# Video (updated)
# Basic Content - Video
Drag and drop the More Column Content element from the Website Editor Sidebar into the column space where you want to add the Video element.
This will open the Choose Content window.
Clicking the Video element will now drop it into the column space you selected. The element will start with a default video that should be modified to fit your auction event website page accordingly.
When the Video element is highlighted it will also be seen in the "Selected Elements" section of the Website Editor Sidebar. Clicking on "Video" in the "Selected Elements" section will open up its settings.
# Edit Video (updated)
Several properties and options are available for the Video element.
# Video URL
You can enter the Video URL directly in this field or you can use the "pencil" icon after clicking the video elements "cog" icon to edit the Source and Video Id individually.
# Video Id (updated)
This field can be used for the Video ID. You will only need to enter the video's specific ID and not its entire URL when using the Source drop-down selector. Optionally, you can leave the Source field blank and enter the full video URL into this field.
This is the width of the video being displayed. The default is
# Aspect Ratio (new)
This is the aspect ratio of the video and will be used to calculate the video height based on the Width value. The Aspect Ratio is set by selecting it from a drop-down selector. The default is
# Show Popup Button (new)
The Show Popup Button toggle will enable the display of a button for auction website visitors to click to make the video a free floating "picture-in-picture" style element on the website. This is disabled by default.
An example of the "Popup Button" using the default label text.
# Enter picture-in-picture mode Button Label (new)
The Show Popup Button label text can be modified as needed to provide a label more relevant to your event with this property. The default is Enter picture-in-picture mode.
# Exit Picture-in-picture Mode Button Label (new)
With the "picture-in-picture" style enabled for the video, the original Enter picture-in-picture mode labeled button will be changed to use the text set with this property. The default is Show video inline.
An example showing the default "Show video inline" button label as well as the default location of the video using the "picture-in-picture" style. The video can be moved freely in the browser window.
# Live Streaming Support
Also see Common Element Actions for more details on managing the Video element.