It seems silly to me that hubpages only officially supports youtube and vimeo. What about hulu? Or the multitude of other big video sites? Does anyone know why more video options aren't supported, and if anything is being done to fix this?
We currently support third party video via the video capsule and other video via HubPages hosted video.
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We currently have no plans to add support for any other third party video services.
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