Is there a way to embed IGN videos?

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Basically, I know how to embed both Youtube and Gamekyo videos. Narin told me you could embed any flash video, but I can't seem to figure out how to embed IGN videos. Does anyone know how? I appreciate the help.
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Worst come to worst, I can still rip them and upload to youtube.
 

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While we don't allow easy video linking to IGN such as we do with Youtube. If the path to the flash video is absolute on IGN, then it may be possible using the standard FLASH tags. But without allowing members to post HTML (which we don't in most cases); I don't think it will be possible, at least using the embed code IGN provide.
 

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Ok, thanks for the heads up.
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I've tried the IGN embed code with the flash tags. It doesn't work obviously. If anyone ever finds out how to do this, I'd appreciate the info! Until then, I'll just rip and upload to youtube.
 

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