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Adobe RoboHelp: Embed a YouTube Video

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Willam Van Weelden      Last week, Kevin taught you how to  embed YouTube videos in your eLearning projects. This week I'm going to keep with the YouTube theme and show you how you can embed YouTube content into your RoboHelp project. Go to YouTube and locate the video you'd like to use. Go to the  Embed  tab and copy the embed code. Paste the embed code in the topic.

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Better Embed Code for YouTube Videos

Adobe Captivate

In this video, I show you some neat ideas for embedding YouTube videos into your Adobe Captivate eLearning projects. Video adding video to captivate captivate video embed code web objects YouTube

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How to embed a YouTube video in PowerPoint

BrightCarbon

Finding video can be difficult, but there’s a little-known site called YouTube that has a few billion videos to choose from. And you can embed YouTube video in PowerPoint very easily. How to embed a YouTube video in PowerPoint. YouTube video controls in PowerPoint.

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Adobe RoboHelp: Embed a Vimeo Video

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Willam van Weelden      I have previously taught you how to  embed YouTube videos in a RoboHelp project. While immensely popular, YouTube is not the only video site.   Next, go to the  Embed  field and copy the embed code.    Now that you've got the embed code copied, the rest of the work occurs in RoboHelp.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

accessible YouTube tutorials and Netflix-style. common applications/sites you might want to embed. content from include: • YouTube • Vimeo • Google Maps • Captivate Want to present words and images that flow. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

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How to Embed YouTube Videos in PowerPoint to Gamify Your Course

DigitalChalk eLearning

And fortunately, you can easily insert videos from YouTube using two ways: Use PowerPoint itself. How can I insert a YouTube video in PowerPoint? Embedding a video from YouTube into PowerPoint 2013 is pretty simple, as the program comes with a YouTube button. You will see that the first option is YouTube. If you prefer to use the second option, From a Video Embed Code , you can copy and paste the video embed code from YouTube into the box provided.

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Adobe Captivate: Embedding YouTube Videos

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        If you need to include YouTube videos in your Captivate eLearning project, the traditional technique was to insert a click box or button on a slide and, on the Properties Inspector, use the  Open URL or File  action to target the video's URL.   When the learner clicks the click box or button, the URL action will take the learner to the YouTube video in a web browser window.

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Unable to embed a youtube video in my e-course in Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

Hi there, I have watched multiple videos on youtube about how to embed a youtube video in a Captivate 2017 project, but have been unsuccessful so far because the video won’t play. The post Unable to embed a youtube video in my e-course in Captivate 2017 appeared first on eLearning.

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Adding YouTube Videos to Your Learning Management System

Absorb LMS

YouTube is by far the world’s most popular video site. YouTube reports that: Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month. Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube. YouTube is localized in 43 countries and across 60 languages. In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or around 140 views for every person on Earth. 72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute.

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Video in Captivate – Embed Vs Stream

Adobe Captivate

Video in Captivate – Embed Vs Stream. YouTube has led everyone to believe accessing video is easy. The more notable ones are YouTube and Vimeo. Sites like YouTube, employ very aggressive algorithmic compression techniques to make the overall file size smaller. Video and multimedia in general, is increasingly becoming a staple in on-line learning. Just a couple of clicks and it all works seamlessly. It can be, but quite often, it isn’t.

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EmbedPlus : enhanced YouTube embedding

Jane Hart

Blog C4LPT Jane Hart Advice Workshops Social Learning Handbook Resources Contact The Year of Social Media 2010 Infographic 100 things to watch in 2011 EmbedPlus : enhanced YouTube embedding On January 4, 2011, in Uncategorized , by Jane Hart Want to enhance the viewer experiences and discussions around the YouTube videos you embed?

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Simple Steps to Insert a YouTube Video in Lectora

Integrated Learnings

In an earlier post on the Integrated Learnings: eLearning blog , Jonathan mentioned embedding a YouTube video in a Lectora course title. Now go to the YouTube video that you want to run in your course. In the upper right corner of the video’s YouTube page, you’ll see a URL line and an Embed line. Highlight and copy all the code on the Embed line. Then paste the Embed code from YouTube into the Custom HTML area. By Jay Lambert.

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3 Benefits to Using YouTube in your E-Learning

Integrated Learnings

YouTube is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. Well, maybe that's not a good description of YouTube. However, with the right set of instructions and proper organization, YouTube can be a great environment for learning. Content authors can take advantage of many of YouTube's features to easily upload video content, organize it, and distribute it. Let's look at three benefits to using YouTube as an e-learning distribution tool.

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How YouTube Can Help You Deliver Better Training

LearnUpon

Then YouTube is a great way to go. This post shows 6 inventive and practical ways we’ve seen businesses use YouTube in their online training. How to use YouTube in your training courses. YouTube videos can be an inventive hack to overcome this issue. You can collate the best of the best YouTube resources you’ve found and group them together. Why not reuse the recording by uploading it to YouTube? With YouTube, that’s easy to fix.

