Embeddable Players

Hi, this is on our radar but we do not have a time frame yet - sorry.

 

Still requesting this feature, after originally desiring it and asking about it several years ago on a sales call. This is a huge value add and deeply needed by many of us using the platform. 

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We also really need this feature.  We want to offer this as an integration option for our platform.  We will drive more users to create zoom accounts…but we need a direct embed option.  How can we get this prioritized?

We tried using this:  https://github.com/zoom/sample-app-web

…but when we embed it into an iFrame, you cannot use the audio via the computer…only dial in.  Has anyone found a way around that? If not, its a non-starter solution.

So I need to test this, but it would seem that the host could use the client for the meeting, but embed the “view in browser” webpage in an iframe on another page for all attendees… I say this with a use case where I do not expect the attendees to be able to speak or use their computer audio. Will see if it works. But in general, an embed should be part of the solution.

Please be sure to make Zoom Oembed capable when creating the code for the iframe embed feature for websites. It works great through YouTube but as some have pointed out in this thread it would be even better for tracking traffic on our actual websites/pages.

This is an article about oembed and zoom and youtube: : https://youtube-eng.googleblog.com/2009/10/oembed-support_9.html

Hey everyone, here is how to embed the Zoom Web Client into an iFrame:

<iframe src="https://zoom.us/wc/{{ MeetingID }}/join?prefer=1&un=dG9tbXk=" width="1000" height="500" sandbox="allow-same-origin allow-forms allow-scripts" allow="microphone; camera"></iframe>

More info on the Web Client join url:

Supported Browsers:

Thanks,
Tommy

Hi

Thanks to Zoom’s flexibility and native integration with VIDIZMO, you can now stream and embed live events and recorded videos on any browser. Check out these links to learn more:

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Hey @zohaib.tariq,

Thanks for sharing this!

-Tommy

Is there any update here to being able to embed a live webinar (not a meeting) in a web page outside of Facebook or YouTube?

Hey @helen.harris, thanks for posting and using Zoom! :slight_smile:

Check out our tutorial here on how set up custom live streaming:

Thanks,
Tommy

Hey @tommy, currently using the url format https://zoom.us/wc/{MeetingID}/join?prefer=1&un={Base64EncodedUsername} auto signs in the user and enable the mic by default. Is there a way to mute the mic instead when the user enters?

Hey @damien, thanks for posting and using Zoom!

That url does not enable the mic by default. I would double check the users and meetings default audio settings.

Thanks,
Tommy

In the settings page, I have enabled the Mute participants upon entry, as shown below.

My Settings - Zoom - Mozilla Firefox 2020-03-07 01-48-03

Unfortunately, this does not have any effect on the iframe and the users still sign in automatically with their mics joined by default.

Is there any other settings that I might have missed out?

Hey @damien,

Are you using this URL in an iFrame? If so, I suggest using the Web SDK which can configure the mute settings.

Thanks,
Tommy

Hello there,

Say if we have an iOS, Android or Mac app, can we use the same URL used by iFrame to provide a live stream experience?

The aim is really for live webinars / conferences.

Thank you.

Hey @terenze.yuen,

You’d want to use our Client SDKs for native mobile and desktop integrations.

Thanks,
Tommy

Thanks but will the stream URLs still work?

Hey @terenze.yuen,

Yes, live streams should still work!

Thanks,
Tommy

Thanks, just tried with a live webinar but it just keep asking to sign in. Does this not work with Webinar?

Hey @terenze.yuen,

The Zoom Web Client requires user authentication now.

-Tommy