Content Library 360 has 10.3+ million high-resolution photos, illustrations, icons, and videos that you can access right from Quizmaker 360. All assets are royalty-free with no attribution required. In this article, you’ll learn how to add Content Library 360 videos to your quizzes.

Adding Content Library 360 Videos to Your Quiz

  1. Go to the Insert tab on the ribbon and click Videos in the Content Library 360 group.

  2. Type a search term in the field at the top of the media browser and press Enter. (Tip: The browser remembers your last search term during the current session.)

  3. Zoom in and out by using the zoom slider in the lower left corner or by holding down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and scrolling your mouse wheel.

    And if you want to look for a different type of media after opening the browser, use the drop-down list in the upper right corner to switch to another type: photos, illustrations, icons, or videos.
  4. To preview a video before you add it to your quiz, click the Preview button that appears when your mouse hovers over a video thumbnail.
  5. Select the video you want to use and click Insert to add it your slide.

    You can select multiple videos at the same time using Ctrl+Click or Shift+Click, then insert them all at once.

Swapping Out Videos

You can swap out one video for another and keep your video properties intact. Here are two ways to do so.

Right-Click the Video

  1. Right-click any video in your quiz, scroll to Change Video, and choose Content Library 360 Videos.
  2. When the Content Library 360 browser opens, browse for a new video and click Insert.

Use Video Placeholders

If your quiz is built with video placeholders, you can delete a video you previously added to a placeholder and add another one in its place. Here’s how:

  1. Click the Insert Content Library 360 Video icon in the placeholder.
  2. When the Content Library 360 browser opens, browse for a new video and click Insert.

Using Content Library 360 Photos as Video Poster Frames

If you don’t auto-play a video in your quiz, learners will see the first frame of the video as its placeholder until it begins to play. If you’d like to display a different video placeholder, you can insert a picture file or a Content Library 360 photo. This image is called the video’s poster frame.

To use a Content Library 360 photo as a poster frame:

  1. Right-click the video, scroll to Set Poster Frame, and choose Content Library 360 Photos.
  2. When the Content Library 360 browser opens, choose either Photos or Illustrations from the file-type drop-down list in the upper right corner.
  3. Browse for the image you want to use as the poster frame and click Insert.

If you change your mind, right-click the video again and choose Remove Poster Frame.

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