To solve this, I research different HTML Editors which would allow me to post videos. Most were too expensive for my budget, but I did eventually come up with the one I use now, Coffee Cup Software. You can buy individual programs or Bundled Packages according to what you want.
Packages can be found at https://www.coffeecup.com/store/
Indivdual listing are at http://www.coffeecup.com/software/
Some I purchased in a package and others separately, so look them over and decide what is best for you.
One really good thing about Coffee Cup, is that it gives you Free Trials of many of the programs. The trial periods vary. There are also free updates of all programs you purchase.
I mainly use
* the HTML Editor which can be either HTML or WYSIWYG.($49)
(There are a few quirk in loading images into the WYSIWYG, but I eventually figured out how to get around them.)
* The Web Form Builder ($39) so my web page could have submittable, fill able forms with notification of submission in my email.
* Web Video Player(39) which allowed me to add videos to my page. I have several Youtube videos and others that I have been able to put on without any problem.
Once I got used to the programs and built my website I later added
* Shopping Cart Creator ($49) and I've started to build a store on my site, but haven't worked on it too much recently.
* Google Sitemapper ($29) which scans your web site and automatically builds an xml file for the search engines and an html page for your site
I also do a Website for Our Volunteer Fire Department in Northern NY. They asked about a password protected section for members ony, so I purchased
* Website Access Manager ($34)
As I'm looking over this list, I realize that it is adding up, expense wise, but with adding them as I'm ready for them, I learn them one at a time and make better use of them and the cost is more affordable in smaller increments.
I hope all of has been helpful for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.