Video Element

Display Your Videos Anywhere

Self Hosted Videos For Your Content

Integrate your own videos directly into your website with our Video Element, built into Fusion Builder and Avada.

UI Control

With the Video Element you have full control over how the video plays and displays.

  • Set the Video Width

  • Choose to Show or Hide the Controls

  • Video Pre-loading Options

  • Loop, Autoplay or Mute Video

Design Options

You also have full control over the array of design options on offer with the Video Element.

  • Add an Overlay Color

  • Add Border Radius

  • Set a Box Shadow

  • Align Your Video

  • Add Margins

Mobile Visibility Settings

Our mobile visibility system gives you full control over what displays based on 3 customizable screen sizes. Every Fusion Builder Element has these settings and they allow you to show or hide elements on various screen sizes. In addition, you can choose what those screen sizes are! This gives you maximum control to set the exact point when an element should show or hide. Resize the page to see the elements appear or disappear based on what we set.

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Customize Elements Globally Or Individually

Elements can be controlled globally inside of the Fusion Theme Options, or individually per Element by changing the options for each once added to a page or post. Individual Element options will always override the global theme options. This flexibility gives you the ultimate freedom to style Elements and content that is unique and will stand out from the rest of the site.

General Options

  • Video MP4 Upload – Add your MP4 video file. This format must be included to render your video with cross-browser compatibility.
  • Video WebM Upload – Add your WebM video file. This is optional, only MP4 is required to render your video with cross-browser compatibility.
  • Video Max Width – Set the maximum width the video should take up. Enter the value in pixel (px) or percentage (%), ex: 200px. Leave empty to use full video width. Default currently set to 100%.
  • Video Controls – Controls whether the video controls should show or not.

  • Video Preloading – Controls how / if the browser should preload the video. Choose “Metadata” if only the video metadata should be preloaded on page load or “Auto” to preload the full video on page load.
  • Loop Video – Controls whether the video should loop or not.
  • Autoplay Video – IMPORTANT: In some modern browsers, videos with sound won’t be auto played, and thus won’t show as container background when not muted.
  • Mute Video – IMPORTANT: In some modern browsers, videos with sound won’t be auto played, and thus won’t show as container background when not muted.
  • Preview Image – Upload an image to display as a video preview.
  • Element Visibility – Choose to show or hide the element on small, medium or large screens.

  • CSS Class – Add a class to the wrapping HTML element.

  • CSS ID – Add an ID to the wrapping HTML element.

Design Options

  • Overlay Color – Controls the overlay color of the video element.
  • Border Radius – Enter values including any valid CSS unit, ex: 10px. Set Top/Left, Top/Right, Bottom/Right, Bottom/Left.
  • Box Shadow – Set to “Yes” to enable box shadows.
  • Box Shadow Position – Set the vertical and horizontal position of the box shadow. Positive values put the shadow below and right of the box, negative values put it above and left of the box. In pixels, ex. 5px.

  • Box Shadow Blur Radius – Set the blur radius of the box shadow. In pixels.
  • Box Shadow Spread Radius – Set the spread radius of the box shadow. A positive value increases the size of the shadow, a negative value decreases the size of the shadow. In pixels.

  • Box Shadow Color – Controls the color of the box shadow.

  • Alignment – Select the video’s alignment.

  • Margin – Spacing above and below the video. Enter values including any valid CSS unit, ex: 4%.