Will that allow me to send the links without the sidebar links and only the Youtube video? When I had used cleantube, it removed the links from my computer but when I had sent them to a friend, all the sidebar links showed up. Now you suggested quiettube. does that remove the sidebars in the url so that when I send a video, all the recipient gets is the video and not the additional garbage? When I went to the quiettube website, it stated quiettube would allow me to view the videos from my computer without distractions. The question, then, is if I use the code that you sent above, would that remove the "distractions" when I send that video to friends or is it only removing them from my computer? I won't know until I send them and hear from someone or if you or someone here knows.
In other words, if I send the link to someone containing the Youtube video I want and then replace https: with http://quietube7.com/v.php/http: plus the link then create a tinyurl for that, will that send the link so others will receive it without the sidebar links? If so, that's great and solves my problem. I had thought that quiettube only edits the garbage out on my computer and not on the link but don't know.
Interestingly, once again, I took the URL that I had gotten from netvidhunter that worked yesterday for this site and within 24 hours, it doens't work (it has over 800 characters); only when I go to the site and right click on the video (it runs off the company site not Youtube), I can copy the URL. That brings up the Utube video with the annoying sidebars.
I am curious how that works. I would think that there has to be a wild card program that sets up aliases so that you can't get the parent URL, and it's these alias URL's that are captured. A random generator must be used so that once it sweeps the code, a new URL is created daily, making the previous one inactive. Seems like a counterproductive effort being these video links are used by the company sales team and if they can't get them, the company loses sales. Yet the Youtube links with all the annoying sidebars seem to work underneath this and they are permanent.
In fact, this is the first time I have ever seen a link grabbed that goes inactive in 24 hours as it's standard way of operating.
Edited by godzilla1347, 23 February 2015 - 07:32 PM.