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Bring your courses to life with amazing YouTube videos

ProProfs

ProProfs makes it easy for you to add any YouTube video to an elearning course. You no longer have to copy/paste lengthy embed links or wait forever to upload HD quality videos to your course. Search for any video in the YouTube search box, watch the selected videos and add them to your course. Tip* You can also watch these videos without going to YouTube in a new tab. Benefits of YouTube Search.

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How YouTube Can Help You Deliver Better Training

LearnUpon

Then YouTube is a great way to go. This post shows 6 inventive and practical ways we’ve seen businesses use YouTube in their online training. How to use YouTube in your training courses. YouTube videos can be an inventive hack to overcome this issue. You can collate the best of the best YouTube resources you’ve found and group them together. Why not reuse the recording by uploading it to YouTube? With YouTube, that’s easy to fix.

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My 30 Wacky Videos - Leveraging YouTube Videos & Embedding Ability

Vignettes Learning

In the spirit of wackiness and rapid e-learning, I published a few of my "Wacky Videos" - done a year ago - in YouTube This was a test. I just want to contribute to some people's learning and growth; as e-Learning leaders, we can leverage YouTube's methods. Specifically, I like the ability to show my video and also allow my audience to embed my video in their blogs and sites by copying the YouTube address.

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Tools to make you drool – video training toys for IDs

Dashe & Thomson

IDs have been able to embed video in a Captivate timeline for years but, with Captivate 6, Adobe has built in a new capture-as-a-video workflow allowing you to create high-quality product demos. If you’d like to share your training with the rest of the world, you can publish it to YouTube with a single click. In my last post I examined several characteristics that make for hi-quality learning videos – [link].

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Extending Lectora with an iFrame

Integrated Learnings

In fact, if you’ve recently copied the code to embed a YouTube video , you’ve already used an iFrame. Some handy uses for iFrames in Lectora pages include: Inserting a YouTube video. In the case of YouTube, Google Docs, or some other user-friendly external site, the code will be generated for you to copy and paste. Lectora YouTube External HTML iFrameBy Joseph Suarez What’s an iFrame?

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Best Video Hosting Solutions for Online Courses

LearnDash

Using a video hosting platform allows you to upload your content onto their servers, and then embed it into the relevant pages on your site, where it won’t slow down your page load times. YouTube. YouTube is also excellent for keeping learners engaged with your content.

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Adobe Captivate (2019 release) and Interactive videos

Adobe Captivate

Create your own or bring in existing YouTube videos, add questions at specific points and conduct knowledge checks. In the Insert Video dialog, let the YouTube Video option remain selected, if you wish to embed a YouTube video on the slide and enter the YouTube video link in the URL field. youtube videosLiven up demos and training videos by making them interactive with the new Adobe Captivate.

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ID and E-Learning Links (7/17/2016)

Experiencing eLearning

Dear Rich: An Intellectual Property Blog: Can I Embed YouTube Video at For-Profit Site? Can you embed YouTube videos in courses that are developed for profit? YouTube’s terms of service say you have to add “sufficient value” beyond the video if you make money on it. tags: YouTube copyright. 60 Free Outline Icon Sets Perfect for Contemporary Designs – Design School. Free icon sets.

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Think out of the box: 3 ways to support video-based training

Rustici Software

Deliver and track content hosted in YouTube. Instead of uploading a file, simply import the YouTube URL and Engine will handle the rest, using YouTube’s iFrame Player API to embed the video in the same media player window that Engine uses for audio and video content.

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Keep getting actionscript keywords message

Adobe Captivate

I have tricked every “trick” or workaround that I have come across, but when I try to use Web Object to embed a YouTube video, I keep receiving the message (when I preview) “Swf compilation failed. ” I have also tried the YouTube widget and checked HTML5 Tracker.

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PowerPoint 2010: Inserting YouTubeVideos

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

According to their recent reports, every minute 35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube. With all that content, there's a good chance you might find some videos on YouTube that you'd like to put in your PowerPoint presentation. Here's how:  Find the video you would like to insert into your PowerPoint presentation on YouTube (or any other video site with an Embed code like Vimeo or MetaCafe). by AJ George.

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Digital reflections

Learning with 'e's

This can be hosted photo and video sharing sites such as Flickr and YouTube, or social networking sites such as Facebook, but are equally likely to be curation and aggregation tools such as Scoop.it 2013) Digital reflection: Using digital technologies to enhance and embed creative processes. Technology video YouTube My last post was about integrating technologies into education.

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Docebo used its own platform to host its Revenue Kick-Off. Here’s how.

Docebo

For RKO we used the tool Restream, allowing us to stream the feed into Youtube Live to host the live stream for our “main stage”. From there, we were able to embed a Youtube player into The Vault so that we could create a seamless experience for audiences when watching the live stream.

