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    Christopher's Avatar
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    Jan 16, 2007
    When you embed a youtube video...
    Is youtube still hosting it? You're just accessing their server remotely?

    Or do you have to host it and use your own bandwidth? I'm talking about the few lines of html code available on some videos.

    Thanks for any replies!
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    Youtube still host it

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    rcronin's Avatar
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    Dec 20, 2006
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    I did this a while ago on a site -

    It's hosted on You Tube and but it views on your page pretty seemlessly, IMO. It has their logo on it. Not many things are totally free.
    Web & Graphic Designer, LLL Leader, teacher (in my previous life; pre-kids) and Mama to my two daughters (who think the Apple booty is theirs)

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