- Drag and drop
You can drag and drop the thumbnail or embed code of a media to paste the embed code.
- Copy and paste
Copy the embed code directly from the media list page or on the page of a specific media, then paste it on your page or in your CMS. Example can be viewed here.
- Start and stop
You can specify a start and stop time for the video if you only want to show part of the video. This will not affect previously embedded videos, for this setting to take effect you will have to update the embed code.
- Player size
You can set size of the player to either be Responsive or enter Fixed values, when set to responsive the player will scale to fit the on the page while maintaining the same aspect ratio as the video. This will not affect previously embedded videos, for this setting to take effect you will have to update the embed code.
Note that the player size does not affect the quality of video playback.
- Unique identifier
This is a unique identifier used to track separate instances of the player. Unique identifiers can be filtered on in API and statistics.
If enabled, the video will attempt to autoplay as soon as the page it is on has loaded. This will not affect previously embedded videos, for this setting to take effect you will have to update the embed code.
If enabled the video will load with sound turned off, this is required by some browsers in order for autoplay to work.
- Poster Image
The poster image, also known as preload image is shown before video playback starts or if the player is unloaded.
A small image shown in the top right corner of the player during video playback, can be set to link to a URL of your choice.
- Title overlay
Whether or not to show the title of the video as an overlay before playback and when video is paused.
Whether or not to show the sharing option on the right side of player control bar.
- Embed code
Sharing inside the player can show embed codes to encourage viral distribution.
Show thumbnails of other videos as recommended after playback of video is finished.
Choose a connected YouTube account to export the video to. You can see the export status and have the option to remove the video from YouTube if it has been exported there.
Choose a connected Facebook page to export the video to. You can see the export status and have the option to remove the video from Facebook.
- Publish date
The video will not be available for playback before this date. The player will show a countdown until the publish date.
- Unpublish date
The video will not be available after this date. The player will show the poster image with an overlay saying "This video is no longer available".