Mp32Tube: Upload MP3 To YouTube

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If you ever tried uploading MP3 to YouTube you would know that YouTube does not support this feature. Until now the only way to upload the MP3 to Youtube was to convert it into a video file first and upload it as a video file.

Now you can avoid doing this and use Mp32Tube instead. Using this online application anyone can easily upload MP3’s to Youtube.com without converting anything. Go to Mp32Tube and select an MP3 file and the image that you want to use as a thumbnail on YouTube. Next choose whether you want it to be uploaded to your YouTube account or MP32Tube’s account. And then click on the “upload” button and wait for the URL. It mat take a few minutes before the file becomes accessible and playable online.

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The site does look kinda ugly but is certainly dose what it says. Currently Mp32Tube is completely free to use. However, premium accounts with more features (multiple image and file upload, no waiting times, faster speed) are likely to be introduced in the future.

Check out Mp32tube @ www.mp32tube.com

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doc

it’s half way towards something useful. but tbh i’d probably just create the video part myself. what i really want is a way of embedding the youtube ‘hosted’ mp3 in my blogger blog. a neat little player that doesn’t show any of the picture – any ideas?

doc

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phil shapiro

I really like this web service, but before I can blog about it on PCWorld.com I need to be able to upload a video to YouTube without the MP32Tube graphics overlay. It’s fine if MP32Tube text (and link) is included in my video description on YouTube, but the graphics overlay has to go.

I’d be willing to pay in order to do that.

Thanks again!

Phil Shapiro

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hae

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MP32tube

Thanks for the feedback doc, we’ll be working on providing blogger integration as an audio player.

Lucas
MP32Tube.com

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Bo

“… doesn’t show any of the picture…”: an easy way is to alter the embed code slightly: set the height of the embedded object to 25px (it has to be done twise in the code), and voila: an image free version of the youtube video.

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