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Broadcast your YouTube-playlists

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People using YouTube-playlists do so on their YouTube-channels, most of the time. But we don't need YouTube to broadcast our YouTube-playlists. We only need YouTube to create them and to determine our playlist-number(s). If you want to broadcast your playlists outside any channel, do the following.

Go to (You have to create a YouTube account if you are 'new').
Create a playlist and add videos to it by clicking on 'add videos', or simply add new videos to an already existing playlist.
There's a link on your page that allows you to manage all your playlists. Click on it.
This will show your playlist(s) together with an option to edit it / them. Click on the edit button of a given playlist.
Click on the 'Share' button (of the playlist) that shows up. This yiels the URL of the playlist. At the end of the URL you have 'list=some number', where some number is something like PL19C52D08D0EF69FC.
Using this listnumber, you can play all the videos attached to it by using a (new) URL like:
where EYfd7HipW-Q is the ID of the first video of the playlist having PL19C52D08D0EF69FC.
You can put the (new) URL in the address-bar, you can use it as the src of an iframe, etc.
Using it in an iframe would yield something like:
<iframe style="width:400px; height: 400px" src=";start=0&amp;autoplay=1&amp;rel=0&amp;showinfo=0&amp;autohide=0"></iframe>
Of course you can use well-known methods for changing the URL of an iframe to dynamically produce any number of playlists you want. I made a quick example HERE.

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Updated 07-19-2011 at 07:55 PM by molendijk

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