Nuclei provides YouTube customers with the ability to automatically export, enrich, and archive all customer owned content published on YouTube, including:
- YouTube Videos
- YouTube Video Metadata
- YouTube Video Comments
The integration is based on the YouTube Data API, which enables Nuclei to access YouTube video metadata and archive YouTube video content in real-time. To enable connectivity customers must provide Nuclei with a list of the Channel IDs in scope using the following resource.
Once provisioned, Nuclei automatically polls the YouTube Data API for new channel activity as it occurs. New activity is retrieved automatically and made available for archival and further processing in other 3rd party applications including the Smarsh Connected Archive.
- You are the owner of the YouTube Account
- You are the copyright owner of the videos being archived and all related media
- If you are not the copyright owner, all videos and related media comply with requirements for "Fair Use".
- You have completed a new provisioning request and onboarding session with Nuclei
The following types of YouTube content is supported for compliance archiving:
- YouTube Videos (public)
- YouTube Video Comments
- YouTube Channel Comments
Archiving of private or age-restricted videos is not supported at present.
The following types of metadata are supported for each YouTube Video:
- Channel ID
- Channel Title
- Video Description
- Video ID
- Video Publish Date
- Video Title
The following types of metadata are supported for each YouTube Video Comment:
- Comment Publish Date
- Comment Body Text
- Commenter Channel ID
- Commenter Channel Display Name
- Related Video ID
- Related Video Title
The following archiving destinations are supported for YouTube Archiving:
- Dell EMC SourceOne
- Global Relay Archive
- Micro Focus Digital Safe
- Mimecast Cloud Archive
- Proofpoint Enterprise Archive
- Smarsh Enterprise Archive
- Smarsh Professional Archive
- Veritas Enterprise Vault
- ZL Unified Archive
Quick Start Guide
- Create new provisioning request with Nuclei
- Complete onboarding session to review configuration and downstream archiving requirements.
Utilization varies, and will depend on the downstream archive being used.
Example (Smarsh Professional Archive)
- Login to https://app.smarsh.com
- Select Search > New Search
- Select Content, and replace "All Content" with "YouTube"
- Select "Search"
- Select a YouTube video from the search results.
- Replay video.
- Review video comments.
For more information on the Smarsh Connected Archive, please visit Smarsh Central
- Create new deprovisioning request with Nuclei
For more information on Compliance Archiving for YouTube and for a demonstration of related capabilities please contact Nuclei's sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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