We’ve shown you how to post videos directly from your iPhone to YouTube on multiple iOS operating systems, including iOS 7 – but now it’s time to take things up a notch and show you how to post full 1080P HD video. In the past this was impossible, but with the help of a sleek app called YouTube Capture, it’s as simple as sharing via any other method.
It’s been over a year since I blogged my screen-shot laden iPhone to YouTube upload tutorial… but those were iOS 6 instructions. Well, iOS 7 was released 5 months ago and today with the new operating system being installed on 80%+ of supported devices, I thought it was probably time for an updated walk-through.
Did you know it’s possible to post your YouTube videos directly to your Facebook profile and your Twitter account? Today we’ll show you how to adjust settings inside of your YouTube account so that new uploads, comments, and more are automatically posted to your social media accounts.
Uploading videos from your iPhone couldn’t be easier… once you know how to do it. If you’re like me, your first instinct was to try to upload via the YouTube app, only to discover this isn’t possible. It seems that Apple has tried so hard to make the process dummy-proof they ignore what many of us would view as the more intuitive way to make this process happen. At any rate, once you’ve read this post I guarantee that you’ll be a YouTubing machine.
Just when you think Google’s search results couldn’t get any smarter, they go and create the Knowledge Graph. But what happens when other “smarter search results” features show up due to misunderstood search intent? Google’s good, but it’s still AI (artificial intelligence) so every once and a while we spot search results that have us scratching our heads. Today we examine one of those examples and briefly analyze Burlington and Winooski Knowledge Graph information.
Since Google acquired YouTube in 2006, they’ve increasingly found ways to attempt to coerce you into creating a Google account to use the video service. More recently it seemed like you no longer had a choice at all (no opt out offered), and that will almost certainly be the case soon, but some clever people have found a “trick” that seems to work for now. But you should know the other workarounds for when Google kills the “trick”.
I’m sure we can all agree that it’s annoying to walk down the sidewalk behind someone who is trying to text while walking, even though most of us probably do it ourselves… but I ran across a clip yesterday that should give us all pause the next time we think about engaging in this obnoxious […]
By now you’ve heard all of the hype over the Google’s Project Glass, but even that promo video we all saw was called “Project Glass: One day…” because it’s not anywhere even close to being ready yet. Microsoft saw the opportunity to capitalize on the hype and is rushing the release of their new Windows Glasses. Check out the amazing promo.