Embedding Videos in WordPress: What Are The Alternatives to YouTube?
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Monday’s WordPress Question
A blog reader by the name of James has sent us the following correspondence:
I create screencasts using Quicktime, and then share to Youtube directly from the application.
What I’d like to be able to do instead, is embed my videos in a WordPress site, so I have a way to broadcast my stuff without relying on YouTube. I want to host the videos on my own server (I’m using Dreamhost).
Any ideas, plugins, or experience to share?
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