Watch this tutorial to learn how to use videos in Cloudinary's site cartridge for Salesforce Commerce Cloud.
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|0:15||In Cloudinary Asset Management Configurations, enable videos to appear in the Cloudinary Product Gallery on Product Detail Pages. Videos must be properly tagged according to your configuration, for example with the product ID, to appear in the gallery for a particular product.|
|1:21||Inspecting a particular video, you can see that it's delivered with Cloudinary's optimizations and transformations based on how the cartridge has been configured.|
|2:57||To customize the Cloudinary video player, go to the Video Player Studio.|
|4:28||With assets mapped to Cloudinary using view types in the catalog, the view type, video, which is imported with the metadata, determines where videos are stored in Cloudinary when one of the sync jobs is run. The location in Cloudinary is based on the path configured for that view type. In Cloudinary Asset Management Configurations, configure the video player settings as described in Customize the Cloudinary video player, then see the video appear on the product details page, but this time not in the product gallery.|
|7:43||You can also configure the cartridge to use your own video player, or use simple HTML tags to link to videos in your Cloudinary media library, in order to display videos on any of your pages.|
- Learn more in the Salesforce Commerce Cloud Site Cartridge documentation.
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