About iFramePlayer

iFramePlayer is a free service that facilitates viewing and sharing video posts from various platforms, including YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion, using iFrame functionality.

By using iFramePlayer to watch videos, you can avoid aggressive advertisements commonly found on the original platforms promoting their Pro services. This provides you and your social media followers with a much less distracting video-watching experience, allowing you to focus entirely on the shared content.

With iFramePlayer, you can not only watch and share videos from the mentioned platforms but also personalize your post by adding your own title and, if you’re a registered member, additional accompanying text. Additionally, iFramePlayer offers a search feature for video posts created within its service.

Please note that iFramePlayer does not host videos; it only serves to view and share videos that are already hosted on the listed platforms. As such, iFramePlayer disclaims responsibility for the content of video posts, as they are fully regulated by the rules of their respective platforms.


iFramePlayer is a free service for viewing and sharing video posts from other platforms (YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion). This is made possible by utilizing the iFrame functionality.

With iFramePlayer, you can personalize videos from these platforms by adding a custom title and note, replacing the original ones. Moreover, you’ll avoid most or all of the distracting ads that usually appear on the original platforms (though this can vary between platforms and videos).

The process is simple: instead of sharing the video link directly on websites, emails, or social networks, create a video post on iFramePlayer. Enter the video’s URL and optionally add a custom title and note. Then, share the post URL from iFramePlayer to your desired location.

Registration on iFramePlayer is free, and you can access limited functionality even as a non-registered user.

Please note that hosting videos directly on iFramePlayer is not possible.

There are two reasons for this:
  1. Personalized titles and notes: When using iFramePlayer, you can give your link a custom title and, if you’re a registered user, an additional note. These customizations are also displayed within the link on social networks.
  2. Avoiding aggressive advertisements: By sharing videos via iFramePlayer, you can usually avoid the aggressive advertisements that appear on direct links. This is particularly true for videos on platforms like YouTube and Vimeo, where you can bypass ads that delay the video’s start, interrupt the playback, or promote paid packages. With iFramePlayer, you ensure a distraction-free viewing experience for your followers, even if they don’t have an adBlocker installed. By posting through iFramePlayer, you increase the likelihood that your intended audience will actually watch the video, without unnecessary interruptions.
It is best to use Copy-Paste. Here’s a more detailed description:

► First, copy the URL to your clipboard:

● For active links – in the browser’s navigation bar, highlight the URL and copy it (on Windows, press Ctrl+C or right-click on the selected area, then choose “Copy”).

● For common links and Facebook links – right-click on the link and choose “Copy link” or “Copy link address” (depending on your browser).

● For YouTube – click on the “Share” option under the video, then click the “Copy” button.

► Next, go to the “URL” field in the post creation form and paste the copied address (on Windows, press Ctrl+V or right-click inside the input field and select “Paste”)

All (so both registered and unregistered) users of the site can create video posts using videos hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion, can give those posts their own title, and can share them with those titles on social networks.

Registered members also have the following additional options:

* They can create their own additional notes (as text part of their video posts) up to 256 characters that are displayed to social networks when shared – in accordance with the way these social networks function

* They can have their own list of favorites, from posts from the iFramePlayer service

* They can remove and/or partially edit their own previously made posts

* For their posts, they can determine whether or not they appear in searches and suggested video lists for other iFramePlayer users

No. iFramePlayer is a free service, both for unregistered visitors and registered members, and will remain so.

No. iFramePlayer relies entirely on content hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion services, and it is broadcast from these services in accordance with the rules of those services.

iFrame Player is funded by donations and non-intrusive advertising.

Yes, very likely – our service is free for users, but we have to somehow cover the operating costs. But we will do everything we can to make the ads unobtrusive. This means that we will do our best to ensure that the position of advertisements on the site (if and when there are any) is such that it does not interfere with and not delay the viewing of videos or other functionality of the site.

These are third-party cookies, i.e. cookies generated by video providers (YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion) that they have declared as mandatory in order for viewing through iFrames to be possible.

Please use the contact form on the Contact Us page of this site. You can also use the contact options on the site of the author and owner of this site, SiteDevelopment4You.com

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