It was only a few days ago when Twitter brought direct video sharing on its platform. Today, Twitter announced that these hosted videos can now be embedded on websites in the very same way you can embed tweets.
To embed a Twitter hosted video on your website or blog, use the same (•••) option you would use to embed a Tweet.
Twitter will then provide you with an HTML snippet (and a preview of how the video will look like) that you can just copy and paste into your website.
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Here is a great (cat video of course) example of a Twitter video embedding in this post (check how you can make the original tweet appear by clicking on the small Twitter logo in the bottom corner of the video – this is an option when picking up the embed code):
The exciteding lives of cats pic.twitter.com/JVbmxuLPCA
— Roberto Baldwin (@strngwys) March 2, 2015
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