I would do all of your work on a separate internet connected device and then transfer the files over via a flash drive. On the playback device itself, use a software like QLab or SFX to take care of the rest (adjusting start and end times, etc.)1) The computer we have doesn't have web access
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Thats what FREESOUND PROJECT is for... No need at all to "publish" on SFX to YouTube, freesound.org has free membership and you can upload any/all of your sound effects for free and assign whatever licence options you want (such as "go ahead and use it")Unfortunately for some content creators such as myself, YouTube is the easiest means to publish.
Whenever you see sound fx on YouTube, always make sure it is clearly stated that it is free to use by the owner.
Sometimes you may get lucky and find a link to a free download of the file.
At the end of the day - YouTube is a tool to express everyone’s creativity and if your form of creativity is repurposing already made sound effects; then go ahead and use all the resources at your disposal. It may not be the most kosher way of doing things but it certainly will get the job done