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Embed a Vimeo video in an .HTML page

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I have a .wmv video. I want to embed it in my HTML page through Vimeo.

Please tell me how I can do the same.

Thanks!
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See here http://www.tizag.com/htmlT/htmlvideocodes.php

otherwise, youtube is the easiest method, upload your video to youtube, it will convert and transcode it and hos ton their servers, and provide you with the embedded code in html to include in your html.
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