Drupal video sites offer a simple way to easily embed video content and play it on your own website.

You can then create an interactive webcast using your own content, or embed your own video from a different source.

This guide will walk you through the process of embedding videos using Drupal video content.

If you’re already familiar with the Drupal video site workflow, then this guide will be a breeze.

It’s best to start by reading our video site article first.

If not, you can read more about creating and embedding video sites using Drupal.

First, we’ll cover what a video site is and how it works.

Then, we will cover how to create a simple interactive webcam using the video site you’ve just created.

Before we start, you’ll need a few basic video site configuration details.

The easiest way to set up a video server is to install a web server for your Drupal site.

You’ll need the following information: Drupal version The version of Drupal you’re installing.

Drupal server You will need a web host to host your Drupal video server.

This can be done using a dedicated web host, a free hosting service, or a paid service.

If your site has a video hosting option, then you can configure the video server to host videos hosted on your Drupal server.

Note: This section only applies to Drupal 7.

For Drupal 8, use the following Drupal configuration settings: Default video site site settings You will also need to set the video source of your video site.

To do this, navigate to the site configuration menu on your site, click “Edit”, and then “Set video source”.

You will then need to select a video source.

To set a video location, go to the video location dropdown, click the “Add video” button, and select a location to store your video.

You will now be able to edit the settings of your site using the “Edit” button.

The default settings you should change to include the video hosting settings.

In the video host location dropdowns, you will find options to set your video location and the video quality.

In our example, we are using the default settings of a free video hosting service.

Setting the Video Source and Video Quality Setting the video-hosting source and video quality is a little more complicated.

We’ll cover this in a minute.

We will need to create the video for this example.

For the purpose of this example, I am going to set it to the default video source that is “http://www.drupal.org/video/index.php?” and set the quality to 30.

For more information on video source settings, check out the video content guidelines from Drupal’s Content Guidelines.

We need to choose the “Drupal Video” video source for this sample video.

This video site has already been created.

If this is the first time you’ve done this step, you may need to make a few changes to the source.

First of all, change the video settings to include video quality, the default setting.

To find the video, navigate on your video page to “Video”, then “Settings”.

In the “Video Settings” window, you should see the video you want to add.

The video settings will then look something like this: You can also find the full source for the video at the end of this section.

After choosing the video setting, the next step is to create an HTML5 video.

If all went well, you’re all set!

You can now use the video on your page to add video to your page, and it will display.

Once you’ve finished creating the video using the settings you’ve selected, you need to upload the video to a video hosted on a video host.

You should see a video called “video.html” at the bottom of your page.

Now you can go ahead and edit the video by navigating to “Settings”, then selecting “Video”.

You should be able use the “Preview Video” tab on the video page and see the HTML5 code that you uploaded.

Now that you’ve uploaded your video, you’ve got a great video, but what happens if the video doesn’t play?

This is a common issue that many people encounter.

To fix this, you simply need to modify the video file and run a small script to play it.

First thing you need is to open up a web browser, navigate over to your video host, and go to “Tools”.

Then, open up the video in your browser, and make sure the video is visible in the top left corner.

Now go back to your home page and your video will appear as normal.

If the video does not play, try clicking on the “Play” button on your web browser to restart it.

If everything went well and the site does not have video, then go ahead to add the video.

Now, you are all set to go ahead, and add the content