Create a smart playlist based on purchased music
Have you ever watched a few youtube videos you really liked recently and wanted to show said videos to the world on your blog? In this tutorial I’ll show you how to embed youtube videos the old-fashioned way, then using three plugins: Smart Youtube Pro Youtube Player Plus and video analytics. House Cleaning If you look on the sidebar you’ll see a Paypal donation button: , if you donate to the purpose stated above the button I would greatly appreciate the help. Also if you want me to recommend a shared host for you I’d go with because if you want to upgrade to VPS/Dedicated hosting they’ll have your personal server ready in a jiffy. If you want to request a tech tutorial go http://community.mytutorialpodcast.com sign up to be a contributor to the community and a participant in the forum, in the bottom of the content sidebar you’ll see two recent topics , click the topmost topic and just leave a reply with your tech tutorial request, also while you’re over at the community in other words leave me a generous tip and I’ll keep going with these tutorials. One last thing (little Apple humor), if you see ads like and and in posts, those offer you a chance to go shopping on amazon.com through me, that’s right folks I’m an amazon associate. Enough of this on with the tutorial.
• need to know how to copy and paste what are know as iFrames.
◦ a youtube account
1 select the videos you want to embed. for my examples I chose
3 to embed the videos you want to share with the world the old way click the links
5 click the button.
7 click the link. you should see
9 copy this code and paste it into your blog.
Examples from my history
When embeding youtube videos the old fashioned way it could be tedious but worthit. If your patient enough you can embed as many youtube videos as you want on your blog.
Ever wanted to watch a video wether it be a tv recording or this podcast on your iPod but didn’t know how to convert it to a format that’s compatible with the iPod? Have no fear Format Factory is here and in this tutorial I will teach you how to convert that video to an iPod compatible format using Format Factory then syncing said converted video to the iPod using iTunes.
- either a mac running bootcamp or a virtual machine or a windows machine
- Format Factory
- First you’ll need to obtain a video to convert to ipod that is either on your mac running windows or your pc running windows.
- Then open up Format Factory and open the video you want to convert.
- Once you do that select the video then select the format that best suits your iPod.
- As mentioned in the DVD Backup Tutorial click convert and go get something to drink.
- Once the video is done converting open up iTunes.
- Do one of the following:
- go to the file menu select Add File To Library and navigate to the folder where the file is stored
- simply drag the file into iTunes and if you have Keep Media folder organized and Copy files to media folder when adding to library checked iTunes will automatically copy the video into the media folder and organize it into the appropriate folder.
- Once you have the converted video in iTunes attach your iPod to either your windows machine or a mac running windows on bootcamp or virtualizing windows.
And there you have it. Your very own video to iPod conversion and sync system using Format Factory and iTunes in windows. This can work with any video you want to convert to iPod. Try it on any videos you plan on doing whether you’re a podcaster like me or a filmmaker this tutorial will work for anyone.
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a DVD of your choice like The Avengers
A mac machine
difficulty: very straight forward
This tutorial is for dvd backup and syncing to your apple device for later personal use
Insert a DVD you want to backup and sync to your ipod/ipad
Open up MakeMKV open the source disk select the title to backup and start the backup
open up handbrake select the file you created previously and select the device to convert for.
Click convert and just go get something to drink.
Once your dvd is done converting to the specified apple devices file format, open up itunes and add the newly converted video file to your library.
to sync the video as a TV show you’ll have to change it’s media kind to TV show, but if you’re syncing a movie leave it as a movie.
To sync the TV show/movie you backed up simply connect your ipod/ipad to your mac and itunes will go though the steps of syncing your ipod/ipad from prepping it for syncing to actually syncing it
There you have it your very own DVD backup and ipod/ipad syncing system.