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Vimeo's advanced search filters let you be very specific about the the video or type of video you're looking for in case the basic search is too heavily weighted toward popular videos.

To begin, search for a video by typing your term into the search box in the upper right.

On the results page, select "Show Advanced Filters." From the expanded options, you can choose to limit your search to all videos on the site, or only those that you or your contacts have uploaded.

You can also specify that results be restricted to videos that contain the search term in specific fields, like title, description, or tags.

A title search especially will narrow results to those that closely match your query.

To further hone in on what you want to find, you can restrict results by a variety of video attributes, including when the video was uploaded, stats such as plays, likes, and comments, or duration.

If you wish to reuse a video that you find for your own purposes, you can select from a list of Creative Commons licenses that best meet your needs.

These and other available options within "Advanced Settings" will help you get to the content you want without wading through pages of search results.

Filter1. The process of reducing the size of a set of data by removing unwanted pieces of information based on certain qualities or characteristics (verb); 2. a tool of many Web applications that automatically removes or categorizes data based on a set of rules and attributes (noun).SearchThe process of typing keywords relating to a topic into a search engine in order to find results.SiteWebsite; a collection of related Web pages containing images, videos or other digital assets.Contact1. A record of a user's basic contact information that may or may not include a history of interactions with that contact; 2. contacts; a list of all of the individuals and companies that one has conversed or interacted with in a particular Web application. LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.Tag1. A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information; 2. a term used for a non-hierarchical classification system for content (noun); 3. to link to a friend or group in status updates, pictures, videos or Wall posts (verb).CommentA remark on, or response to, a piece of content online. List1. A grouping of email addresses used for email marketing purposes; 2. a user generated director of local merchants on Yelp.Vimeo3451Advanced Video Search