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    I have been reading many people asking questions about Iframes and Autoplay to increase their views. Many people say they work, and some say they don't. Many people still do not know the TRUE answer, so thats why i made this thread..to tell you that:

    Putting your 'Video URL' in a normal iframe does work!
    Embedding your video on any site does work.

    Anything using 'Autoplay' does not work. So if you have a video embedded in an iframe using autoplay it will not work.

    So basically, sending loads of traffic to your website with your Video URL in an iframe WILL increase your views. Just don't put your video embedded on your website on autoplay and everything will be fine.

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    So what's the difference between a normal embed and iframing?!

    Both count, no advantage from the iframe.

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    Adding a video to a hidden iframe and having it played automatically through javascript instead of the "AutoPlay" feature does work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecg View Post
    I have been reading many people asking questions about Iframes and Autoplay to increase their views. Many people say they work, and some say they don't. Many people still do not know the TRUE answer, so thats why i made this thread..to tell you that:

    Putting your 'Video URL' in a normal iframe does work!
    Embedding your video on any site does work.

    Anything using 'Autoplay' does not work. So if you have a video embedded in an iframe using autoplay it will not work.

    So basically, sending loads of traffic to your website with your Video URL in an iframe WILL increase your views. Just don't put your video embedded on your website on autoplay and everything will be fine.

    Hope this helps.
    Thank you. I don't know many times I've had to clarify this in the old thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by albaniax View Post
    So what's the difference between a normal embed and iframing?!

    Both count, no advantage from the iframe.
    Your wrong. If you embed a video on autoplay in an iframe or not, it WILL NOT work.

    If you embed a video on autoplay not in an iframe, it WILL NOT work.

    So basically, never put your video on autoplay, just put the video link in an iframe, e.g, http://youtube.com/watch?=v

    Then it will work.
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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    can someone provide the code to use an iframe with a youtube url in it

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    Damn yes of course, a simply iframe of the video works, and it starts playing.

    I iframed a video on one of my sites yesterday, and today it has about 700 views, so it already passed the freeze point. Actually it should be more views, but I don't think that the views are ALWAYS updated live.
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    Great share.. thanks

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    so what code do we need for the iframe?

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    Oh god. Huge bumping, but a code for this would be:

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    <iframe src="http://youtube.com/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" height="1" width="1" frameborder="0"></iframe>

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    but if the video does not autoplay... how would it get counted as a view?

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    Omg seriously...think about it.

    When you go to a video page you don't have to press play do you? It autoplays.

    All your doing with an iframe is putting the video in a frame, which will load when someone goes onto the webpage.

    Can you understand this simple concept now?

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    i was talking about when you embed a video on your own site.

    i know on youtube the videos autoplay, but when you embed a video on your site it comes up with a 'play' button... hence the need to set it up to autoplay.

    and people above were saying there is no need to set it to autoplay... thus arose my confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by yzall View Post
    i was talking about when you embed a video on your own site.

    i know on youtube the videos autoplay, but when you embed a video on your site it comes up with a 'play' button... hence the need to set it up to autoplay.

    and people above were saying there is no need to set it to autoplay... thus arose my confusion
    Wow. Do you not read?

    Autoplay DOES NOT WORK.

    Embedding does work, but users have to press play.

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    I guess you don't really understand the point.

    people are trying to work out how to increase the views-per-visitor automatically!

    if the visitors have to press play, you will lose the views from people who are not interested.

    if, for example, there are visitors coming from a domain redirect to your embedded video, and you have a video on 'how to increase reading speed', then the conversion rate of these random (untargeted) visitors will be very low.

    you will have to send 1000 visitors to get 50 views.

    what we are trying to do here is create 1000 views from 1000 visitors!

    so if you don't know how to do this, there is no need to write sarcastic comments which only serve to highlight your ignorance.

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    Oh for ffs. Do you have mental issues? If you do, just say and I will let you off...If you haven't then just fucking read what has been put.

    I will make this very simple, so even a child can do it.

    1. Create a webpage.
    2. Edit that webpage.
    3. Add this code to the webpage:<iframe src="http://youtube.com/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" height="1" width="1" frameborder="0"></iframe>
    4. Go to the video you want to promote.
    5. Copy (Ctrl+C) the url for that video.
    6. Past (Ctrl+V) the url of the video into the code where the sample url is.
    7. Save the page.
    8. Type in the url of the page you just made.
    9. Use your eyes to see if it is working.
    10. You then wait for people to visit the page.
    11. Do not reply to this thread again with a stupid comment.

