March 15, 2020

A Bitchute Question

The blog's crack team of embed management technicians has encountered a conundrum. 

(Actual footage of our North American IT department at work.)

If someone is watching an embedded a Bitchute video, is there any way to watch it on Bitchute the same way one can with Youtube? Given Bitchute's diffident search engine, this seems like it's another hurdle for new channels to get traction. 

Obviously this has no real impact on the blog's active channel, which has had 6 posts in 14 months. The active Bitchute channel is just to post videos for this blog especially stuff that's likely to be taken down by You-Tube. I don't create much content and don't migrate stuff unless it's run afoul the YT censorbots.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 05:30 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Yeah, I've run into this issue several times on this blog.    I have figured out a workaround.   1. Hit F12 to bring up the page code 2. Look for a link that looks like: https:/// 3. Copy and paste into URL bar 4. Change 'embed' to 'video' and hit enter
Or alternately the person posting the video embed int he blog could include a link to the page with the video

Posted by: StargazerA5 at Sun Mar 15 18:48:12 2020 (BqCPe)

2 Yeah, that works. Besides revealing that I suck at puzzle games, I was genuinely curious as to whether I was missing something obvious.

Something else obvious. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun Mar 15 19:35:08 2020 (5iiQK)

3 I'll update the Bitchute tag to display a link for people to click on, until they can get their player sorted out.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sun Mar 15 19:54:20 2020 (PiXy!)

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