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Edit YouTube Video (change Audio)

Posted on 2014-09-19
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How do I log into YouTube to edit a video for someone other than myself?

I have the customer Login Info, but Google, in it's always assuming it knows what you want manner, will not accept that login.

What is the trick?

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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:Joshua Grantom
ID: 40332897
logout of your youtube account and clear your browsing history. Then login with their info.
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 40332920
Does not work, I'm guessing I DO NOT have the right login info.
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by:Joshua Grantom
ID: 40332928
Yea I think they may have given you the wrong info. They most likely have their youtube account linked to gmail or some other google service.
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by:Paul Sauvé
ID: 40333150
You should be able to download the YouTube video in any case.

So, once you have downloaded it, modify the soundtrack and send it off to your client.
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by:Merete
ID: 40334037
rkorts as a youtube user I have to have a Google+ account, not that I wanted it, and I don't have my YouTube linked to google+
If this user has his youtube linked to Google+ logging in from a different computer he may have to either give you his log in details for Google+ then from there you open his YouTube account.
Also ask him has he has logged out of his YTB and google+ account.
Google
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 40358402
I'm back to this, went to YouTube.com, can't figure out how to try to log in.

Is it Manage Subscriptions?  That would seem odd.

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by:Merete
ID: 40358448
Go to Youtube
http://www.youtube.com/ if your browser/s is set to remember password your logged into already and won't see those login, use the bottom one to login to Google and go straight t youtube, I saved that URL from youtube otherwise I have to go via Google+
Are you logging in to a friends YTB then please don't save his password on your system.
Login to Youtube
Once logged in click on the Avatar top right
click on creator studio>on the left panel click on Video manager
all the video he has are on the right, click in that little box to edit>expand that arrow and choose the edit topic
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 40358455
I HATE it that Google does that. Makes everything SOOOOOOOOOOO much more difficult.

But they (will shortly) rule the world, so what can we do?

Don't know what you mean by the bottom one. There is no login on the footer of my YouTube page.

Where is the "bottom" one?
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by:Paul Sauvé
ID: 40358475
When I type www.youtube.com in a new window, here is what I see in Chrome if I am 1) signed on 2) NOT signed on to my Google account:youtube
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by:Merete
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Look at my snap see the two sign in?  in your browser
The bottom one in blue will take you to the page all in one then youtube
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 40358483
So you are inferring that I am signed on ALL the time.

How do I get unsigned on?

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by:Merete
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ID: 40358506
Log out sign out by left clicking on the Avatar
sign out
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Paul Sauvé earned 250 total points
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in 4 steps: sign out -> sign in different acct -> add acct -> enter Client ACCT + Client PSWD....
YTB
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by:Richard Korts
ID: 40359941
I figured it out, it was already logged in to the customer account.

Must have remembered from the last time.

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by:Paul Sauvé
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yes - google generally 'remembers' your last logon for quite some time, unless you clear out the cookie cache...
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by:Merete
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That's good to hear rkorts
Not to take anything away from Paulsauave
I did ask you  to check that in my comment back here
http:#a40334037
If this user has his youtube linked to Google+ logging in from a different computer he may have to either give you his log in details for Google+ then from there you open his YouTube account.
Also ask him has he has logged out of his YTB and google+ account.
Regards Merete
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