At this time, here are some solutions for you:
If you want to incorporate rich media (digital audio and video) in your Muse sites, follow these steps:
- Create an account and upload your media files to a third-party hosting provider (such as YouTube).
- Obtain the embed code for the media file you've uploaded.
- Open the desired page in Muse and choose Object > Insert HTML... to paste the code into the HTML window that appears.
Here's a list of media host providers that offer MP3 and video players you can embed:
Try using one of the providers listed above to get started. If you already have an account with a different media host provider, their service may work as well. To test it, try copying and pasting the embed source code for your media into the HTML window in a page in Muse.
If you only want to host audio, but you'd like to use YouTube's hosting service, you can use the ingenious workaround provided by Frank from our Muse Beta Archive forum:
- Prepare the video file. Use a video editing program to combine your audio file with a generic static image, such as album art or company logo, for the visual content.
- Log into your YouTube account and upload the video file.
- Copy the embed code generated by YouTube.
- Open the desired page in Muse. Choose Object > Insert HTML. Paste the embed code of the YouTube video into the HTML window and change the height of the player to 25 pixels.
- Save the Muse site and publish the page.
This strategy of resetting the player's height eliminates the video portion and just displays the player controls. If a visitor clicks the full screen mode button, the static image of the logo or album artwork will appear.