Sometimes I have the desire to slow down the connection speed on my computer or the Internet. This was one of those times. I wanted to get my video files in the cloud. I was going to take a picture and put it up on my Facebook wall, but I’m not sure if I did enough to get my video files in the cloud.
The good news is that it’s possible to do exactly this. The bad news is that there’s no guarantee that the video file will actually be there in the first place. It’s possible that your computer might have been infected with a virus or something like that, and the virus might just have infected your computer and it’s not letting you download the file in the first place.
The good news is that you can probably still view it on your phone, and that the video is most likely being saved on your computer. The bad news is that you could very well be downloading the video file instead of viewing it.
The good news is that you can click on the link below and download the video. The bad news is that doing so might not actually actually allow you to view it.
That’s where the virus might be hiding. You can access the link below to download the video file. And yeah, there may have been a virus trying to mess with your connection or your router, but that’s something that you’d have to have the file saved to view.
The good news is that there is a workaround. Once you click the link, you’ll see a message that says “download as much as you want”. But there is also another way. You can right-click on the link and “Save Link As” to save the video to your computer. Then you can download it at your leisure.
The weird thing is that it seems to be working. Youtube says it is down for maintenance and when I tried to access it from my phone, it was unusable, and I was able to download the video by linking to it. I don’t know if this is an exploit or if the video is just messed up, but either way, I can now play the video on my phone.
The weird thing is that the video is in MP4 format. Apparently the MP4 decoder is not yet enabled for YouTube. As soon as I enabled it, the video worked fine. But I wonder if this is a bug or if YouTube is just lying to us.
All my friends who played the video know that I have downloaded and downloaded the video from the YouTube webpage to play on my phone, and they all know that my uploader is a friend of mine but I have not heard of him.