How to stop YT from recording / posting live streams?

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Re: How to stop YT from recording / posting live streams?

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bido101 wrote: Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:38 pm [*] Private - effectively only the owner can see it. Kind of like a "soft" delete. But the video is still up on YouTube's servers. Even if someone has the URL, once marked private, it cannot be seen.
Talking with others, "Private" means that people have to be sent an invite via email to see it. A shared URL will not work.

Not terribly practical for what we're doing, but good to know if there's a need for such a limited distribution. It might be useful when we move into the "for shut-ins only" phase of webcasting.
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Re: How to stop YT from recording / posting live streams?

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russellhltn wrote: Wed Oct 20, 2021 1:13 pm
bido101 wrote: Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:38 pm [*] Private - effectively only the owner can see it. Kind of like a "soft" delete. But the video is still up on YouTube's servers. Even if someone has the URL, once marked private, it cannot be seen.
It might be useful when we move into the "for shut-ins only" phase of webcasting.
Not really. An invite to view a Private video can only be made to individuals having a YouTube account. For shut-ins only, an Unlisted URL works much better, where anyone with the URL can view the webcast, without the requirement of having a YT account.
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