The YouTube asset can play any video uploaded to YouTube.
- Works on Windows, iPad, Android and webOS. Does not (yet) work on Chrome or Samsung SSP.
- Videos can only be played from the beginning.
- Only individual videos are supported, not playlists.
- 360 degree videos are supported on Windows only.
- YouTube URL the video ID. Any of the
following formats can be used:
This set of properties controls various aspects of how the video will play in your experience.
- Autoplay: plays the video automatically as soon as it is displayed.
- Autoplay on rewind: restarts the video automatically when it is rewound.
- Play loop: plays the video in a loop. _NOTE: To loop properly, the video must be longer than one (1) second.
- Pause when hidden: pauses the video when it is hidden.
- Volume: specifies the volume of the video soundtrack.
- Speed: specifies the video play speed.
See Triggers Overview to get details of common triggers and actions shared by all assets
Video specific triggers:
- Ends: Raised when end of the video has been reached.
- Is paused: Raised when the video has been paused.
- Is rewound: Raised when the video has been rewound.
- Loops: Raised when the video has looped.
- Reaches time: Raised when the specified timestamp has been reached.
- Starts to play: Raised when the video begins to play.
- Time changes: Raised when the time has changed.
- Timeline is moved: Raised when the timeline has been moved by the user.
- Volume is changed: Raised when the volume has been changed.
The screenshot below illustrates the set of triggers and actions
specific to the Video Asset (click to zoom)
See Actions Overview to get details of actions shared by all assets
YouTube specific Actions:
- Change video: Change the video of the YouTube player (YouTube URL)
- Pause: Pause the video.
- Play: Play the video.
- Rewind: Rewind the video to the beginning.
- Set timeline: Set a playback position on the timeline.
- Set volume: Set volume of the video.
- Stop: Stop the video.
- Turn Loop mode off: Turn Loop mode off.
- Turn Loop mode on: Turn Loop mode on.
The screenshot below illustrates the set of actions specific to
the Video Asset (click to zoom)
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