Is it possible to create a page that will auto refresh in a browser after an embedded YouTube video has played? My client has 4 YouTube videos and and the end of each, YouTube automatically shows a montage of ‘recommended’ or similar videos that may be of interest. The problem with that is that it could easily show a competitor’s product. But a simple page refresh will revert to the opening clip.
Walt, thanks. When a YT video has finished, the final image in the video window is a montage of YT ‘subject related’ suggestions. The problem with this is that this will in time display tag related videos from competitors. A refresh of the browser resets the video window to the opening frame of the clients video.
I suppose I could forget YT and embed them in his website, but I always have trouble finding the optimum settings for quality, file size and download speed. Obviously what’s required is a perfect quality, small file size, fast viewing video that shows first time on PC and Mac. So I thought YT would be the easiest option.
If you can recommend a perfect setting out of iMovie (export) or Quicktime I’m listening!