Video Uploader for YouTube
Developer: CodeCraft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Current Version: 3.1.0
Last Updated: 9 days ago
Download Size: 13.7 MB - Download
Powered by Apple's Share Extension feature, Video Uploader lets you to directly upload videos from Photos, Finder and Desktop to YouTube.
You are just a click away before sharing your favourite videos on YouTube.
Drag and drop as many videos as you like and Video Uploader for YouTube will upload all of them for you.
Keep a track of your video from the Upload History. Get the video link, views information, likes, dislikes anytime right here.
Right click and share on the video file for a quick share.
Batch Uploader - upload multiple videos
Drag and drop feature support.
Apply property to all videos - Apply video property (tags, category etc.) to all the videos in queue
Select thumbnail of your choice
Uploading Status - Know what is your uploading speed and estimated time remaining to upload
Upload History - Know the properties of what you have uploaded previously
Edit video metadata after uploading in History section
Video Preview - Inspect your video before uploading it
Playlist selection - Upload videos to your playlist created on YouTube
Easy to use.
Video Uploader is a third party app for YouTube.
Google sign in required.
Make sure the checkbox is enabled for Video Uploader for YouTube in extension settings of system preferences. - “System Preference > Extensions > Share Menu“.
Share Extension only supported OS X El Capitan version - 10.11 and above.
- Supports Creating Playlist in the app
Most Helpful Reviews
The Photos extension Apple or Google should be providing - Photos lacks a YouTube extension that make is easy to share directly to the service. And Photos makes it just a little harder than iPhoto as Apple has since frustratingly disabled the “Reveal in Finder” function for locating the original photo or video (allowing you to bypass export). So most people resort to exporting videos and then manually uploading them to YouTube in multuple steps. This extension brings all of those steps into one dialog and supports multiple video uploads per pass. It worked fine with the latest Google auth methods including 2 factor (aka Google “two step authentication”). I tested it with OS X El Capitan (10.11.6)/Photos 1.5 and macOS Sierra (10.12.1)/Photos 2.0. I found this almost by accident (in an Apple forum thread) and I am glad I did. I’m actually shocked it appears I’m the first reviewer. Well worth the 99 cents! Great work by CodeCraft, I hope they continue to support it.
Junk - I have wonderful speeds here for my internet, but couldn’ achieve more than 0.31 kb/s upload……….in otherwards like 110 hours to upload…..On a mac book pro fully loaded, 25mp upload speeds on internet