I am not sure I am understanding which videos you are referring to. A Canvas classroom shell contains no videos until a teacher or course designer adds them. Canvas currently supports both Flash and HTML5, so the videos added by your course builder could be either. The real problem lay with the major browsers, most of them only marginally support Flash video, and never as a default. Because of this we always advise our users to enable Flash Players in their browsers. If this is what you are looking for, you can learn how at Enable Adobe Flash Player in IE, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera
If you are asking about videos here in the Canvas Community, I am not sure. However, I do know that Canvas is moving towards HTML5, so I suspect that you will also find a mix in here.
If I missed what you were asking, please let me know, and I will try again.
Hi, Thank you for your reply to my question. I understand what you are saying. What I also was asking, while viewing the training videos, many won't show on my mobile device. That's why I was wondering if the training videos are in Flash?
Mary, it's been a while since you posted here, so we're revisiting this conversation. The answer to your question depends on the specific training videos to which you're referring. Are these videos that were created and provided by your school as part of a faculty training, or are they associated with training sessions provided by our Canvas trainers? Knowing the origin of the videos will help us to settle upon a more definitive answer. In the meantime, we've marked this question as Assumed Answered, but the conversation can continue here regardless.
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