LBYouTubeView is just a small view that is able to display YouTube videos in a
MPMoviePlayerController. You even have the choice between high-quality and standard quality stream.
How does it work? It just loads the HTML code of YouTube's mobile website and looks for the data in the script tag. LBYouTubeView doesn't use
UIWebView which makes it faster and look cleaner.
LBYouTubeView is dead simple. Just add an instance as a subview to a UIViewControllers view and tell it, what video it should load.
- Drag the
LBYouTubeViewfolder into your project.
- Import the
- If you need to support iOS 4, add
JSONKitto your project and set
-fno-objc-arccompiler flag to
LBYouTubePlayerViewController* controller = [[LBYouTubePlayerViewController alloc] initWithYouTubeURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fTIhC1WSew&list=FLEYfH4kbq85W_CiOTuSjf8w&feature=mh_lolz"] quality:LBYouTubeVideoQualityLarge]; controller.delegate = self; controller.view.frame = CGRectMake(0.0f, 0.0f, 200.0f, 200.0f); controller.view.center = self.view.center; [self.view addSubview:self.controller.view];
You can also only extract video URL without to use
LBYouTubeExtractor* extractor = [[LBYouTubeExtractor alloc] initWithURL:URL quality:quality]; extractor.delegate = self; [extractor startExtracting];
LBYouTubeView requires iOS 4. Also, it is deployed for an ARC environment.
LBYouTubeView is licensed under the MIT License.
Added NSNotification to know when video played is finished on "LBYouTubePlayerController.m". This notification is fired only when video seek-bar reaches to its end. If user quits watching video in middle of playback notification is not triggered.