Hi guys. So I need some videos of a few different things. I'm wondering if I can use a video I find without getting in trouble?(doubtful) Or should I make my own videos? Is there a place to get royalty free videos? Thanks for the help!

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NichoalsB Premium
I watched the video and I did it exactly like it said to. Is there a limit on the amount of videos I can embed on one article? I get the code on there in text mode, then I switch back to visual mode and the videos show up. But when I hit update they all disappear. I have this article all written up and ready to go but I cant get it on my site because it needs the videos in it to make any sense..
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fleurallen Premium
That sounds weird maybe ask site support for that one doesn't sound like that should be happening
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NichoalsB Premium
I figured it out. Can't post code without having one line of space in between. I was posting it right under my text without having that space. Seems to be working now. Thanks for the advice bud
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RAFStuart Premium
Glad that you have found the answer.
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NichoalsB Premium
Actually I thought I did but just checked on my site and POOF! no videos. Now I have a weird looking article on my site because there is no videos.. UGH.... Been really trying to figure this out. It can't be this hard. LOL
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NichoalsB Premium
It's funny because they show up when I go to site content. But then when I go over to word press, they don't show up??? Just really weird. I've re done this article literally 10 times trying to get the videos to stay.....
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nathaniell Premium
Here's a video on how to embed YouTube vids!
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NichoalsB Premium
Thank you!
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MikaelM Premium
If you just want to embed them on your site, you can embed them from YouTube. If the option is there on a video, it is because the creator has allowed it to be embedded on other websites.

But you are not allowed to download them and upload them directly to your website. It has to be done as an embedded video.

Mikael
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onmyownterms Premium
I believe most YouTube videos are royalty free if the creator has enabled sharing. It is best to make your own videos though, lots of training on this platform on how to do it.
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NichoalsB Premium
Thank you. I guess I just haven't gotten to that part of the training yet. Just trying to spruce my site up the best I can.
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