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Moodle E-Learning Course Development - Third Edition by William Rice

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Adding Media – Video and audio

If you want to add video or audio to your course, you have two choices. First, you can add it as a resource, or file. If you do that, when the student selects the file, one of two things will happen. Either the media file will be downloaded to the student's computer, and played by the software on the student's computer, or Moodle will try to play that file with its built-in media player. If multimedia plugins are enabled under Site Administration | Plugins, then Moodle will try to play the file in its built-in media player. If multimedia plugins are not enabled, then the file will be played using whatever media player that is on the student's computer (such as Windows Media Player or QuickTime).

Second, you can embed ...

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