THis is just a test of embeding shared video from O365 OneDrive NOT the O365 video service.
<video src="https://glowscotland-my.sharepoint.com/personal/gw09johnstonjohn4_glowmail_org_uk/_layouts/15/download.aspx?docid=0f7ad41e1c3cf417885dac0cd2d9e2f07&authkey=AZYJ4ZmOa1MF_14NjKy0bbc" poster="https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/nl/JohnJohnston/files/2017/08/waterfal.png.jpg " preload="metadata" controls="controls" width="640" height="640"></video>
The same very small (375kb) video uploaded directly to a blog and to a sway.
Will this work?
Yup, what I did was make a Sway, it only has a Title Card and a Video Card. I uploaded a mpg4 to the video card of around 100mb.
I made the sway public.
I pasted the url of the sway into the blog editor on a line by itself.
This is a bit of a kludge but it allows you to post video of over 50mb and embed it in a Glow Blog. It could be useful if you do not have access to a public video repository.
in my first try it looks like, in this browser (Safari, mac) the video is playing using Flash.
If you do not want related videos shown at the end of your video, you add ?rel=0 after the url before pasting it in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2wrYBPLsxg?rel=0
You can see the url I pasted in as an example as it is not on a line by itself. The video was added by pasting the url with ?rel=0 on a line by itself.
To embed an O365 video into your Glow blog just paste the URL to the video into the post editor.
Visitors to your blog will need to be logged on to O365 to view the video. If they are not a link to logon on will show on the post.
Today I am doing a very quick demo of using sonicpics on an ipod and putting on my blog.
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