Quickly embed a video from YouTube, Vimeo, Wistia, Loom, or the video-hosting service of your choice by entering the video URL (or full embed code). We'll make sure the video is embedded responsively (so that it automatically resizes on any screen) when you embed from the URL.

Sample Video Embed: learner preview mode on left and design mode on right

How to embed a video.

  1. Create a new step on your course Path and open the step.

  2. Select "Media" then "Embed Video." You've added an Embed Video Block to your step!

  3. Paste in your URL (or paste the full embed code into the appropriate field).

  4. Optionally add more Blocks. When finished, hit Publish.

*If embedding unlisted or private videos from YouTube or Vimeo, please see the FAQs below for specific privacy setting requirements.


What sources can I embed from?

The Embed Video block is designed to let you quickly embed videos from third-party services such as Vimeo, YouTube, Wistia, etc.

Features

With the Embed Video Block, you can...

  • Embed via URL and we'll make sure the video is embedded responsively.

  • Embed via full embed code and customize the code however you wish.

  • Easily reorder and reuse the finished Block.


FAQs

Q. Can you host my video or audio content?

A. Yes, use an Upload Video Block to upload your video files. Use an Audio Block to upload your audio files.

Q. Why isn't my private video showing up for learners?

A. Some privacy settings will not allow your videos to be viewed by learners when embedded in your course.

Q, Can I embed a button link?

A. Yes, you can use the Meeting Block to add a link out to a virtual meeting or calendar app (or anything, really).

Q. My third-party embeds aren't loading correctly. What can I do?

A. Some types of embeds ask you to inject a script into your school header. Go to Account Settings > Connect other apps > Add custom code & pixel tracking, and paste the code provided by the third-party app under "Inject code into the header."

Q. Can I embed using SCORM?

A. We are currently unable to export to or import from SCORM. We've been looking into the new Tin Can version of SCORM since it is a better, more future-oriented version, but we don't have a timeline for implementing it.

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