One idea that might help is to download the highest resolution video
possible using either youtube-dl <https://youtube-dl.org/> (their github
was DCMA'd but it is still available through pip) or invidious
<https://invidious.snopyta.org/>. Then you could play them locally with VLC
<https://www.videolan.org/>, which has controls for zooming video. Note
that while both the tools above are very useful for archival purposes,
their use may be a violation of the YouTube user agreement.
Best of luck,
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020 at 11:29 PM Tim McMahon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> That 360p there makes me think you were viewing a low-res version of the
> video. The video in the link loaded in 1080p for me and the text was
> smaller than I'd like be still clear enough to read. It was not clear
> enough when I switched to 360p.
> On 10/26/20 11:51 AM, charles meyer wrote:
> > Here’s just one example … 360p - LEARN DAVINCI RESOLVE 16.1 IN 15
> MINUTES -
> > Quick Start Guide for Beginners - YouTube.mkv
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4o-XE-DorMw
> > Thank you!
> > Charles.
> *Tim McMahon*
> West Liberty Public Library
Andrew Ward (he/him/his)
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Troy Public Library