Well… since your post has been up for awhile now and no one has replied, here’s my suggestion:
Create a custom Flash video player or use a Flash .flv video player from a download (both YouTube and DailyMotion use .flv files). Then use an xml file to create a playlist which calls in the video you want. Those video urls would be attributes of the video if you used something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<video caption="Sequim Mayor Laura Dubois greets Mitsunori Namba, Consul General of Japan." title=" M Namba and L Dubois." url="videos/mayor.flv" />
<video caption="Interviews with Sequim students prior to the Irrigation Festival Parade. They will be traveling to Japan this fall." title=" Sequim Students" url="videos/students.flv" />
The url=”whatever” can be relative or absolute. Just paste in the url for the YouTube and DailyMotion videos.
The play next selection would have to be set in the ActionScript for the video player as would the size of the video. And as an aside for quality… YouTube takes 320 X 240 video and spreads it out over 413 or so pixels, resulting in video degradation (but often acceptable).
The xml example above also includes a short caption to describe the video.. you may or may not want to use that.
Here it is live:
Eye for Video