How to Customize YouTube Embed Options for Video Code in Webpage
Although YouTube Offers Customization Options in the Video Homepage, its only limited to size & color of the player. But there many customizations possible in YouTube’s Video Embed Options.
Some of them are as follows.
5 Ways to Customize YouTube Video Embed Code Option in Webpages, Blog Posts
#1 – Hide the search box of the Youtube Video
The search box appears when you hover over an embedded video. To hide the search box add ‘&showsearch=0′ to the embed url.
#2 – Embed only a part of Youtube Video
Just append ‘&start=30′ to skip first 30s of the video. In general you can modify the value after start= to the number of seconds you want to skip the video for.
#3 – Autoplay an Embedded youtube video
Normally when you embed a Youtube video and load the page, the player is loaded and it sits there waiting for you to hit the play button. You can make the video play automatically by adding ‘&autoplay=1′ to the url part of the embed code.
#4 – Disable Related Videos in Youtube Embedded Videos
Publishing your content in the form of Youtube video? Don’t want people to see other people’s content that may be related but may as well be in competition to you? Just add ‘&rel=0′ to the end of the url part of the embed code and you just turned off the related video suggestions!
#5 – Online Tool to Customize Youtube Embed Code for the Video Player
VTubeTools easily generate and customize YouTube embed codes from the video ID with options like autoplay, loop and more. You can also download FLV videos from most sites. You don’t have to struggle with learning how the embed code works.
All you have to do is enter the video ID in the box on the main page, and customize the options as you like. After making the desired changes, you can preview the player or get the code to embed on your blog or website.
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