Did you try looking for 4K HDR videos on YouTube just to get 1080p videos just because the uploader used "4k" or "HDR" in the description? Or did you search for a video about something that happened just except that by default, the YouTube algorithm first made videos so all the results are over a month old? Well, there is a better way.
YouTube has a search filter that can help you solve these search problems. Use the filter to find the videos you want faster. For example, if you want a long form video with subtitles and HD resolution, the search filter will remove any clutter in your results and will only show videos that match your criteria.
: Search for a Video
Launch the YouTube app ( Android | iOS) and then press the search icon in the upper right corner of the screen. Search for the video you want and we search for street food. After your results are displayed, a filter icon will appear in the upper right corner of the screen. Press this button. When you click this button, the Search Filter dialog box appears.
Step 2: Apply Filters  Now you just have to still use some filters. Below you will find details about the individual search filters.
Sort by: Use the Sort By filter to change the order in which videos are returned. You have four options. Choosing Relevance will return videos that are most relevant to your search. Upload Date returns videos that are sorted by the time they were added to YouTube (latest first). Number of Views returns the videos that are sorted by most views. "Rating" returns videos in order of highest rating.
Type: Use the Type filter to select the content type returned. "All" returns everything. "Video" returns normal YouTube videos. Channel returns channels based on your request. Playlist returns a series of videos based on your search term. "Movie" returns movies that are on YouTube. "Show" returns premium YouTube videos for which you may have to pay.
Upload Date: Here you can select when a video has been uploaded. This is especially useful if you are looking for videos about recent events. For example, set this option to Today to show only videos uploaded in the last 24 hours.
Duration: ] In the Duration drop-down list (or in the iOS section), you can select the short or long video length. Short videos are defined as less than 4 minutes, while long videos are defined as 20 or more minutes.
Features: Here you can activate a number of elements that range from "live" to "VR180" content (virtual reality) Select your desired functions This section is a group of buttons however, when using an iPhone, the same as the other sections, so to toggle the button, simply tap one of the options, and if these are blue, they will be selected.
Once you've selected all the filters you want, click "Apply" if you're using Android, and if you're using iOS, just tap the "Back" button when you're done Your new video results are based on your searches and search filters.