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YouTube is a site that allows users to upload videos. Unlike most sites, YouTube does not allow the uploader to restrict what videos they put on the site. Although every video uploaded to YouTube is public, YouTube allows certain videos to be private to certain people. In particular, YouTube allows videos to be restricted to users who have the “Views” permissions. This is because you can only see your own videos if you have this permission. You can read more about this here.
YouTube is also not a reliable source for data. In fact, it’s a common source of error. You can read more about this here.
What’s even worse is that YouTube does not seem to be able to get the video’s video id’s from the server. It also does not seem to be able to get the video id’s from the publisher. If you have the VIEW permissions, you can see your own video (which is what it’s supposed to be) but you can’t see all the videos with this permission.
Youtube seems to be down for a couple of days now, but you can read more here.
Well, as you probably know, Youtube’s servers are always down for a few days or weeks before being completely restored. The problem here is that they still don’t have the video ids of every video. If you have VIEW permissions and you can see your own video id, you can see your first video id which is the one you uploaded to the account.
You can read more about this here.
That doesn’t explain why it is so slow to load. It’s possible the video id’s are missing, but there might be a different problem. Maybe Youtube is too busy to get the video ids all at once, or maybe there is a problem with the video id’s.
Well, first of all, the video ids all need to be manually loaded into a list. Maybe it’s the number of video ids or the size of the video ids that are the problem. Either way, it’s not like a video ids wont load for no reason. The fact that the video ids aren’t working for any normal user is more than a little concerning.
Maybe there is a problem with the video ids, and not a problem with Youtube. I know that Youtube is designed to load different types of videos into different parts of the system, but I dont know what other videos are there that arent loading.