Testing Video

I am going to write more about this later this week but I have been on a self-exploratory mission to learn more about embedding video without the use of Google or YouTube or TeacherTube, etc.

It has to do with showcasing puppet shows for families and not wanting to have any external links, and fast buffering (we have wireless in our school and if I have 20 students viewing puppet shows, I need a quick buffer).

So here is a test:

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.box.net/shared/static/fs58j88g88.swf" width="350" height="300" wmode="transparent" /]

Kevin

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  1. Kevin,
    I, too, am interested in embedding video directly into my blog. I have been frustrated with TeacherTube and YouTube, So, I am hoping you will further explain the process you went through, the hardware you used, and the software or application you used to do this.
    Please keep writing.
    Dave

  2. Hello,
    I’m a new visitor directed to your site after visiting Larry’s pages. I’ll be looking forward to finding out how you put up your own class video too.
    Thanks. This was a pleasure to view.
    Best wishes for 2008 from a fellow ‘meandering mind,’
    Evelyn

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