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August 9, 2008

Restrict Google Video Results to Embeddable Videos

Google Video has a new option: restrict the search results to videos that can be embedded in a web page. This is especially useful for the TV view that plays videos without opening new pages. Google shows a small "play" icon next to the videos that are playable inline.



In other related news, Google Video tests an autocomplete feature that shows popular queries from YouTube [sic]. As previously reported, YouTube Suggest has been launched in May after more than a month of public testing.


1 comment:

  1. Welcome back. This is another wonderful option, before it was irritating, we had to click the image, and then click one more time to watch the video. Maybe all the video sites should have a standard playable options any place.

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