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An easy, free to use service that loops Youtube videos on a infinite way. We just use public Youtube tools as documented on their website.
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Also view count on Youtube website is not affected by looped content on this site.
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How to Train Your Bird to Talk
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Birds aren't like babies—you can't expect them to pick up speech just by babbling away at them. You need a plan.
Step 1: Pick the right breed
If you haven’t already bought Tweety, pick a breed that is known for its chattiness. Amazon parrots and African greys are the gabbiest, followed by macaws, male cockatiels, mynahs, and parakeets.
Female cockatiels, female budgies, grass parakeets, rosellas, and canaries don’t talk.
Step 2: Choose an inquisitive bird
Once you’ve narrowed your choices to a talkative breed, focus your attention on choosing a bird that seems alert and interested in what’s going on around him. These are clues that he’ll make a good talker.
Step 3: Get a young bird
Get a young bird. Like the proverbial old dog who can’t learn new tricks, an older bird is going to have more trouble picking up speech.
Step 4: Name that bird
Give the bird a name that is no more than two syllables. A longer name reduces the chances that he will learn to say his own name.
Step 5: Designate a teacher
If you’re married and/or have children, pick one person to teach the bird. If several people are trying to instruct the bird, it will only confuse it.
Birds learn more easily from women.
Step 6: Time your training
Start training at the optimal time. For smaller birds, that’s at four to six months. For bigger birds, wait until they’re six to twelve months.
Don’t teach a bird to whistle before training him to talk, or it will make the speech lessons that much harder.
Step 7: Keep it simple
Start training by saying a few simple words to Tweety, always using them under the same circumstances. For example, you could say 'Good morning' every day when you first rise, and you could reserve 'Bye' for when the bird can see you walk out the door.
Step 8: Repeat words
Repeat the words several times in each instance. You want the bird to start associating the sound you are making with the context.
Step 9: Reward speech
Give Tweety a treat every time he repeats something you are teaching him.
Remember that birds don’t just repeat what you want them to; they mimic sounds they hear. So if you’re suffering a bout of loud flatulence, or getting ready to rip someone a new one, stay out of Tweety’s earshot.
Step 10: Unteach them
If Tweety has picked up a bad word, washing his mouth out with soap won’t work. But ignoring him when he repeats the word will, because getting your attention is his main incentive.
Step 11: Enjoy
Now enjoy chatting with your fine-feathered friend!
Did You Know?
Talking birds often will imitate your phone’s ring tone because they get a kick out of watching you come running.
How does it work?
First find the video you want to loop. Check your address bar.
Then change the address to beonrepeat.com. Now you are on repeat !!!
Also you can try our Google Chrome app. It will be soon available for Firefox!