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Yes there are two ways. In the blog editor there is a video link window to the right next to the photo icon. You can put the link address in there and it will put it into your post ahowing the video window. This method was pulling it to the left margin and not allowing centering. I don't kow if that has been corrected.
The second way is to copy the iframe language or the imbed code from YouTube and paste it into the hyperlink section where you want it to appear. I prefer this method and like to center it there. Type the word HERE in your blog editor where you want it to be placed, then open your HTML indicated by the <>on the tool bar of the editor. To center add <center>immediately before the embed code and </center> immediately after.
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Yes, there is an Embed option.
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Charles Ross yes, grab the embed code. Mark the location where you'd like to place the video in your post (like 'XXXX') Click on HTML code button. Search for XXXX and replace it with your embed code!
You have now included the video in your post.
Debbie has great answer.
Debbie nailed this one!
You could also add an image in place of where you want the video. When the image is clicked you can have it open the video (assuming it's on something like Youtube, Vimeo, etc (outside hosting)) in a new window or tab. I mention this because as you start adding video embed after video embed on your blog, you can actually slow down your site's load time quite a bit - and as a consequence you could sacrifice good Search Engine rankings. Just something to consider if you plan on multiple vids. For details, just search "how to link an image and target a new window" - you'll find stuff like this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3139811/how-to-link-an-image-and-target-a-new-window
I like Debbie Reynolds answers so much that I have copied both to keep me on track. Great question!
I learned a lot from the answers.
You click on the embed option and the video pops up.
Everyone here seems to have the answer. I stopped by to read the answers. I was doing it the first way that Debbie R mentioned. I hated that the video wouldn't center. Now I'll start doing it the second way she suggested.