Traditionally the way a developer handles this is they have an event that is triggered by some action, such as on slide change, where it finds the iframe for the video player then copies the contents of the "src" attribute into a benign attribute such as "original\_src" and then changes the contents of src to either empty or an image of some sort.
Recently I was tasked with exporting the latest submissions from a specific form built with Webforms, the Drupal module. The requirements are that it runs every 30 minutes, is built in a specific XML format, and only sends submissions that have yet to be sent.
For several years now I have been developing custom modules for various projects. However, up until recently, I had never submitted any of those modules to the Drupal community. I have been working for VML since the beginning of January and I have developed multiple modules for various projects.
Today I submitted a contribution to the open source e-commerce project called OpenCart. My contribution is an XML product feed generator script that is compatible with Google Base. It requires no modification of the Open Cart core and is a simple upload installation.