YouTube embed plugin. Customize a YouTube embed with your own annotations, links, and controls. YouTube fans will see YouTube in a unique way!
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 1: Paste a YouTube link and the YouTube embed will automatically be upgraded to an EmbedPlus embed (note: the link is on its own line). If you don't see the extra features on a YouTube embed, another YouTube plugin might need to be deactivated first.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 2: If you want to customize a YouTube embed with extras like your own annotations, calls-to-action, and chapters, just click on the EmbedPlus editor button highlighted above. It will start a wizard within your blog to generate shortcode that captures the customizations. You can then simply paste the code into your blog as shown above.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 3: A YouTube embed that is enhanced to a EmbedPlus embed.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 4: EmbedPlus can make your YouTube embeds more social. Here are example reactions for the Avengers movie trailer - shown right from your blog.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 5: A screenshot leading to Reddit reactions for the popular Avengers Movie Trailer.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 6: An example unobtrusive annotation, that you can add to any YouTube embed.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 7: Here's another annotation example. It shows that you can add your own links to a YouTube embed. This one is a call-to-action that links to our MailChimp list signup.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 8: Here's the plugin executing the optional Sweet Spot Marking algorithm to create automatic "social chapters" for a given YouTube embed.
YouTube Advanced Embed Screenshot 9: Are you interested in learning how much your visitors are actually watching the videos you post? We suggest signing up now for this popular analytics feature to start getting data today. Use it to supplement Google Analytics.
Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.11
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
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