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YouTube & Royalty Free Music
Subscriber Account active since. A Google Home connects all of the other smart devices in your home, so you can use the Google Assistant to play music, control your smart lights, answer questions, and more. To play a YouTube video on your smart TV through Google Home, simply ask the Google Assistant to play the video on the device, and it should work, as long as you've set it up properly. However, even if you don't have a smart TV or compatible device, you can still play YouTube videos through your Google Home. You won't be able to watch the video, but it's quite useful for playing music, or listening to audio like podcasts. If you ask your Google Home to play YouTube on a speaker, though, it will inform you that you can only play videos on video devices.
Open the Audio Library
You can use the YouTube Audio Library to get royalty-free production music to use in your videos. You can search by track title, artist, or keyword to find a certain track. Results can be sorted if you click on the date added, length, artists or song title column. Currently, sound effects are only available through this link to the classic Audio Library. To sample a track, click Play.
Google Inc. The GAUDI tool will initially be available only for YouTube election videos, though Google said it plans to eventually offer it for use with other videos. GAUDI works like this: A user types a query into a search box, and then he can refine search results using channel filters, which correspond to one or more YouTube channels. The search results include a thumbnail of the video, its title, the time since it was published, the duration and the number of times the query terms are spoken in the video, Google said. Users can click on a result to display the video itself. Mentions of the query terms are shown as yellow markers on the YouTube player timeline. Users can mouse over a yellow marker to read the transcript of the words.