Chemeketa faculty, staff and students have access to YouTube using their Chemeketa Gmail accounts. To get started view the YouTube Instructions below.
Video tutorial: how to upload video to youtube, control privacy settings and share your video with others.
How to Upload Video to YouTube
Faculty and staff can use these instructions to upload video to their Chemeketa YouTube Accounts.
Steps for How To Upload YouTube Video
- Go to http://youtube.com Click the Sign In button in the top right corner of the page.
- Sign into YouTube using your Chemeketa Gmail address and password.
- Correct: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Incorrect: email@example.com
- Click the Upload button in the top right of your screen.
- To setup YouTube for the first time, complete the account profile questions and click the Continue button.
- From the Upload page:
- Choose the Unlisted privacy setting.
- Click Select files to upload in the center of the page.
- Update any information for your video such as the title and description and privacy settings.
- Note: Unlisted in Privacy Settings will restrict access to only those people you share the link to your video with. More more information on YouTube privacy controls visit YouTube Help on Privacy.
- Click the Done button.
- Once your video has completely uploaded and completed processing on YouTube, click on the link to go to the viewing page.
- From the viewing page click on the Share tab underneath your video.
- You can copy the URL and post within your eLearn course or email to your instructor.
How to Get Longer Uploads on YouTube
Find out how to verify your account with Youtube to upload longer videos.
Chemeketa faculty, staff and students have access to YouTube using their Chemeketa Gmail accounts. To get started login to http://youtube.com using your Chemeketa Gmail username and password.
Want to know how to get uploads longer than 15 minutes on YouTube? You just need to verify your account and be in good standing. You can get started with verification by going to http://youtube.com/verify. You’ll be asked to provide a phone number for account verification, so we can send you a verification code via voice call or SMS.
Learn more at YouTube Help.http://youtu.be/82HhSG7q9g4
About YouTube Closed Captions
YouTube uses speech recognition technology to automatically make captions available. Since these are automatically generated, the quality of the captions are often not accurate. As the video owner you can edit the captions to improve accuracy or upload your own caption files.
Search YouTube for Captioned Video
Search YouTube for videos captioned by owners (not auto-captioned).
- Enter your search term in the YouTube search field.
- Add “, CC” after your keywords (keyword, CC)
- Click Enter to search.
- YouTube will then only display search results for videos that have closed captions added by owners.
You are not expected to caption videos you or Chemeketa did not produce. However you should consider searching for captioned media first.