You can add videos to the Immerse pages of your Turtl Docs to boost engagement and interactivity. Readers will be able to watch the videos without leaving your content, and you'll be able to collect analytics including video views.

Turtl doesn't host your video content, this means that you do not upload your videos directly to Turtl. Instead, you will need to ensure that your video is hosted by a service supported by Turtl.

Videos can be added by using a URL from:

  • Youtube / Youtube playlist

  • Vimeo (Except for private videos, please see Vimeo article for further information)

  • Wistia

  • Brightcove

  • Vbrick

  • Vidyard

  • any MP4 / WEBM video hosted online (with a URL ending in .mp4 / .webm)

Inserting your video

Within the Immerse editor, place your cursor where you want to insert your video and select the Video widget.

Paste the URL of the video you want to use.

Once you have completed the details, click OK. A thumbnail of your video will now be visible within your content and your readers will be able to view the video directly from within your Turtl Doc.

Video thumbnail missing?

You will be alerted by a pop-up box saying "Could not load thumbnail" if the video you input is set to Private. To get the thumbnail to show, you will need to first change the video to Public, add it to Turtl so that we get the thumbnail, and then you can change it back to Private.

View the following video to find out more about how to upload, resize and reposition your videos:

Find out how to add captions here.

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