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Embed Audio/Video Tool

The Embed Audio/Video tool is designed to work in conjunction with video services such as TeacherTube, YouTube, or SchoolTube.  If your district website will include a large amount of video, CMS4Schools recommends subscribing to a service such as EduVision.  Check out EduVision on our support site for more information.

Note: You can also use the Embed Audio/Video tool to embed where you have been provided an embed code (ex. google maps location).

Add an Embed Audio/Video Tool

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Once you have determined which page this tool is to be added to, within Navigation Builder, click Main Body under Content.

  1. From the Add Tool to this page drop-down menu, choose Embed Audio/Video.
  2. Choose the placement of this tool on the page from the second drop-down menu.
  3. Click Add.

Embed Audio/Video Tool

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The Embed Audio/Video tool will open. You can select the radio button to either Paste Entire Code or Audio/Visual Web Address.

Paste Entire Code Option

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  1. Embed Code: Obtained the embed code for the object and paste it into the area provided.   Embed codes are available from the video service websites, i.e. YouTube, EduVision, etc.
  2. Still Image Web Address: You can provide a URL for a still image.
    Note: If you add a still image address you must also fill out the Still Image Width and Still Image Height fields.

Click Submit to add the tool to the page. The embedded file will now be displayed on the web page.

Audio/Video Web Address Option

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  1. File Type: Select either Audio or Visual for the file type you are embedding.
  2. Embed Width/Height: Enter the width and height
  3. Web Address: Enter the Web Address from the file
  4. Auto Play: The No (default) option will allow the user to press the play button to start playing the video. The Yes option will play the clip automatically after loading the page.
  5. Still Image Web Address: A still images for the file can be added by entering the URL into the area provided.

Click Submit to add the tool to the page. The embedded file will now be displayed on the web page.

 
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