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If you are still using the Youtube search bar in 2023, you aren't going to make it. site:youtube.com is the way. Modern recommendation systems and content filters have made Youtube's search function completely useless. The same is true for Google itself, but there are ways around it thanks to the power of Google dorking.

Many old phone apps, including the official Youtube app itself, used to automatically fill the description with an advertisement for the app that was used to create/export the video.

site:youtube.com "This video was uploaded from an Android phone."

site:youtube.com "Video created with the Socialcam app on iPhone:"

These are the only two I have found so far, but I am certain there are many more dorks just like this one. If you're a fan of things like default filename tv, you're gonna love what you can find with this. You can input whatever text you want after these search queries, if you want to get a bit more specific with your searches.

 
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
"Morpheus Photo Morpher - http:⧸⧸www.morpheussoftware.net⧸" also works for finding videos uploaded with the morphius face morpher program
 
agree, YouTube's search algorithms are such dogshit now that it's more productive to search for things using another means more than half the time in my case
i noticed recently that Clipchamp does this as well. site:youtube.com "this video was made with clipchamp"
a lot of similar video editing utilities behave the same way with uploading automatic descriptions, but offhand i can't remember exact examples.
 
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    It sees the programs and samples just fine.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Oh yeah it works there now, I didn't use awave because it doesn't really have any useful formats for what I'm trying to do right now (though at this point I might as well get to work and Frankenstein an XS/XF version of this library)
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Wasn't in my plans but might as well
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    I did try to convert the version from archive.org to something more usable like GIGA (played by g-player or by exs24) but that went horribly wrong
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    G-player under logic (at least 2.0) is buggy as all hell
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    If it works for you, I guess it's fine. It really did not look to me like there was anything wrong with the ISO, after the track mode change.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Oh no the iso is fine, thanks for that
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    If the archive.org version is the one I think it is, it's exactly the same as the rutracker one.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Guess it was just a very sloppy conversion job to get it to fit on an AKAI CD
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    And it looks like it's also the same as the magesy one, too.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    anon said:
    If the archive.org version is the one I think it is, it's exactly the same as the rutracker one.
    it's half the size
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Seems to have less programs too
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    I don't know, I have three or four versions I got from different places.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    The archive.org one should be a little over 200mb
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    You are right that the archive.org one was smaller. It also was an ISO, and not a bin+cue.
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    Yup.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    Yeah forgot to mention it was an iso
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    Anyway, the AKAI stuff itself does not look particularly wrong. If anything, I guess something went wrong when ripping it; but it's really strange that it would result in a cue file with the wrong track type.
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    What's Mode 2 used for anyway? Never gave it a single thought
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    with that said I haven't burned a CD in well over a decade
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  • N (Guest) Notxeraser:
    I think the last time I did it was to burn a copy of SSBB to a DL DVD for some reason
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    I'm not sure. I think it's something to do with CD-XA.
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    Essentially, mixing CD-ROM and CD-DA tracks in a single CD.
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  • A (Guest) anon:
    Not sure what mode 2 would have to do with skipping the first 8 bytes, however.
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  • OPdbx @ OPdbx:
    how to embed video file in comment? not just name of file...
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    OPdbx @ OPdbx: how to embed video file in comment? not just name of file...
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