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No, you cannot, and this is a good thing for privacy reasons. Using the YouTube Data API v3 you can get general statistics for a list of videos as part of a contentDetails structure: "statistics": { "viewCount": unsigned long, "likeCount": unsigned long, "dislikeCount": unsigned long, "favoriteCount": unsigned long, "commentCount": ...


It's not very clear what they mean. If you look further down on the same page it says it accepts 5.1 @ 512 kbps. Recommended audio bitrates for uploads Mono 128 kbps Stereo 384 kbps 5.1 512 kbps YouTube doesn't currently support 5.1 playback. If you upload a 5.1 audio track it gets converted to stereo.


First, get ffmpeg. Generally, you want to give YouTube the highest quality you can because it will re-encode anything you give it, but the formats used in MXF can be mental for uploading. So re-encoding to modern formats for a more manageable upload often makes sense. Example ffmpeg -i input.mxf \ -filter_complex "[0:a:0][0:a:1]amerge" \ -ac 2 -c:v ...


I recommend not to host the video files on your web server, but to upload them to YouTube and only embed the YouTube link on your web page. You can even define that your videos won't show up on searches, but are only served when using the link (from your website). The reason is that these videos add significant load to your web server and bandwidth. And if ...

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