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    Delutube and other sites that could recover deleted, but still cached, YouTube videos are no longer working.

    Does anyone know if there is an equivalent site that has kept up with YouTube's "upgrades"?

    Also, I don't know if this is kosher to ask here, but does anyone know how to view private YouTube videos if you have the URL?
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  2. You need to know the Video ID from the end of the YouTube link. A few sites play deleted YouTube videos. They are all not the same. I’ve tested a deleted video ID on all 3 sites but one of it reported that it could not find deleted video. So if you desperately need to watch a deleted video, try on all of the sites and you might get to watch it. Try this:
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  3. You can ssk for help to the Support Team:
    1. Sign in to your YouTube channel and go down to the bottom of the page and click on “Help”.
    2. Then, click “Need More Help” and then click on “Get Creator Support”.
    3. Here, a list of categories will be visible; you have to select your issue and click “Email Support”. Aside from that, you can also click “Contact the Creator Support Team” link.

    You can Recover Deleted YouTube Videos with data recovery tools
    It's an easy and quick way. Many recovery tools can retrieve deleted YouTube videos, such as Bitwar Data Recoevry, wondershare, recuva, etc.

    You can Recover Deleted YouTube videos from Internet Archive
    1. Access your channel’s YouTube email account, to get relevant information related to your old uploaded videos.
    2. Look for the URL of the deleted video file. After you find it, click on it, but we can confirm that the video can’t be played.
    3. After you have got the URL, you have to go to and paste the URL of the video files that were deleted. Paste it on the search box and click on “Browser History”.
    4. After that, your YouTube video upload history will come up on the screen. Here you will find all the videos uploaded by you along with their upload date.
    5. Now that you have received all the available information associated with the deleted video, you can download it again.

    you can also Restore from a Backup File if you have a backup.

    Good luck
    Last edited by Cheayol; 21st Oct 2019 at 02:47.
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  4. The above reply is mostly irrelevant to the question asked 10 yers earlier (!), but the question itself was interesting.
    Are there websites currently working for that purpose ? Thanks.
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