If you’ve read some of our YouTube-related blog posts (like linking to a specific time position), you know what an embed code and/or a YouTube URL looks like. This post is the creme-de-la-creme of YouTube URLs and embed code options.
Basically, reference this: http://code.google.com/apis/youtube/player_parameters.html
The Overview section starts with this write-up:
This document defines the parameters that are available in the YouTube embedded player. By appending these parameters to the SWF or IFrame URL, you can customize the playback experience in your application.
So, for our own demo…
Standard YouTube embed code…
Doesn’t show “related” videos after the video ends
*NEW as of June 8, 2011* Parameter modestbranding=1
Doesn’t show the “YouTube” button in the bottom-right menu bar. Still shows the top-right hover link, so it can’t be MLS-compliant…
(Note: Requires a different type of embed code than the one you typically get directly from YouTube’s “Share” button)