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Can an FMR continue playing where it left off on the next slide?

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May 01, 2019

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Is there a way to have a FMR playing on a slide then when a button is pressed have the video continue playing where it was but add an image over top?

I am creating a software simulator for call center software and it shows how long the agent has been on a call. I want to be able to press a button on an FMR slide so that I can add a PNG file showing what dropdown happens when they press that button but keep the FMR from the previous slide running where it left off.

The goal is to show how long someone has been on the call while being able to show some of the options agents can press while on calls.

The only way I can think of to do it is to just have the FMR start over on the next slide when they press the button however that starts the call timer over from :01.

Any ideas?

Using Windows Captivate 2019

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You really have very little control over a FMR slide. I tend to replace them all by Video Demo slices. In that case you have a synchronized video slide which offers lot more control., since you can use the Video Demo editor.

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Can an FMR continue playing where it left off on the next slide?

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Is there a way to have a FMR playing on a slide then when a button is pressed have the video continue playing where it was but add an image over top?

I am creating a software simulator for call center software and it shows how long the agent has been on a call. I want to be able to press a button on an FMR slide so that I can add a PNG file showing what dropdown happens when they press that button but keep the FMR from the previous slide running where it left off.

The goal is to show how long someone has been on the call while being able to show some of the options agents can press while on calls.

The only way I can think of to do it is to just have the FMR start over on the next slide when they press the button however that starts the call timer over from :01.

Any ideas?

Using Windows Captivate 2019

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

You really have very little control over a FMR slide. I tend to replace them all by Video Demo slices. In that case you have a synchronized video slide which offers lot more control., since you can use the Video Demo editor.

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You really have very little control over a FMR slide. I tend to replace them all by Video Demo slices. In that case you have a synchronized video slide which offers lot more control., since you can use the Video Demo editor.

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