how can one upload home made video on? Is there to convert it to a link and how can it be converted and linked to a hub.
You can firstly upload your video to a video content site like Vimeo, Revver, Metacafe, Youtube. Then you can then select - add video in your hub, then paste in your embed or URL code from the video site you used that hosts your video.
Hope that helps
I think it helps but I need to get some things. I clicked the add video and below it is options like youtube e.t.c so do I click those options and upload the video at those sites first and it will bring me back to the hub with the video attached? or do I go to my account in any of those sites and upload the video and then use the link or whatever obtained to now link to my hub? I ask because what happens to those that do not have youtube account and the other sites? Thanks for the comment.
Will the video also appear on any of the other sites used like Youtube?
To put a video into a video module on Hubpages, you need a link from a video site first ( for example YouTube) that link you then paste into the Hubpages video module.
The video can be from your own YouTube account if you have one, or any other video you link, from YouTube. The video linked will only appear on YouTube and your hub.
Okay, I shall try it out. I hope I can still remember my youtube account.
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