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New: November 25th 2006 - Video from YouTube can now be placed in Lostpedia using simple markup.
New: November 27th 2006 - Video from Google video can now be placed in Lostpedia using simple markup.
Please note that spoiler content is still not permitted in YouTube videos. Content such as Ryan Ozawa's Lost Updates will be removed, as they contain major spoilers.

Videos of episode content, rather than fan created videos using episode content will also be removed.

What constitutes fan created content

  • Parodies
  • Fan films
  • Content which contains very short clips of episodes, but is not entirely or majoritarily TV originated content.

What doesn't constitute fan created content

  • Music videos - In the majority, this content is entirely taken from episodes, and the music used over the content is illegally used also.

Adding a video

To add a video, you need the id code for the video. The easiest way to get this is to look at the URL of the video from YouTube or Google Video page. The string of numbers and letters after the "v=" in the URL is the id code. For example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvQScRuZj9s. The id code is NvQScRuZj9s. For Google Video you need the docid. For example http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-2723280415645626938. The doc id is : -2723280415645626938

Videos are embedded with the code:

<youtube></youtube>
<googlevideo></googlevideo>

The id for the video you want to show goes between the tags:

<youtube>id code</youtube> 
<googlevideo>docid</googlevideo>

So for the video above, the code would be:

<youtube>NvQScRuZj9s</youtube> 
<googlevideo>-2723280415645626938</googlevideo>

This would display:

or <googlevideo>-2723280415645626938</googlevideo>

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