Interactive videos - choice other than YouTube for hosted videos
I am creating many interactive videos for a college/community course. We use Moodle for our LMS. I don't want to host the videos on YouTube, as I have concerns about the ability of those videos to be easily downloaded, and we need to capture analytic information for our granting agency.
Each time I attempt to use a link to the video the result is "video format not supported." I have tried Google Drive, ScreenPal, and Box. I tried the directions in one of the other forums which explained how to use DriveToWeb as a work-around, and also made sure I added #.mp4 or #.webm to the end of the direct link to the video. Nothing has worked.
Help would be greatly appreciated. We would prefer to use ScreenPal, if possible.
https://isu.box.com/v/skeletal1mtasl Public link to sample video in Box
https://screenpal.com/watch/c0e6qJV4Fa4 Direct link to sample video in ScreenPal
Embed code from ScreenPal:
<div id="som-player" class="som-embed-player" data-id="c0e6qJV4Fa4"><script src="https://screenpal.com/player/appearance/c0e6qJV4Fa4"></script><iframe width=100% height=100% style="border:0;" scrolling="no" src="https://screenpal.com/player/c0e6qJV4Fa4?width=100%&height=100%&ff=1&tit..." allowfullscreen="true"></iframe></div>
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PDHSEKjBcugG83GFOZu5WMvykfOmZlm5/view?u... Public link from Google Drive