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No my website provider has an html module built in, but you can only upload .doc files, and .html files.

 

I hope that website is cheap. Mine allows me to upload files including images and videos for around $4 a month with plenty of web space. I do use Front Page and have the site set for Front Page extensions.

I guess Front Page has been superseded by Web Expressions but I don't like what I'm hearing about it for the non-professional web builder.

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First you need to find out what format of video that Google requires for uploading. That is the only thing that can be done in EMC9. The rest is up to you and Google. You will need to contact Google to find out the HTML code you need to embed a specific clip on their website.

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I want to put a video that I created in videowave on my website. I know I can upload to google and then use there embed to put on my website, but is there an easier way to do this?

Thanks...

 

Do you have a google web site or have one by a different provider? In many cases, you can just upload a wmp file to a web site. WMV because it gives relatively good quality and a relatively small file size.

 

What HTML editor are you using?

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First you need to find out what format of video that Google requires for uploading. That is the only thing that can be done in EMC9. The rest is up to you and Google. You will need to contact Google to find out the HTML code you need to embed a specific clip on their website.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Help much appreciated...

 

Do you have a google web site or have one by a different provider? In many cases, you can just upload a wmp file to a web site. WMV because it gives relatively good quality and a relatively small file size.

 

What HTML editor are you using?

 

 

No my website provider has an html module built in, but you can only upload .doc files, and .html files.

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I hope that website is cheap. Mine allows me to upload files including images and videos for around $4 a month with plenty of web space. I do use Front Page and have the site set for Front Page extensions.

I guess Front Page has been superseded by Web Expressions but I don't like what I'm hearing about it for the non-professional web builder.

 

Download the free version of The Buzz from Roxio, set up an account on one of the free services and upload your video. The format will be converted automatically. Then use your web page to link to it.

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