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How To Show Unavailable Videos On Youtube?
Absolutely! You have the freedom to add the same video multiple times.
Previously, you could achieve this directly on the video, but that option is no longer available.
To add the video multiple times, open the playlist and choose “Edit.” On the following page, click on “Add Videos” (located below the title, slightly to the right). Then, select “URL” and paste the video’s URL before clicking “Add.” Simple!
A notification will appear on the right, indicating the number of duplicate videos found. However, you can safely ignore it.
Is there a way to access unavailable YouTube videos?
Tip #1: Restart Your Browser, YouTube, and Router
If you encounter the error message “This video is not available,” try restarting your browser, YouTube, and router. This will clear any cached data and cookies that might be causing the issue.
To restart your browser, click on the “Menu” button in the top-right corner, then select “Exit.” Afterward, open your browser again and try accessing the video.
For restarting YouTube, go to the “Settings” menu and choose “Restart.” Then, open YouTube again and attempt to access the video.
To restart your router, unplug it from the power outlet and wait for 30 seconds. Plug it back in and wait for it to boot up. Once it’s up and running, try accessing the video again.
Tip #2: Change the Video Quality on YouTube
Another method to watch unavailable YouTube videos is by changing the video quality. Sometimes, videos are only unavailable in certain countries due to differences in preferred video quality.
For example, a video might be available in 360p in one country but only 480p in another. By changing the video quality to 360p, you might be able to watch the video.
Also, keep in mind that if a video was recorded in low quality (e.g., 240p or 360p), it won’t be available in high resolution (e.g., 720p or 1080p). To adjust the video quality, follow these steps (works on computers, not mobile networks):
1. Click on the gear icon in the bottom-right corner of the video player.
2. Select a lower video quality from the drop-down menu.
Tip #3: Use a VPN
The most common way to watch unavailable YouTube videos is by using a VPN (Virtual Private Network). A VPN allows you to change your IP address and access geo-restricted content.
To use a VPN, sign up for a reputable service like ExpressVPN or NordVPN. Download and install the VPN software, then connect to a server in a country where the video is available. For example, if the video is only available in the US, connect to a US-based server.
Once connected to the VPN, go to YouTube and watch the video you want.
Tip #4: Check Your Internet Connection Speed
Google recommends a minimum download speed of 500 kbps (kilobits per second) to view YouTube videos, and at least 7 Mbps (megabits per second) for high-definition videos. If your download speed is too slow, the YouTube video may not play.
You can check your internet’s download speed by using a reputable internet testing website like Speedtest.net. Evaluate the download speed, and if it’s below 500+ Kbps, it could be the cause of the issue.
Why some videos are hidden on YouTube?
If your video is found to be in violation of our policies, it may be set to private. When a video is set as private, it will not be visible to the public. Even if a viewer has a direct link to the video, it will appear as unavailable.
Unavailable videos on YouTube cannot be shown due to various reasons, such as copyright issues or content restrictions. There is currently no known method to bypass these restrictions and access unavailable videos.