It sounds like what you're trying to do is simply provide a link to a YouTube video, but using an image of your choice that visitors can click on. If this is the case, in WordPress you'd want to switch over to the [HTML] tab instead of [Visual] in the editor. Then you can simply setup your link this way:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/embed/A3PDXmYoF5U"><img src="http://YourDomain.com/wp-content/images/YouTube.jpg">YouTube Video</a>
Essentially what you're doing is surrounding a standard <img> tag that has the source of the image you'd like to use in your link, with an anchor tag <a> pointing to the YouTube video you'd like played when the user clicks on that link. In this example I also simply put the text "YouTube Video" in-between the anchor tags as well so that it's obvious it's a link. However the image itself should be clickable, and if you prefer to remove the text the image will still link there without any issues.
Please give this a shot and let us know if this is exactly what you were trying to accomplish, or if you were possibly looking for something a bit different.
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