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  • Hi,

    I need to know how can i insert video animation in my wordpress site.
    I mean video animation like this site :

    Not include Youtube video.

    Thanks for your response.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hello,

    You can insert a video on a page the same way that you insert an image but only if the video is small.

    I think the size of the video you can upload depends on your hosting provider but, it is normally between 3 and 8 Mb in size.

    The first video in the page you mention is an embed from Youtube but the second one is much smaller (only 1 Mb) and runs on auto-loop from the website itself.

    Hope this helps.

    Hi,

    Thanks for response, yes i need to know how embed the second one
    I test replace a photo by a small video (mp4, 2Mo)
    But it don’t works.

    I use Divi theme and divi builder, if it help to understand.

    Thanks

    Hello,

    I don’t know if it’s done differently in Divi, but normally you first upload the video onto the Media Library and then insert it in the post or page the same way as you insert an image.

    Does the video work OK on your computer? You could do a test with a different video, even if it’s just to double check that is not the problem.

    Also, can you give more detail about what happens, please? It would be useful to have more information like:

    * Does the video upload onto the Media Library OK?
    * Do you get an error message in the screen? If you do, when does the error appear?
    * Are you able to insert the video onto the page/post?
    * What can you see on the Editor page after inserting it? How does it show in the front end?

    Thanks.

    You can put videos into your page, but it is only one video format. So it will work for visitors that use a browser where that format works, but not for visitors that need a different format. Also, there are typically issues with testing videos locally.

    Because of the formats and lack of browser support, and also all the bandwidth needed to server the video, it is better to have the video on a 3rd party site and embed it into your page. The 3rd party site supplies all the different formats needed for the different browsers and devices.

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