University Web Services maintains the Web Part Gallery. For help on maintaining a web part in the gallery or to add a new web part contact University Web Services at email@example.com.
Before you upload a video file to the server, make sure it is optimized for the web. Large files will slow the server and provide a less than satisfactory experience for your visitors.
The university has video services for academic use available through CU Online. You may also contact Integrated University Communications to participate in a University channel on youtube.com or viddler.com.
Use the Media Web Part for WMV, MP3, or MP4 files. See the Media Web Part section.
ShockWave-Flash (.swf) files are produced using Adobe Flash and generally contain videos, animation or interactive features designed for the Internet. A .swf file format is non-editable and is read by a Flash player.Once you have created the .swf file in Adobe Flash you can upload and link to the .swf file in SharePoint.
University Web Services communicates with a variety of audiences across both campuses to help keep people informed of all things web. See the Communications page to view the UWS Communication Strategy, and the listservs associated with each audience.
In SharePoint 2010 you can insert a web part in the middle of your content or in a web part zone.
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