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When to use Video
Embedding a video on a page Leveraging video content can serve as a useful, supplemental, learning resource for users. Embedding a video into a page Video should not replace written instructions, unless the transcript of the video is also present on the page. All videos embedded into documents linked to must be captioned, for additional information Syracuse University ITS provides additional video captioning resources.
How to embed a video
Video can be embedded into a page, however, it first must be uploaded as an attachment. Then, in editing mode the following steps will allow for video to be embedded.
- Do not embed video into documents.
- All video must be captioned.
- Within documents insert a link to redirect the reader to externally hosted video.
- Host videos on the Syracuse University Ensemble service.
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