have CS5, not sure how it goes in earlier versions). Also, I'm sure this is against their TOS, so don't use it on an account you wouldn't want to get the ban.

    First, pick a video that you like and open it in Flash.

    Then go to File > Export, when it opens up the box, where it says SWF change it to Quicktime. Hit "Save", then it will open up a box that looks like this:

    bhwquicktime.jpg

    Click on "Quicktime Settings" and it will open a new box, under "Video" hit "Settings" which will open up this:

    bhwsettings.jpg

    See the slider bar that goes from "Least" to "Best"? Each time you export, change this bar by -1 and be sure to give the exported file a different name. I've been able to go down to about 40 without affecting the quality too badly. The entire process takes about 30 seconds once you get going.

    So in about 30 minutes you can have 60 unique videos ready for upload and tagging with different keywords.
     
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  2. sergbot

    sergbot Junior Member

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    seems like a good tactic. However I can't imagine making a lot of money from this many duplicate videos
     
  3. lsmstd

    lsmstd Regular Member

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    Nice share, you should try Kirara encoder if you uniquify with rerendering, it supports almost all filetypes, removes metadata and it's faster than the commercial ones, it gaves me much better speeds than Premiere Pro CS6.

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/kirara/
     
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  4. bananaman5000

    bananaman5000 Regular Member

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    believe it or not, i used it for a lawyer i was doing SEO work for. He had a commercial, and it did it like

    Divorce attorney gainseville
    divorce attorney athens
    divorce attorney buckhead
    etc.

    then scrapeboxed the videos, and some of them wound up in positions 2-5 on the first page of google for those search terms! he made some major bank
     
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