If you do a "show>page source" from your browser drop down menu, and  
then scan the text for the "object", the object reveals the direct  
url to the video, in this case on Google video, the flash file which  
is in fact there. You would just add the root url to the address  
listed in quotes.

On Dec 23, 2005, at 1:21 AM, Jay dedman wrote:

>> Has anyone been keeping up with Google Video? I'm starting to think
>> that it may be a good solution for people who are just starting out
>> or want to incorporate video into their site with links, kinda like
>> people use flickr (an off-site compilation).
>> I just gave it a shot this week. If you have a gmail account, you
>> just login and upload a video. It's pretty much that easy. They have
>> assured me up and down and I have it in writing that they can not own
>> it or do anything if I decide to take the video down one day.
> does the video get aggregated in your feed?
> or do you just link to the page with the flash player?
> Jay
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