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Can't keep video height at 100% relative to viewport, portrait or landscape, all times

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May 20, 2020

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Hey guys!

I'm having a hard time getting around this responsive design issue. Maybe you can help me.

 

I have a landscape, fullscreen, embeded video on stage.

 

I need it to always be horizontally centered on any screen, and at 100% height.

Which means, in landscape, it will basically display the whole video.

However, in portrait, it should cut off the sides, keeping only what fits in the middle, when the height is at 100%.

 

I tried all the settings I could think of using the breakpoint views. Nothing worked.

 

Any ideias?

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Can't keep video height at 100% relative to viewport, portrait or landscape, all times

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Hey guys!

I'm having a hard time getting around this responsive design issue. Maybe you can help me.

 

I have a landscape, fullscreen, embeded video on stage.

 

I need it to always be horizontally centered on any screen, and at 100% height.

Which means, in landscape, it will basically display the whole video.

However, in portrait, it should cut off the sides, keeping only what fits in the middle, when the height is at 100%.

 

I tried all the settings I could think of using the breakpoint views. Nothing worked.

 

Any ideias?

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I think this must be the first time I have ever heard of someone wanting the video to be cut off on the sides.

 

If you cannot find any setting to do this, the most likely reason is going to be that the Adobe Captivate developers weren't expecting this to be a requested feature either.

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Hi Rod,

 

The funny thing is that I managed to get the video cut off on the sides.

The problem is to keep it full screen when I change the orientation of the mobile phone to landscape.

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