On Screencast.com, embedding can happen in several ways:
Embedding content on Screencast.com causes that content to play or display within the Screencast.com View Page without launching an external player or a new browser window. Note:
Content hosted on Screencast.com is not compressed or re-encoded into a “one-size-fits-all” format and the integrity of your original content is protected. However, your content may be resized within the View Page in order to provide the best viewing experience for your audience. Viewers of your content are always able to see your content at its original size using the Full size option provided on the View Page.
A single piece of content that is hosted on Screencast.com can be embedded within a website or blog using Screencast.com's embed code.
A folder containing several pieces of content can be embedded within a website or blog using using the Screencast.com MediaRoll. When a piece of content is selected within the MediaRoll, the viewer is taken to Screencast.com to see it.
What files can be embedded in the Screencast.com View Page?
While Screencast.com can host any kind of file and make it available for download, Screencast.com can only embed certain file types within the View Page. The tables below describe the video, audio, and image file formats that can be embedded on Screencast.com.
Some files automatically display a Library thumbnail image based on actual content from the file. For video files, the thumbnail is created from the first frame of the video. For graphic files, the thumbnail is the graphic. There are no thumbnails for audio files.