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My OS is windows 7 prof 64 bit.  At times I would like to use some of the video clips in my own application and thus would need to contact the author of the video or whoever who uploaded.  How do I find out who uploaded the video so that I could email him without having to put my request in the Comment section.  Thank u.
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click on the username in the line just under the video
 "Uploaded by <username> on Oct 10, 2011"

then on the right you should see

Created by <username>
(Block User | Send Message)

you should be able to send a message to the user
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thank u
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no problem
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