HowTo: Google Videos on your website

After I realized that was shutdown by GOogle, and all the embedded videos were not working anymore, I decided to come with a new way to put it on your website. I found one, but it’s not as easy as before, but it works! I’ll try to explain how to do it and if anyone finds a better way to do it, please, let me know!


The old code I had on this page wasn’t working in IE, so I re-wrote it in a better way to be able to embed Google videos on your website. Let me know if there is any problem. 🙂


First, open the page where the video is on, then, in Firefox, right click on “View Page Info”.


Then go to the “Media” tab and copy the link to the flash file, as you can see in the image below:


The URL will look something like this:


Now that we have the address of the video file, we have to set a flash code and replace “YOUR CODE HERE” with the one we got before:


If you want the movie to starts on pause, you have to change the last option of the link from “autoPlay=true” to “autoPlay=


I figured out how to make the full screen work



So, to make the full screen mode work, you need to add the following code before the </head>:


<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>


I would advise you to download the videoplay.js and save it in another path because someday I may delete the file. Then you just need to chenge the
<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
with the new path.


Now here you can see a sample video of “Ultra-OverClocking your CPU with Liquid Nitrogen”, from

And, please DIGG IT! 🙂



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