Embed the Dynamic Media Video, Image viewer, or Dimensional viewer on a web page embedding-the-video-or-image-viewer-on-a-web-page

Use the Embed Code feature when you want to play the video or view an asset embedded on a web page. You copy the embed code to the clipboard so you can paste it in your web pages. Editing of the code is not permitted in the Embed Code dialog box.

You embed URLs only if you are not using Adobe Experience Manager as your WCM. If you are using Experience Manager as your WCM, you add the assets directly on your page.

See Link URLs to your Web Application.

See Deliver Optimized Images for a Responsive Site.

The embed code is not available to copy until you have published the selected asset. In addition, you must also publish the viewer preset or image preset.
See Publish Assets.
See Publish Viewer Presets.
See Publish Image Presets.

To embed the Dynamic Media Video or Image viewer on a web page:

  1. Navigate to the published video or image asset whose embed code you want to copy.

    Remember that the embed code is only available to copy after you have first published the assets. In addition, the viewer preset or image preset must also be published.

    See Publish Assets.

    See Publish Viewer Presets.

    See Publish Image Presets.

  2. In the left rail, select the drop-down list and select Viewers.

  3. In the left rail, select a viewer preset name. The viewer preset is applied to the asset.

  4. Select Embed.

  5. In the Embed Code dialog box, copy the entire code to the clipboard, and then select Close.

  6. Paste the embed code into your web pages.

Use HTTP/2 to deliver your Dynamic Media assets using-http-to-deliver-your-dynamic-media-assets

HTTP/2 is the new, updated web protocol that improves the way browsers and servers communicate. It provides faster transfer of information and reduces the amount of processing power that is needed. Delivery of Dynamic Media assets can now be over HTTP/2 which provides better response and load times.

See HTTP2 Delivery of Content for complete details on getting started using HTTP/2 with your Dynamic Media account.