The Watch Page is a landing page that we create for every video that you add to Spotlightr. It's a great way to quickly share you video content with your audience without having to embed it somewhere. It's also used to preview your video as you configure it.

It's customizable so you can control certain parts of the page.

Here is an example Watch Page with the default Spotlightr settings. As mentioned above, the page is very customizable.

Here is what you can edit/change for each Watch Page individually:

  • Show/hide the title of the video just underneath the player

  • Show/hide the view count just underneath the player

  • Add optional headline

  • Add optional content underneath the video (HTML enabled editor)

  • Use a custom domain for the URL of the page. This enables you to use a domain of your own instead of using

You can also completely disable the page from working if privacy is important to you and you only want the embed code to work.

Sharing & Publishing Your Watch Page

To get your Watch Page link, you can do so from your Publish options:

And go to the Watch Page tab where you can copy your link:

Editing & Customizing Your Watch Pages

Customizing Via Themes:

With our Themes you are able to create a theme for your Watch Pages that will

carry across every video you apply to the theme to. You can do a number of things by configuring a theme:

  • Change the header logo (by default it's the Spotlightr logo)

  • Configure headline font, size, and color to stay on-brand (the actual headline is still configured in the individual video watch page settings)

  • Watch Page header and content background color

  • Add custom code

To add or edit a Theme go to your Application Settings:

Inside a Theme go to Advanced Options:

Then Watch Page:

Configure your settings then click Save:

Customizing Via Individual Video Settings:

To access your Watch Page options in an individual video go to the Video Info tab >> Advanced Options >> Watch Page Content:

Here you'll configure the headline content and additional page content that appears under the video:

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