As an alternative to a standard Video Lesson, you can add your videos into other lesson content that include the WYSIWYG text editor. This includes the button for Insert Video or Insert Video From Your Library.
Some of the best places to try this out include:
A Text lesson - You can use the Text Lesson type to combine multiple types of content, including videos, on the same page.
- A Quiz lesson - Create video-based quiz questions for your students by embedding video into the question or answer fields.
This article will give you the information on how to place Video, Image and Audio files into a Text Lesson. You can use these instructions to put all three items into a single Text Box.
First, create a Text Lesson.
(Embedding from Youtube or Vimeo)
Within the Text Editor, select the Insert Video Button.
Paste the link of the Video you wish to place into the text box from either Youtube or Vimeo and click Insert.
Your Video will be embedded into the text box and you will now have the option to enter Text around the Video, as below:
If you want to use a video from your video library you can by using these instructions: Embed a Wistia Video in a Text Box.
Within the Text Editor you want to select the Insert Image Button.
Select the Image File (from your computer) you want to place into the text box.
Your Image will be embedded into the text box and you will now have the option to enter text around it.
You also have the option to link the image to another site, as below:
Go into your Course Editor and Create an Audio Lesson:
Select an Audio File from your Computer.
Once the Audio File is uploaded you want to right click the audio player and select Copy Audio Address, as below:
Next, within the Text Editor, select the Audio Button.
Paste the Copied Audio Address into the Insert Audio Box and select Insert.
Your Audio File will be embedded into the text box and you will now have the option to enter text around it.Once you have inserted your audio file link, you can delete the Audio Lesson used to upload the file. The audio file will remain linked in the text editor. If you have several audio files that you would like to use in your courses, you can create a lesson or a course to upload all of your files to, and leave it as a draft so it is not visible to students.
Keywords: Youtube, Vimeo, MP3, Image, JPEG, text lesson