Your Resource For Embed Codes for YouTube Videos Into Your Blog
There are always ways to manipulate your videos if you have a service like YouTube or you have your own server (which most don’t). So, this blog post is for people who want to control how their videos look on YouTube. I’ll show you through the steps to customizing your YouTube videos using YouTube embed codes that only YouTube supports. Do things that are upright and above-board so that you will be backed by YouTube if anything happens to your account.
That being said, here are some great ways to change the look of your YouTube videos.
First, we are going to start with the video that I’m placing on this blog post as the base or example video. To insert a video on your blog or anywhere a web page is accepting embeds is to copy the embed code on YouTube, then paste it on the page you wish to share the video on.
Title Bar removal
This will remove the title from the top of the video. Go ahead and play the video and then watch at the top and you’ll see that the title is gone. The command that you need to put in the embed code will be at the end of the SRC portion of the code and INSIDE of the quotes
Added Feature URL:
If you’re looking to embed your video on your blog or capture page, you can simply paste the following code into whatever media page you want the video to show up on and the video will automatically play upon the page loading completely.
Again, the code to add into the embed portion of code is in RED
HIDE RELATED VIDEOS DISPLAY AT END OF VIDEOS
I found that adding this to my code when embedding is a good thing to do.
Sure, there are those that will click the YouTube logo and then watch from
Modest branding is YouTube’s way of saying, we will give you less “YouTube”
START AT SPECIFIC TIME IN VIDEO
This option is for inserting a video and having the video start at a
This is used when you do not want the viewer to have control
Example of All Commands into One URL
Here’s the way to get all the branding (YouTube) off of your video.
Those are some of the little tweaks you can use to change how your videos
Final Thoughts On Using YouTube Embed Codes
Why go to all the trouble of making these videos look like they are NOT on YouTube? The quick and short answer is to have your audience’s attention. It’s a statistical fact that people watch up to 4 hours of YouTube video per day. Think about this for a moment. This has literally replaced what Television was 20 years ago.#YouTube now has embed codes pre-staged for you, but there are still codes you need to be aware of for customizing #Videos Click To Tweet
So, if you want the attention of a potential customer you’re going to have to make it slightly harder for them to browse to other videos on YouTube or any other social media video hosting site.
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