Your video is 'private' so we can't view it. You have to go into the youtube video settings and make it 'public'.Hi folks,
I am having a similar ticking sound and rattle from the engine after a timing belt change and some other maintenance items. The noise started off very low in volume (i thought it was plastic bag in the wheel well at first) and got louder.
Looking forward to Cascadia and GTSSportCoupe's findings!!
One of the hardest things in doing the timing belt change is torquing the crank pulley bolt properly. Otherwise it can come loose and destroy the crankshaft keyway as it bangs back and forth. Hopefully that is not what your problem is. The way I've dealt with torquing the crank pulley is I made a tool out of a long piece of flat bar steel that bolts to the crank pulley (using threaded holes around inner radius). It has a hole in the middle to put a rachet socket through. This allows me to hold the pulley/crank in one position with the bar, and use the rachet to torque the bolt. This is how the repair manual says to do it - except they say to use a genuine Toyota special service tool (SST).