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Can we have a Call to Action or clickable links in my videos?

It's understandable why you would ask this question - after all, clickable call-to-action links are a great way to drive more conversions and increase engagement with your videos.

In the advanced Editor, you need to write that way :

Unfortunately, MP4 videos don't allow clickable links.

Your video will still show that there was a link, but people can't click it from "old school" players such as YouTube or Vimeo, or on their computer's video player.

This is how links will be shown in a video

However, with OneTake, you can embed the OneTake Player on your blog, membership site or landing page, and then the link will remain clickable. This means that you can still have the same level of engagement with your viewers, and OneTake makes it easy to do this with just one click.

If you choose to use YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, or other platforms to host the MP4 video file, they will not allow clickable links in the video. Therefore, the only way to ensure clickable links is to use the OneTake Player.

To use the OneTake player, you'd use either the direct access link, or the embed code:

Where to find the Player link (so that your links are clickable)

At OneTake, we have developed an A.I. video editing software that makes it easy for you to edit and publish videos in one click. With OneTake, you can earn more, save time, and show your expertise to the world. So if you need a video with clickable links, OneTakeis the perfect solution.

Updated on: 12/12/2023

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