How to Embed YouTube Videos without Logo

Remove YouTube Logo from Video Player

In sharing videos from YouTube, you may want to remove the YouTube branding logo which may alter the quality of the video which your audience may watch. With this, you greatly need to be informed on how to embed YouTube videos on several sites without the needs of seeing the YouTube logo. Well, without the YouTube logo, the post will look more decent than those which have the YouTube logo. Do not worry since this will not violate the copyrighted materials as YouTube has already allowed this method.

Embed YouTube Video Without Logo

There’s now an Option in Excluding the YouTube Logo on the Embedded Video.

Actually, there is now an option for you to remove the YouTube branding wherever you ember the video to a site. This is a very helpful leap as this can lessen the burden in marketing your products. For a video with the brand, the watchers will be able to see what’s on the comments which can either pull down or pull up the materials included on the video.

Removing the Youtube’s Logo on the Embedded Video

The process may look difficult for novice as this involves a lot of codes. Well, this is an easy one. You just need to make it sure that you will copy and paste the provided codes exactly as it is and be sure to follow the instructions in embedding or adding the codes.

The code below will just be added at the end of the embed code of a particular YouTube video.


If in case you encountered an old YouTube embed code, you will just need to add the mentioned code immediately after each of the YouTube URL that you will see included on the YouTube video embed code. The example is below:

<object width=”560″ height=”349″>

<param name=”movie” value=”;version=3&amp;hl=en_US”></param>

<param name=”allowFullScreen” value=”true”></param>

<param name=”allowscriptaccess” value=”always”></param>

<embed src=”;version=3&amp;hl=en_US” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” width=”560″ height=”349″ allowscriptaccess=”always” allowfullscreen=”true”></embed>


In embedding the codes, you may encounter issues in embedding the added code since some HD videos cannot support such codes. Keep in mind that in adding the code, it should be IMMEDIATELY RIGHT AFTER THE ORIGINAL YOUTUBE EMBED CODE. Getting an error on this can make the code work or even mess up the YouTube video on the site.

Just recently, a new discovered code was published which will allow you to remove the title along with the YouTube logo. For this, you just need to leave the parameter “title=” blank. An example of the code is shown below:

... src=";title=" ... 

Newer codes are now available which can help you alter the iFrame codes on the embedded YouTube videos. This supports flash-based videos which require a lot of guts in getting into flash codes. The iFrame codes are HTML5 compatible.

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