Only You Tube and the video owner will earn revenue from ads on embedded videos; the site owner where the video is embedded will not earn a share.
In many jurisdictions, when a person creates an original work that is fixed in a physical medium, he or she generally automatically owns copyright to the work.
The owner has the exclusive right to use the work in certain, specific ways. Some content creators choose to make their work available for reuse with certain requirements.
Any website that embeds videos, including your own website, may generate revenue for you.
You will automatically be opted into showing ads on embedded videos if you've associated your You Tube and Ad Sense accounts and have enabled your videos for embedding.
After this, it’s up to the parties involved to resolve the issue in court.
Copyright is just one form of intellectual property.
Player details: We require that the video player be large enough in order to promote a positive user experience, therefore we recommend a 560x315 pixel or larger player.
Also, videos should be embedded using the standard click-to-play embed and not a scripted play.
If your friend, or someone else, uploaded a video, image, or recording of you without your permission, and you feel it violates your privacy or safety, you may wish to file a privacy complaint.