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Hi all, I have an MP4 file I want to upload to a Confluence page, but I want it to display as a link rather than a large video player that you can watch on the page.
Confluence documentation says " As with all file types, when you insert an audio or video file you'll have the option to display it as a thumbnail or as a link on your page." but I don't see that option when I upload the video to the page. I need to host the video in Confluence, not anywhere else like YouTube.
Has anyone been able to display a MP4 file as a link?
@Aura Hill If the video is attached to the page, I believe you can:
I haven't tried this myself, so I'm not sure how this affects playing the video when you click the link.
If this doesn't work for you (or if it does) or you have further questions, please respond here.
Just paste a Weblink (Chain-Symbol -> Weblink) and copy the URL (right-klick the video/picture -> copy Video-Link) before that.
If you don't want the download action, you could publish the video as a video onto another page and in the page you wish to only show a link point the link to the video page.