How do I add a video to my HTML Egg web page?
You may embed video widgets to your web page using HTML Snippets.

Embed videos from YouTube and Vimeo:
YouTube and Vimeo are two popular services that provide code snippets for websites. If your video is currently stored on your computer or in your cloud drive such as Dropbox, please upload videos to streaming sites such as YouTube or Vimeo, and then you will be able to easily embed it into the web page using the video embedding widgets.

Step by step instructions on adding a YouTube video
http://htmlegg.com/faq/question.php?product_code=Record102

Demo for adding a Vimeo video
http://youtu.be/6jryamvb5iY

The following official page from Vimeo contains detailed information on how to embed a Vimeo video in a web page:
https://vimeo.com/help/faq/sharing-videos/embedding-videos

For information on customizing the look and feel of the embedded video, please reference the section titled "How do I customize the appearance of embedded videos"

Other than sharing videos through video steaming sites such as YouTube / Vimeo, you can also embed the video directly after uploading the video file to your FTP server or cloud account.

Streaming videos consume a lot of bandwidth, this is something you should check with your web host first to verify if they support streaming of video files.

The video web URL can then be embedded using a HTML Snippet into the web page.

Please see code snippet below:

<video width="320" height="240"controls>
<source src="link_to_video"type="video/mp4">
</video>

Please adjust width and height as desired.

Please try to test the full URL to the video in a web browser to make sure you can access it.

A full URL is the complete website address starting with "http://"

If the video works, then enter the entire full URL in the snippet.

Sample code segments are available from http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_video.asp