    Hope that helped my very good friend

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    i get what you're saying but as you pointed out in an earlier post, the visitor still has to click the 'play' button... correct?

    how about if you embed the video on your site, set it to autoplay but do not iframe it.

    what are your thoughts on that?

    i'm not a youtube expert but i imagine that this would result in a 1:1 visitor to view ratio.

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    I'm not actually joking now, are you taking the piss?

    A-U-T-O-P-L-A-Y
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    How hard is it to understand that all you do is put the video url in an iframe? That's it. Its not complicated. Simple. Easy.

    This has been said about 5 times now in this thread.

    Autoplay does not work.
    Iframe does work with video url in it.

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    you know what?

    i was being retarded

    I misread two of the old posts and got confused... my bad.

    you obviously know more than me so i have a question:

    you know how the view count gets limited by youtube when it reaches 300 (not sure if it's true but it has been said by several people)... do you think it might be possible to bypass that by iframing the video on your site?

    also, is it possible to iframe multiple videos on the same page, therefore increasing the views on multiple videos at once?

    i'm new to coding but i'm wondering whether you could hide another video using css within the iframe so the visitor only see's one but the bots register both videos.

    BTW you're from the UK, right? whereabout?

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    The moral of the exchange between yzall and Sleinad is not to argue with a fool. Your chances of winning the argument are next to none, the fool will stay in blissful ignorance and you'll only end up frustrated.

    Back to the topic, iframing without autoplay works but is there a way to mute the video that comes through the iframe, so that the visitor isn't alerted that a video is playing in the background? Other than uploading a video without sound, of course.

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    You can do it using javascript apparently, but I have never tried it because a few people said YouTube ignored views if the video is in an iframe, which is in javascript code.

    I don't know, it might be possible, do a Google search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yzall View Post
    you know what?

    i was being retarded

    I misread two of the old posts and got confused... my bad.

    you obviously know more than me so i have a question:

    you know how the view count gets limited by youtube when it reaches 300 (not sure if it's true but it has been said by several people)... do you think it might be possible to bypass that by iframing the video on your site?

    also, is it possible to iframe multiple videos on the same page, therefore increasing the views on multiple videos at once?

    i'm new to coding but i'm wondering whether you could hide another video using css within the iframe so the visitor only see's one but the bots register both videos.

    BTW you're from the UK, right? whereabout?
    Look, you are really just asking as many questions as you can now. Just do it and experiment, you can't have someone tell you EVERYTHING..you should be grateful that someone has actually persevered with you.

    "but the bots register" Its not a bot, or whatever you meant by that.

    Use the code I gave you, then just copy it out as many times you want. If you do too many the page takes longer to loads, and then less will load quickly and therefore less views.

    If you do about 20 or something it would be good.

    And view count does not get limited by 300. Not one video on YouTube does, or has. YouTube "freezes" a video count when it gets a lot of views in such short time. Thats why when you see a video just uploaded by a big youtuber, the views are around 350 or whatever. When its really 50k or something. It takes YouTube anywhere from 4 hours to 20 hours. It will stay "frozen" at 300 if you try and cheat and shit, until you get over 300 real viewers.

    That is confusing I know, but you will get used to it all, just try it all out and experiment.

    I do live in the UK.

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    holy crap I wish I had my threads answered like this hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by marco2379 View Post
    Back to the topic, iframing without autoplay works but is there a way to mute the video that comes through the iframe, so that the visitor isn't alerted that a video is playing in the background? Other than uploading a video without sound, of course.
    ^^ This.

    There's no way I'm putting a youtube video on my site unless it has no audio. Which makes this all useless for my videos since audio is vital in them. I would also love to know what the code would be to mute the iframe's sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moneymachine01 View Post
    ^^ This.

    There's no way I'm putting a youtube video on my site unless it has no audio. Which makes this all useless for my videos since audio is vital in them. I would also love to know what the code would be to mute the iframe's sound.
    Read the thread?

    Can't be done. If it can be done in Javascript, Youtube doesn't count the views.

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    Can this still be done? I keep getting an error message from you tube in the iFrame

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    Quote Originally Posted by 420kking View Post
    Adding a video to a hidden iframe and having it played automatically through javascript instead of the "AutoPlay" feature does work.
    this is 100% true.

