Configuring the YouTube Integration
To begin, click Administration > Library > YouTube™ in the navigation pane. The Client ID, Client Secret, and API Key fields are generated by the Google API Manager.
If the Client ID and Client Secret Fields are blank, the YouTube™ feed has not been configured. Click the Google Developers Console link to visit to the Google API Manager.
When prompted, log in to Google using the account associated with the desired YouTube™ account. If you have not created a YouTube account, you should create one now.
In the Google API Manager, browse to Select a project >
The Select Project menu will appear, click on Create project.
Enter a Project name for your YouTube™ Import. If you do not have an organization, click Create. If you have an organization, you can associate your new Project with an organization and click Create.
Next, click Enable API from the Dashboard:
Browse to the API Library, then enable the Google+ API and YouTube™ Data API by clicking the option on the API list. If it is not shown, search for Google+ API and YouTube™ API in the search box:
Click the Enable button from the YouTube Data API v3 screen:
Next, open the Credentials window, click Create credentials, and choose OAuth client ID:
Click the Configure consent screen button:
Enter the required Credentials and then click Save.
Then, enter your Redirect URI, found in the Ensemble YouTube™ Credentials page that you visited in step 1. When all fields are complete, click Create:
You will be presented with a client ID and client secret. Copy these values into Ensemble's YouTube™ Credentials fields:
Click OK in the OAuth client panel and then click on the Create credentials button, then click the API key option.
Copy this value into Ensemble's YouTube API key field and click the Update button:
Your Ensemble library now is now configured to import YouTube content into your Ensemble Video Media Library.
Import Videos from YouTube™
To begin, click the + Add button > Youtube™ in your Media Library.
Enter the YouTube™ URL in the text field, then click +Add:
Ensemble Video will import the metadata from Youtube™, you can edit the metadata and click Continue when finished.
In the Publish tab, choose the publishing options for your imported Youtube™ video. When you are finished, click Publish.
Congrats! You imported a YouTube™ video into Ensemble Video. You can now mix your content with YouTube™ content in Ensemble Video playlists, portals and other publishing methods.