Learn how to copy any existing YouTube playlist, which may or may not be owned by you, into your own YouTube account.
If you happen to really like a YouTube playlist, the best thing would be that you clone that YouTube playlist into your YouTube account. It’s like saving an exact copy of a web page to your disk – if the original disappears, you aren’t affected.
The previous version of YouTube included a handy feature for copying video playlists but they seem to have dropped it earlier this year. Not a problem as there’s a new web tool – Copy YouTube Playlists – that will let you copy any playlist to your account.
To get started, sign-in with your YouTube account and allow the app to access your Youtube account. Now enter any YouTube playlist URL (like this one) and set the privacy of your new cloned playlist – it can be either public or private (only visible to you).
When you hit the Submit button, that playlist will be copied to your own YouTube account in 5 seconds. The tool uses the YouTube API and the source code is available on ctrlq.org.
Copy YouTube Playlists : http://goo.gl/VhWXEw