YouTube is a video-sharing platform that allows users to watch, like, share, comment on, and submit videos. PCs, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones can all use the video service. YouTube makes it simple for users to upload and share videos on the internet.
YouTube videos can be about anything that someone wants to make a video about. These movies are simple to post on social media, via email, and on websites, and they may even be embedded in other sites. YouTube makes money from AdSense adverts, sponsorships with well-known businesses, and affiliate links.
Only until you’ve made $100 or more from adverts on your channel and videos will YouTube pay you. On April 22, 2005, YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim created the first YouTube channel “jawed,” making him the first YouTuber.
How to watch Youtube videos frame by frame
If you want to pause a specific frame in a video, first pause it, then hit the period or full-stop key to forward frame by frame and comma for previous frame.
Pause the video then click . for forward frames and , for previous frames
Play and pause can also be done by pressing the space bar.
Press L to fast forward 10 seconds in a video.
Press J if you wish to go back 10 seconds.
Shift N will take you to the next video. When I say skip to the next video, it will either play the next video in the current playlist or the Up Next video from the suggested video column.
Press Shift P to return to the previous video, albeit this only seemed to work for me while I was watching a playlist.
Show (the majority of) shortcuts: Shift+?
The video will start and stop when you press K on your keyboard.
Press Shift period to increase the speed of a video’s playback. You can go all the way up to double speed with this.
Press Shift comma to slow down a video, and you can go all the way down to a quarter speed.
The number keys can be used to skip through a video in 10% increments. For instance, pressing five will take you to the halfway point of the video. To get to 90% of the way through the video, press nine.
Return to the beginning of the video by pressing zero.
Press C to enable or disable captions or subtitles on videos.
Press O to cycle through the brightness of a paragraph.
Press W to change the transparency of the caption backgrounds.
Use the minus key to reduce the font size.
Use the + key to enhance the text size of the subtitles and captions.
W, A, S, and D are your camera pan controls for 360 VR, allowing you to view the VR video in 360 degrees.
The + button in 360/VR zooms in.
The minus button zooms out in 360/VR.
Zoom in and out are controlled by the plus and minus buttons.
M mutes and unmutes your videos, and there are three settings for changing the size of the video playback.
F toggles the video’s full-screen mode on and off.
T will change the video’s theatre mode on and off.
Finally, I’ll place the video into mini-player mode, which will also take you away from the video viewing page.
Up arrow to increase loudness by 5%.
Reduce the volume by 5%: arrow to the right.
Back up 5 seconds: arrow to the left
5 seconds forward: arrow to the right