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    I used this code below but youtube gives me a "video not found" message, any solutions? (I've put my video URL instead of xxx):

    Code:
    <iframe src="http://youtube.com/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" height="1" width="1" frameborder="0"></iframe>

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    You c*** almost made me believe that it didn't actually work however it does. Below is the WORKING code

    <iframe title="YouTube video player" class="youtube-player" type="text/html" width="640" height="390" src="PUT YOUR YOUTUBE URL HERE?rel=0&autoplay=1" frameborder="0"></iframe>

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    Quote Originally Posted by 420kking View Post
    Adding a video to a hidden iframe and having it played automatically through javascript instead of the "AutoPlay" feature does work.
    what's the js code?

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    Default Answer for Youtube Iframes and Autoplay

    iframes

    The &autoplay=1 only works on youtube URL's that have a /v/ instead of /embed/.

    In fact, /embed/ links dont even appear on the screen with &autoplay=1.

    If you want your video to NOT autoplay, then replace &autoplay=1 with &autoplay=0 at the end of your URL without spaces.
    Or simply remove &autoplay=1

    If you need words to wrap around this video, then you will need to specify align="left/right" within your iframe tag.

    If you need to configure margins and padding, then use the style attribute within your iframe tag.

    You can use a combination of style="margin: px px px px; margin-left: px; margin-top: px; margin-right: px; margin-bottom: px; -moz-margin-start: px; -moz-margin-end: px; -khtml-margin-start: px;" to make it line-up the same on IE, FireFox, and Safari.

    embeds

    The autoplay option does not work with the embed tag as it should. It is best practice to use iframes.

    note

    I had to remove my examples due to being a new member and not being allowed to include URL's. But you should still be able to understand it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marhen3530 View Post
    iframes

    The &autoplay=1 only works on youtube URL's that have a /v/ instead of /embed/.

    In fact, /embed/ links dont even appear on the screen with &autoplay=1.

    If you want your video to NOT autoplay, then replace &autoplay=1 with &autoplay=0 at the end of your URL without spaces.
    Or simply remove &autoplay=1

    If you need words to wrap around this video, then you will need to specify align="left/right" within your iframe tag.

    If you need to configure margins and padding, then use the style attribute within your iframe tag.

    You can use a combination of style="margin: px px px px; margin-left: px; margin-top: px; margin-right: px; margin-bottom: px; -moz-margin-start: px; -moz-margin-end: px; -khtml-margin-start: px;" to make it line-up the same on IE, FireFox, and Safari.

    embeds

    The autoplay option does not work with the embed tag as it should. It is best practice to use iframes.

    note

    I had to remove my examples due to being a new member and not being allowed to include URL's. But you should still be able to understand it.
    uhh...i just tried the iframe thing and yt didn't count any of the hits. iguess autoplay doesn't work

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    AutoPlay with iFrames = Views don't count
    AutoPlay with Embed = Doesn't work

    Moral: This won't work. If you want to get traffic to these videos, legitimately place them on your page and hope visitors find interest in them enough to press the Play button.

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    Default Re: The Truth About Iframes and Autoplay

    I know a workaround now. It's very simple.
    1. Iframe a video, but you have to use one WITHOUT Audio first.
    2. When you reached the point of views you want to have, simply remove your video from the site.
    3. Now go change the YouTube video to the same, just WITH Audio
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    // Doesn't work anymore: http://www.google.com/support/youtub...n&answer=58101
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    boobies and booty as thumbnail.. embed on website guaranteed to get clicks lol

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    I don't believe using an Iframe works anymore now that they've released the new Iframe Embed code.

    Sending traffic directly to the video is the only way to increase it's view from what I've seen.

    Correct me if I'm wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubetilla View Post
    I don't believe using an Iframe works anymore now that they've released the new Iframe Embed code.

    Sending traffic directly to the video is the only way to increase it's view from what I've seen.

    Correct me if I'm wrong
    Yeah pretty much. Iframe thing was decent though...

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    youtube + iframe + fancybox + z index = video overlaps fancybox pop up...
    1. got to youtube get iframe embed code
    2. add this onto the end of the url
    3. ?rel=0&amp;wmode=Opaque&autoplay=1
    4. this makes video autoplay and fancybox pop up still work


    see it in action wwwDOTavoidforeclosure-atlantaDOTcom

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    Quote Originally Posted by accessBitDotCom View Post
    youtube + iframe + fancybox + z index = video overlaps fancybox pop up...
    1. got to youtube get iframe embed code
    2. add this onto the end of the url
    3. ?rel=0&amp;wmode=Opaque&autoplay=1
    4. this makes video autoplay and fancybox pop up still work


    see it in action wwwDOTavoidforeclosure-atlantaDOTcom
    I have no idea how to use this fancybox thing. Could you give the code you are using for your site please?

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    I'm told by many people that autoplay doesn't count as a view....... U should run some tests first...


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