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GR29
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Video control Power App

Hi, I have added a Video control on my power app, source is excel with two columns - Name & URL

Its working fine.

The issue I have is once the video is finished, it shows new videos as suggestions. Is it possible to disable it?
I don't want user to see new videos as suggestions.

 

 

 

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FarrellDrafting
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in the embed html, add ?rel=0 to the end of the url section, see example below

<iframe width="640" height="360" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/u7pCgFHszI4?rel=0" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Hi @FarrellDrafting - I dont have embed html in my app. I did right click on video & saw embed code, am I missing something? The app has just gallery  on one screen & video player on second screen

Is your video player hardcoded to the video url, or is it looking up the url from a collection? If its hardcoded, just add ?rel=0 to the end of the url, if its looking it up from a collection, use concatenate to add "?rel=0" to the end of your url

It is hardcoded, I added ?rel=0 but still not working, still showing related videos

FarrellDrafting
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Advocate II

and your using the video player from the media dropdown?

Here is what I input, and I'm not getting any video suggestions when the video ends. if they appear before the video ends, that is set by the video creator and are endcards.

FarrellDrafting_1-1638301868329.png

 

 

yes, its the media dropdown. the code is same, I doubt its the end cards as they are different each time I play it

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