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I am trying to loop an embedded YouTube video. I added the autoplay=1 and the loop=1 parameters, but it doesn't loop. Can I remove "replay", "like", "share" at the end of an embedded YouTube video? Seems that prevents the looping.


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There are currently no parameters offered by their API that support this code.google.com/apis/youtube/player_parameters.html – Steve Robbins Jan 30 '12 at 22:44

This is not possible. If you really don't like it, consider using a different service, such as Vimeo.

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This stops the show of the junk atop (you need to change the file #):


You can add &autoplay=1 but it is not very viewer friendly.

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