You may need to install Adobe Shockwave in order to allow videos to play:
Click Add Video link
Video List you can see the videos of that Shape.Net library that are included in
your installation of Shape Net.
If you’d like to enhance your library, you have the ability to modify descriptions, as well as, adding links to your own videos!
You may notice, at this point, that all of the videos in our library currently reside on YouTube. You can do the same. Here’s how:
- Create an account on YouTube
- Upload a video
- NOTE: The video needs to be public. Private videos cannot be linked.
- NOTE: You also need to allow external sites to embed and play the video.
- After the upload is complete, a snippet of code will be displayed to you for embedding
a. Example: <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie"
b. The important part is shown in bold. This is the URL of the video and it is what you will store in your Shape Net installation, using the Add Video function - follow this format http://www.youtube.com/v/cdQrKtqUETk
- For existing video's find it on YouTube click the share option/Click Embed/Copy the URL that appears in quotes it will appear something similar to the following. You will copy the bolded area only when creating/linking your video in Shape.
- <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/xzOPfdbnjN8" frameborder="0" gesture="media" allow="encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
- Link the video in Shape by logging into Shape.Net and navigating to the
Functions>>Videos>>Add Video function. Fill out the necessary fields, paste the URL from step from 3b - making sure it looks exactly like the above format. above into the Video URL field ), and click Add Video button.
It’s not cut and paste, its cut, paste, edit.
If you look at another uploaded video’s string you’ll see the /v/ with other characters removed, just copy that format.
Also, do not use the “share” link, use the URL from the browser while watching the video.