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Exporting Drag and Drop Activity as something other than video?

Community Beginner ,
Mar 22, 2019

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Hey all!

I've created a simple drag and drop activity that is going within an eLearning platform. Ideally, it would act within the webpage without being a video, but it seems it has to export as one. Are there ways to remove the playhead and video controls, or should that be coded on my webpage instead? It's a bit of an eye sore.

I'm new to the program, so feel free to point out anything obvious I'm missing

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Exporting Drag and Drop Activity as something other than video?

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Mar 22, 2019

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Hey all!

I've created a simple drag and drop activity that is going within an eLearning platform. Ideally, it would act within the webpage without being a video, but it seems it has to export as one. Are there ways to remove the playhead and video controls, or should that be coded on my webpage instead? It's a bit of an eye sore.

I'm new to the program, so feel free to point out anything obvious I'm missing

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Mar 22, 2019

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Video is per definition passive,  all interactivity will be lost. You need to publish to HTML5 to keep interactivity, and since you talk about D&D you need it. The punlished folder has to be uploaded to a webserver, and you can point to the index.html file like with any other website.

I have plenty of examples embedded in my blog, or in the articles posted in the eLearning Community. Have a look at this one:

https://elearning.adobe.com/2017/08/built-in-states-for-dragdrop-objects/

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