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Parse YouTube URLs With PHP

Here’s a nice PHP snippet that some of you might find useful with regards to information on YouTube videos. It’s a code that I came across over at PHPZAG that will parse the various types of YouTube URLs and then returning their embed iframe.

function parseYoutubeURL($link, $width=430, $height=230){
$final = ‘<iframe width=”‘.$width.‘” height=”‘.$height.‘” src=”{code}” frameborder=”0?></iframe>’;
//se o link for o embed (altera o width e height)
if(stristr($link, “iframe”)){
$link = preg_replace(“/width=(\”)[0-9]+(\”)/”, ‘width=”‘.$width.‘”‘, $link);
$link = preg_replace(“/height=(\”)[0-9]+(\”)/”, ‘height=”‘.$height.‘”‘, $link);
return $link;
$parsed = parse_url($link);
//link URL
if(stristr($parsed['path'], ‘watch’) !== false){
parse_str($parsed['query'], $args);
$code = $args['v'];
}//link do embbed
elseif(stristr($parsed['path'], ‘embed’) !== false){
$code = str_replace(“/embed/”, “”, $parsed['path']);
}//short link
elseif($parsed['host'] == ‘’){
$code = str_replace(“/”, “”, $parsed['path']);
$final = str_replace(“{code}”, $code, $final);
return $final;
return null;

The above code comes with optional width and height.

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