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Tean
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It appears that small youtube embed (less than 250×250px or so) doesnt seem to work it IE. http://jsfiddle.net/LyzV9/1/

There is no picture, only sound.

It works if I remove wmode parameter, but than I cant put anything above it.

Anybody got any solution?

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CodingJack
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Got it to work here as 100×100 + wmode=transparent

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Tean
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It doesnt work on my side… wtf?

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CodingJack
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bizarre. Maybe it’s a cloud thing.

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ceasar
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Mostly it doesn’t work if the movie has an advert. This one doesn’t and works in IE9 100×100. So I don’t know

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Tean
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According to this post, this shouldnt work at all:

http://apiblog.youtube.com/2012/03/minimum-embeds-200px-x-200px.html
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Australia
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Why dont you just grab a random image using their api, size it at max-height: and max-width: etc and apply a play button layer. You can then open the vids in whatever size you like, simialr to how fb get over the issue

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