Many channel owners want to use content on their own websites. This can be achieved via video embed code. Basically, it’s a snippet of code that you put on your website that displays as a video. An embed code pulls the video from the original source, allowing you to display a video without having to actually host the file on your website.

Embed a video

  1. On a computer, go to the video you want to embed.
  2. Under the video, click SHAREShare.
  3. Click Embed tab.
  4. From the box that appears, copy the HTML code.
    It typically looks like <iframe src="" width="640" height="375" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen ></iframe>
  5. Paste the code into your blog or website HTML.

Embedded video size

 There are a number of parameters in the embed code that you can adjust to suit you needs:

Select "100%" for responsive layout.

Public and private video

Embed code is normally only available for video in a public or limited collection. On request, you can also make private content embeddable on specific domain(s). Contact your Key Account Manager at Dartfish to whitelist your domain name.

Start Position

You can make your embedded start to play at a specific event position. For this, just select the event you want to start at before pressing the SHAREShare button.

Embed a video based on keywords

It is also possible to dynamically embed a video based on a list of selected keywords. For example, you can embed a video by specifying "Athlete=John Widmer" and "Discipline=Long Jump" etc.
Contact your Key Account Manager at Dartfish if you are interested in activating this feature on your channel or having further documentation.

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