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Event video set to hide then show have a loading problem

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Apr 30, 2020

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When I hide an event video (3MB) and eventually show the video per an action/advanced action, the video appears, but there's a Loading sign that lasts for 5-10 seconds before eventually fully loading the video.

 

This problem doesn't occur when the same video (3MB) is showing on the slide the entire time. This tells me Event Videos that are hidden and later visible via an action have a loading/buffering issue. Are there any ways to fix this?

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I didn't try it,  but may be worth to test. You can have event videos in a multistate object. Instead of hide/show, create a multistate object with a state which is Invisible (no video, just a shape without stroke nor fill) and one with the Video. Instead of show/hide you now use Change State. Please report back if this is a solution.

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Event video set to hide then show have a loading problem

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When I hide an event video (3MB) and eventually show the video per an action/advanced action, the video appears, but there's a Loading sign that lasts for 5-10 seconds before eventually fully loading the video.

 

This problem doesn't occur when the same video (3MB) is showing on the slide the entire time. This tells me Event Videos that are hidden and later visible via an action have a loading/buffering issue. Are there any ways to fix this?

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Correct answer by Lilybiri | Most Valuable Participant

I didn't try it,  but may be worth to test. You can have event videos in a multistate object. Instead of hide/show, create a multistate object with a state which is Invisible (no video, just a shape without stroke nor fill) and one with the Video. Instead of show/hide you now use Change State. Please report back if this is a solution.

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I didn't try it,  but may be worth to test. You can have event videos in a multistate object. Instead of hide/show, create a multistate object with a state which is Invisible (no video, just a shape without stroke nor fill) and one with the Video. Instead of show/hide you now use Change State. Please report back if this is a solution.

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You're a genius, girl! Thank you! Worked perfectly.

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