How to embed a Soundbite snippet

Currently you can't embed the player with the Soundbite start/stop times using the "Embed" < > "Copy Code" buttons. That will only copy the embed code for the entire episode (we're working on improving this feature).

There is a workaround, however.

Embed code for a Soundbite snippet:

  1. Set the Soundbite start/end times
  2. Click the "Share via" link icon
    The icon will flash a green checkmark to let you know you've copied the link successfully.
  3. Paste the link in text or word editor. E.g.
  4. Copy the code from the "?" to the end of the "end" variable, e.g.
  5. Go the episode embed code. Paste the start/end variable times in to the embed URL, e.g.

    <div data-url="" style="width: 100%; height: 100%;"></div> <script> (function() { var qs, js, q, s, d = document, gi = d.getElementById, ce = d.createElement, gt = d.getElementsByTagName, id = 'soun_der', b = ''; if (!, id)) { js =, 'script'); = id; js.src = b + '/embed.js'; q =, 'script')[0]; q.parentNode.insertBefore(js, q);}})(); </script> <div style=" font-family: Sans-Serif; font-size: 12px; color: #999; opacity: 0.5; padding-top: 5px;"> powered by <a href="" style="color: #999;" target="_blank">Sounder</a></div>

    **Note: if there are options such as closed captioning turn on, then they need to have the "?" preceding their variable. In the example above, the url would look like this:   


You've now embedded the portion of your episode defined by the Soundbite start and end times.

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