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Embedding YouTube videos, webpages, and PDFs in a Panopto Video

The Panopto editor allows you to add YouTube videos, webpage, and PDFs to your Panopto sessions.
The following resources show how:

Embedding YouTube videos


  1. Article: How to Embed a Webpage into a Panopto video
  2. Video: Embedding a Webpage into a Panopto video


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