To connect a video channel to your Apollo Apps application, you can choose between six types of sources: 

  • YouTube 

- Dailymotion
- Vimeo
- WMaker
- Blip
- Video Podcast (RSS)

1. Connect a YouTube channel

To connect a YouTube channel to your Apollo Apps app you will have to get a Developer Key from Google.

The process is described in detail in the online help: YouTube.

Once you have your Developer Key, use it with your username to connect your YouTube channel.

2. Connect a Dailymotion channel

To connect a Dailymotion channel to your Apollo Apps app, just enter your username.

If you're a Dailymotion user, you probably know it: it is in the URL of your profile.

For example, the username of "D8TV" is in its profile URL: http://www.dailymotion.com/D8TV

3. Connect a Vimeo channel

The process to connect your Vimeo channel is very easy.

Just click on the button that says "Request an access to the service", you will be redirected to Vimeo's website to allow Apollo Apps to access your content.
Confirm the authorization to return to your Apollo Apps backend and complete the process.

4. Connect a WMaker WebTV

To connect your WMaker WebTV to your Apollo Apps app, just enter:

  • URL of your WMaker WebTV 

- Login: Your Account ID
- Password: your password

5. Connect a Blip channel

To connect a Blip channel to your Apollo Apps application, enter your username.

If you are a Blip user, you probably know it: it is in the URL of your profile.

For example, the username of "Red vs. Blue" is in the profile URL: http://www.blip.tv/red-vs-blue.

6. Connect a Video Podcast feed

You can also use an RSS feed containing video podcasts as a source of your Video section.

In this case, you just have to enter the URL of an RSS feed which respects the specifications given by iTunes for the podcasts feeds, described on Apple's website.

Once your RSS feed is up and running, just enter its URL in the settings of the section, and click on "Add".

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