Digital video is very popular these days. Many teachers and students are creating digital videos for their teaching and learning activities. However, putting a video online and embedded in a Web page is challenging for many teachers and students. The Center for Instructional Technology at the University of California, San Francisco has created an easy-to-use Web service called “Embedded Media HTML Generator” which generates the HTML needed to embed QuickTime, Real, Windows Media, and Flash files in your Web site. You simply choose the format of the video you want to embed (Flash, QuickTime, Real Media, or Windows Media Video), you fill out the form detailing file names and locations as well as any optional settings (desired width and height, auto play, and looping) and hit submit. You will then be presented with the HTML codes. All you need to do is copy the generated HTML codes and insert directly into your web page. It is very simple and easy process.