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Top 4 ways to search with video to find a video source

Have you ever watched a funny video and wanted to know where it came from? Or do you come across a specific scene from a movie but can’t find what it’s called? Sometimes Google doesn’t return an answer to every search query, especially if it’s a video you’re looking for. While Google’s reverse image search is an excellent tool for finding the source location of images, Google doesn’t have reverse video search yet. Luckily, we have a few tricks to help you search using videos to find the video source.

Also read: How to reverse Google image search on mobile? Everything you need to know

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Here are 4 ways to search with video to find a video source.

Reverse search on Google

While Google doesn’t offer reverse video search yet, you can still use the reverse image search feature to find your desired video. All you have to do is take multiple screenshots of the video you want to search and upload them to the reverse image search bar. Just follow these simple steps.

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Step 1: Take multiple screenshots of your video.

Step 2: Go to images.google.com

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Go to images.google.com

Step 3: Click the camera icon in the search bar. This is the Find by Image option.

Step 4: Click Upload Image.

Click Upload Image.

Step 5: Upload the screenshot.

Step 6: Google finds the source location of your video. If that doesn’t work, try again with a different screenshot.

Google finds the source location of your video

Reverse search on Bing

Step 1: Go to bing.com/images

Go to bing.com/images

Step 2: Click on the camera icon in the search bar. This is the Find by Image option.

Step 3: Click Browse.

Click 'Browse'

Step 4: Upload your screenshot.

Step 5: Bing finds the source location of your video. If it doesn’t work, try again with a different screenshot.

Bing finds the source location of your video

Use TinEye to search for a video source using videos

TinEye lets you track and search images on the web. Its efficient AI almost always finds a match for your search query. Just follow these simple steps.

Step 1: Go to tineye.com

Go to tineye.com.  Search using video to find a video source

Step 2: Next to the search bar, select the “Upload” option.

Step 3: Upload the video screenshot and click Search.

Step 4: Tineye searches the web for a match and lists the video location.

Tineye searches the web for a match and lists the video location.  Search using video to find a video source

Use Berify to search for a video source using Videos

Berify is a reverse image search tool that can also be tweaked to find the video you want. Here’s how you can use Berify to find video location.

Step 1: Go to berify.com

Go to berify.com.  Search using video to find a video source

Step 2: Click on the search bar and upload the video screenshot.

Step 3: Berify reverse scans the screenshot and returns a relevant result.

Also read: Microsoft is redesigning Bing Maps and adding numerous new functions

If you still can’t find the location of the video, you can enter a short video description and search for it on Google. When the results appear, click on the video category and you might find what you’re looking for. If you are still not helpful, ask for help on social media sites such as Twitter and Reddit can be a good idea. Subreddits like r/tipofmytongue and r/askreddit are very helpful in finding your searches.

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