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Monday, November 21, 2005

Embed Video on your blog

Free Video Codes - Video Code Maker - Free Html Codes:
"Video codes for your video clips! Audio codes too! Post videos to the using this free video code maker."
This free tool creats all the HTML code you need to have video embeded right into the page of your blog. Works for Windows Media (WMV), Flash (SWF), Flash (FLV), QuickTime (MOV), Real (RM), and other formats (AVI, MPG etc.)

People are always asking me how to embed videos in their blog. Now there's a free tool to help you get the job done.

All you have to do is post the video onto your hosting service, grab it's URL, then paste it into the video code maker.

Click a few buttons and you'll be presented with code that you can copy and paste into your blog post.

You're a videoblogger!

7 comments:

  1. Gee, Steve, one of the things on our to-do list for Thanksgiving vacation was "Call Steve G. and ask him how to embed video in your blog" Now I don't have to! Thanks, Steve, and have a happy Thanksgiving.

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  2. Anonymous7:48 PM

    Hi, the code worked -- I have a .swf embeded on my webpage BUT IT DID NOT load with a controler bar? Why is this please?

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  3. Can you give a link to your page for us to lok at?

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  4. Yes -- I should have done that initially. What I've done in Camtasia is I have produced [from a mpg] several files [(1).xml file, (1).html file, (1).gif, and (3) .swf's -- ( a preloader, a controller, and the actual .swf movie]

    I'm linking to the .swf movie ... hmm so the page code is not reading the other files (.xml, etc)

    What I have thus far working is at: http://paleomythia.blogspot.com/

    Thank you Steve for asking.

    I do have all these files on my webserver at -- they are:

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.html
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.swf <--[the movie!]
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.config.xml
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.controller.swf
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.nofp_bg.gif
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/cmccann01/vid_test.preload.swf

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  5. Sucess! To a major degree at least. Thank you Steve -- your input helped lead my research into this endeavor -- I have it working at Paleomythia

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  6. Well - I "had" it working -- posting the code is extremely difficult because copy/pasting parses and omits parts of the code -- hopefully I'll get it working again next week :\

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  7. Just what I was looking for. Worked perfectly the first time. Thanks for making this information available.

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