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Training starts for 2013

Moodle Journal

When embedding a YouTube video into a package I have always made use of the ''Share/ Embed and Use old embed code'' option. First off the ‘Use old embed code’ simply was not there, so OK find another example and use that. If you go to this site [link] and copy the video url and hit the generate but, a number of embed code outputs appear. I found that taking the first one at the top ‘ Standard definition embed’, actually worked just fine, phew.

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How I Use Rise 360 as My Presentation Tool with Zoom

Rapid eLearning

This is where I use the embed block in Rise 360 and add a timer from vclock using their embed code. You can also embed maps and all sorts of extra media using that block. Click here to view the presentation on YouTube.

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Quick and Dirty Video Production

eLearning Weekly

Once finished, you can export your project as a.swf (Flash file) and embed it on any web page. If you want to get fancy, there are a few YouTube-like systems you can set up at your organization to house video: PHPMotion (open source) and ClipShare are two examples. If so, I’d love to hear about it… Tags: eLearning commoncraft Design Development Flash technology Tools Training Video YouTube

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An Easy Way to Scale Embedded Video on Screencast.com

TechSmith Camtasia

Previously, if you wanted to embed the video at a size other than its produced dimensions, you had to manually change the Screencast.com embed code. Screencast.com recently added a convenient feature that saves you from having to manually change the embed code and/or do math. Next, copy the embed code for your blog or website.

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WEBINAR RECORDING – MAKING CAPTIVATE MORE MOBILE – HOW TO MASTER THE ADOBE CAPTIVATE WEB OBJECT FOR IMPROVED MOBILE NAVIGATION

Adobe Captivate

Embed YouTube and Vimeo files as responsive videos for mobile viewing. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to utilise the Adobe Captivate Web Object to design and create a more responsive mobile experience for your colleagues. It’s the sort of joy only you can bring them! Using the web object functionality, we’ll show you how to: Create basic HTML and CSS pages with Adobe Captivate. Include these pages as part of a SCORM file without storing them on a separate server.

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The 15+7 Best Webinar Platforms: Comparison Guide for 2020

learnWorlds

It offers the ability to add YouTube videos and whiteboards in your webinars. It offers website meeting embeds. It offers WordPress, YouTube Live, Stripe, Mailchimp integration amongst others. It offers the ability to stream to YouTube and Facebook Live.

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Starting with e-Learning? Start with Easygenerator

Challenge to Learn

You can even embed a course in your website, as easy as you can embed a YouTube video. When you are a beginner in e-Learning you have to cover a lot of things before your learners can actually start learning. Starting with e-Learning checklist. • Buy authoring software. Learn how to author. Host the course. Share the course with learners. • See the results from the learners. Easygenerator is an e-Learning authoring environment that now offers you all this and more!

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5 Myths About Video Based Learning

Your Training Edge

Around 1 billion hours of videos [1] are seen daily on YouTube. It’s like using the YouTube Model and adapting it to the company’s training and development needs, so that employees learn at work the way they learn naturally outside the workplace. From how to tie a shoe lace perfectly to create complex charts in the Excel spreadsheet, you will find the video of the same on the YouTube and other video streaming platforms.

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How video embedding on your LMS can help inspire your learners

Docebo

Docebo’s next update will allow administrators the ability to embed videos into courses using Youtube, Vimeo and Wistia. You can embed videos in your platform, which will lessen distractions by allowing your learners to play content directly in your LMS, instead of launching the videos to their respective webpages. How video embedding on your LMS can help inspire your learners and boost retention.

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How to add videos to your eFront lessons

eFront

Otherwise you can use the editor’s button to specify the dimensions: You can even select the player that will be used through this window: If you have already uploaded your video files in YouTube for example, you can embed them in eFront directly. showinfo=0 : To hide the YouTube header bar insert the character “&” and “showinfo=0?. To insert this into the embed code, you would simply use the “?” Do you want to make your content more appealing and interactive?

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Tool of the month: interactive video

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

H5P is actually a 'suite' of tools with which you can create learning activities with and without interactions that you embed in a learning environment. You can create a free account and then click on + new Hihaho and then you can import a video from for example Youtube or Vimeo. Both layers are merged into a link, embed code, Scorm package or xAPI. You can import from Youtube, Vimeo but also from Blue Billywig.

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The Ultimate Guide on Creating Webinars & Live Classes

learnWorlds

– Using YouTube Live. Small tip – you can use a calendar app like Calendly and embed the form on your website to get registrations or schedule one-to-one live training. Here is how you can embed it in LearnWorlds. Using YouTube Live.

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Telling Stories

Upside Learning

They are being told in books, on TV shows, on blogs, on YouTube and in varied forms, they are probably being swapped in your workplace too. Humans telling stories embed information in them, and when someone listens to stories, the brain searches for a deeper meaning beyond what the words are saying. Why are we shying away from one of the most powerful learning tools in the learning designer’s arsenal? – the ability to tell stories.

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