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holt:
Sometimes on Youtube I can't find any date for when the video was made. Is there actually none posted, or how or where do I find it?

Deozaan:
Sometimes on Youtube I can't find any date for when the video was made. Is there actually none posted, or how or where do I find it?
-holt (December 08, 2019, 06:26 PM)
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IainB:
@holt:
Sometimes on Youtube I can't find any date for when the video was made. Is there actually none posted, or how or where do I find it?
-holt (December 08, 2019, 06:26 PM)
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Do you mean when the video was actually made, or simply when that particular YouTube item (file) was posted onto YouTube?
I don't think the actual "made" date would necessarily be known/given and would not form part of the file metadata if you downloaded it.
Otherwise, the date that video file was posted onto YouTube usually/always(?) seems to be given. You could also presumably see the same metadata on the channel of the person who posted that video, where all their videos will be listed.
I usually make a note in CHS (Clipboard Help & Spell) of the video title, the YouTube source link and the date it was posted when I download a YouTube video.

holt:
Sometimes on Youtube I can't find any date for when the video was made. Is there actually none posted, or how or where do I find it?
-holt (December 08, 2019, 06:26 PM)
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-Deozaan (December 08, 2019, 06:32 PM)
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Yes, that is where the date is supposed to appear, but it does not always do so.

when that particular YouTube item (file) was posted onto YouTube
-IainB (December 08, 2019, 08:10 PM)
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Sorry, I meant '...when that particular YouTube item (file) was posted onto YouTube.'

wraith808:
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