When you upgrade Studio '13 courses to Studio 360, you may find that embedded YouTube videos behave differently if you added them as website videos. (YouTube web objects work the same in Studio '13 and Studio 360.)
Why Do YouTube Website Videos Behave Differently in Studio 360?
In Studio '13, we used Google’s API to embed YouTube videos. However, Google made a change to the API in May 2015 that prevented new videos from being embedded as website videos. (If you added YouTube videos to your Studio '13 courses prior to May 2015, they’ll continue to work properly. Google’s API change only prevented new videos from being added.)
In Studio 360, we no longer use Google’s API to embed YouTube videos. As a result, when you upgrade Studio '13 courses to Studio 360, there will be some changes to the way YouTube website videos work (details below).
How Are YouTube Website Videos Different in Studio '13 vs. Studio 360?
You have an option to add dedicated video controls to YouTube website videos so learners can scrub back and forth.
YouTube website videos use YouTube’s built-in player controls unless you disable them in your embed code.
You won’t see the YouTube-branded player in your published course.
You’ll see the YouTube-branded player in your published course.
You can use the volume controller on the course player to adjust the volume of YouTube website videos.
The volume controller on the course player doesn’t affect YouTube website videos. Use the volume controller on the YouTube player instead.