Add a video to a course

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Add a video from your computer

See Add a document from your computer.

You can upload videos without size limit. Bear in mind, however, that the bigger the video, the longer the upload and conversion time.

If the video size exceeds 400 MB, we suggest splitting it into several parts, or upload it to an external platform (YouTube, Google Drive, Vimeo, etc.).

    • .wmv
    • .vob
    • .mts
    • .mpg
    • .mpeg
    • .mkv
    • .m2ts
    • .flv
    • .3gp
    • .mp4
    • .webm
    • .mov
    • .m4v
    • .3gpp
    • .m2t
    • .avi

If your video is in another format, we suggest compressing it in the .zip format before uploading it. Learners will not be able to play it from the platform, but will be able to download it.

Make a video downloadable for Learners

You can make an uploaded video downloadable for Learners.

This can only be done at the moment when the video is uploaded; once the file is on the platform, you cannot change this parameter.

  1. Open a course in edition mode
  2. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  3. In the section IMPORT, below OR SELECT A FILE, check Document downloadable (pdf, doc, ppt)
  4. Click OR SELECT A FILE
  5. Choose a video file on your computer

The crucial part of this process is to check the case in step 3 before you upload the file. If you don’t perform the actions in this specific order, the video file will not be downloadable by Learners.

Add a YouTube video

You can add a public or unlisted YouTube video.

  1. Open a course in edition mode
  2. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  3. In the section IMPORT, in the section Paste a web link, enter the link (URL address) of the video

Add a private YouTube video

You can add a private YouTube video with its integration link.

  1. Get the integration link of the private YouTube video
  2. Open a course in edition mode
  3. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  4. In the section IMPORT, scroll down to the section Paste an embed code
  5. In the field Paste an embed code, paste the integration link
  6. Click OK

Add a Vimeo video

You can add a Vimeo video that is visible by everyone.

  1. Open a course in edition mode
  2. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  3. In the section IMPORT, in the section Paste a web link, enter the link (URL address) of the video

Add a private Vimeo video

You can add a private Vimeo video with its integration link.

  1. Get the integration link of the private Vimeo video
  2. Open a course in edition mode
  3. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  4. In the section IMPORT, scroll down to the section Paste an embed code
  5. In the field Paste an embed code, paste the integration link
  6. Click OK

Restrict the visibility of a Vimeo video to the platform

See section Enable domain-lever priacy in Changing the privacy settings of your videos (external link).

You can add the URL « 360learning.com », or your custom URL.

Add a Google Drive video

  1. Open Google Drive and double-click on the video
  2. On the top right corner, click on the icon with three vertical dots, then Open in a new window
  3. In the new tab, click again on the three vertical dots, and select Embed item...
  4. Copy the integration link
  5. Open a course in edition mode
  6. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  7. In the section IMPORT, scroll down to the section Paste an embed code
  8. In the field Paste an embed code, paste the integration link
  9. Click OK

Add a video from an external site

If the external site provides an embed code for the video, you can add it to a course.

  1. Get the embed code for the video
  2. Open a course in edition mode
  3. In the left sidebar, click Add a document
  4. In the section IMPORT, scroll down to the section Paste an embed code
  5. In the field Paste an embed code, paste the embed code
  6. Click OK

Add a YouTube livestream

  1. Enable YouTube livestream
  2. Follow the process to integrate the video

See more about YouTube live streaming.

Add a video in 360 degrees

You can add a video in 360 degrees just like any other video.

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