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I have a video from my simulation and would like to add the link to my journal article. However, I do not want to post it on YouTube since I do not want my video next to some random video. Are there websites dedicated solely for this purpose?

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  • The journal may usually include your videos, animations through hosting links. Ask the editor/contact at the journal.
    – dearN
    Mar 20, 2014 at 19:55
  • @drN Thanks. However, I am looking for something like GitHub where I can share my code. Mar 20, 2014 at 20:07
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    I don't understand the argument: "However, I do not want to post it on YouTube since I do not want my video next to some random video". Other videos are not science-related... so what? (BTW: video abstract of New Journal of Physics are on YT: youtube.com/user/NewJournalofPhysics). (That said, there may be other arguments against YouTube for scientific content - e.g. data preservation.) Mar 20, 2014 at 22:59
  • If you post to YouTube you can set the visibility (public/unlisted/private). If you choose unlisted anyone with the link can see it but YouTube will not list it, which seems to be part of your concern.
    – earthling
    Jan 19, 2015 at 12:13

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Usually the journal will host the videos as supplementary material, but if you want to host it externally, there are options. For example, figshare (see also this blog post).

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