Embed audio manually

Manually embed audio via our Small Player or Medium Player.

This guide explains how to manually embed audio hosted on BeyondWords via iFrame.

You can get the iFrame code for the Small Player or Medium Player, which are customizable.


You can also embed audio automatically or share audio via URL.

Embed via iFrame

The iFrame is an HTML element that can be manually inserted into an HTML document or container.

  1. Go to the 'Content (Audios)' section of your project dashboard

  2. Hover on the audio you would like to share

  3. Select the '<>' icon ('Get embed code')

  1. Select 'Small Player' or 'Medium Player', depending which you would like to embed (both are customizable)

  2. If you are happy with the preview, select the copy icon to copy the iFrame embed code

  1. Paste the embed code into your HTML document or container, then save

The Small Player or Medium Player, featuring your chosen audio, should now appear on your page. This will automatically update if your audio is reprocessed.


Will the player slow down my website?

Our players should not slow down your website. We’ve designed BeyondWords to minimize any effect on latency. The JavaScript player is lightweight and embedded via an iFrame, which means that it only loads after all other page content has loaded. We’re also the only text-to-speech service that transcodes audio for HLS (HTTP Live Streaming), which splits audio into 15-second segments at different bit rates to ensure frictionless listening.

What happens if the audio is scheduled for later?

If you have scheduled the audio for later, you will still be able to copy and paste the embed codes. However, the player will not render until the scheduled time.

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