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My question (my first, hope it's ok) is like this:

I film weddings. I want to post them online, using youtube. The problem is the audio which is often marked as "not my content". Is it possible to embed youtube and when someone presses a play button the video to start playing and a (hidden) audio track to start as well? Sync'd, I mean.

Thank you for your time!

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You can do this on a website you own using the Youtube API by playing an embedded youtube video without sound and at the same time embedding a sound file on your website which plays when you press play on the youtube player. This requires a web developer who knows javascript.

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