Embed rich media
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The Enhanced Media Embed plugin makes it easy to add an enhanced content creation experience in your website or app with enriched media previews from the most popular web sources. Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, NY Times, Vimeo, Hulu, Tumblr, CodePen, SlideShare, TechCrunch, WordPress, Twitch, Spotify … and many more!
By easy, we mean easy. The service automatically “looks behind the link” to see whether a URL in the TinyMCE editor points to a rich media source. That URL will resolve into an enhanced media thumbnail whenever possible.
It is now as simple as adding a plugin to deliver a modern, content creation experience that everyone takes for granted.
Your have two deployment options. One is super easy with Tiny Cloud, the other is to go the more traditional Self-hosted route, requiring an additional server-side component to be installed and configured.
Once you have the server-side component installed, additional configuration to your
application.conf file is required. (Don’t forget to restart the Java application server after updating the configuration.)
Tiny Cloud makes setting up Enhanced Media Embed a breeze. Simply include the
mediaembed parameter in your
tinymce.init and have the Tiny Cloud services do the work for you.
Try the Enhanced Media Embed plugin and the Tiny Cloud with a free Tiny Account. New accounts receive a 30-day trial of the Tiny premium plugins, skins, and icon packs; with no credit card information or commitment required.
The Enhanced Media Embed plugin is included in the following Tiny Cloud plans:
A 14-day free trial is also available for the Tiny Cloud Essential Plan and the Tiny Cloud Professional Plan.
For information on:
- Tiny Cloud plans, see: Tiny Pricing Plans.
- Configuring the Enhanced Media Embed plugin, see: The Enhanced Media Embed plugin documentation.
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