YouTube Tip: How to ‘Watch Later’

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: January 9, 2012

Category: Videos

Hey Folks,
Really quick post here and one that’s not directly Photography or Photoshop related but regarding watching videos on YouTube. I originally posted this on my Google+ and Facebook pages and infact I’m not 100% sure that this facility wasn’t around before YouTube’s recent upgrade but hey I’ve just discovered, love it and thought I’d share it; just incase you were unaware.

If there’s a video you want to watch on YouTube but just don’t have the time you can always add it to you Watch Later folder and here’s how to do it…

Step 1
Underneath the video player you’ll see a section titled Add to. If you click on this you’ll see the option to Watch Later

Step 2
Then to view that very same video later on just go to your Channel and you’ll see the Watch Later folder there amongst others such as Favourites, History and so on…

Ok so maybe not earth shattering but just a nifty little utility I’ve found myself using quite a bit lately, oh and if you’ve not seen it yet be sure to check out my own YouTube page here [Link]
Enjoy 🙂

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1 Comment

  1. Joe Casillas

    Hi Glyn,

    I am wondering if you ever had an image that had the person clothing wrinkled? Not just a little. a lot of wrinkles. I have a client that sends me images that the talent clothing has wrinkles on the clothing. I had told the client to make sure when shooting the talent to make sure that the clothing has been steamed or ironed out. No such luck. So, I have to clone out all the wrinkles out of the dresses/suits that takes me mostly all day to retouch. I am wondering if you could do a tutorial on how to remove wrinkles out of clothing without losing details of texture, shadow/highlights. Could it be done and quickly? Did you ever did a tutorial and if so. Where could I view the online tutorial? Thank you for any help in this problem I have.

    ~Joe

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