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HTML5 duplicated videos

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Nov 16, 2017

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Hi.

O have this module I need the student to see the same video 3 times in diferent moments.

In the Captivate library there is only one vídeo, but when In publish, the video folder is full of copies.

When I delete these copies the videos doesnt work on the HTML5 test. I get a blank screen.

Is there a way to Captivate dont duplicate the video?

Thanks a Lot.

Baldoino

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Correct answer by TLCMediaDesign | Adobe Community Professional

I would think the best option would be to put the video in an html page and zip it, then insert into Captivate as an HTML5 animation.

Put it on the first slide you need it and display for the rest of project, then show and hide the animation.

It may get complicated depending on what you are using to show the video. I imagine you would need listeners in the html to listen for clicks or slide enters to pause/play or rewind the video.

Just hiding it in Captivate will not stop the video from playing, it's just not visible.

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HTML5 duplicated videos

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Nov 16, 2017

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Hi.

O have this module I need the student to see the same video 3 times in diferent moments.

In the Captivate library there is only one vídeo, but when In publish, the video folder is full of copies.

When I delete these copies the videos doesnt work on the HTML5 test. I get a blank screen.

Is there a way to Captivate dont duplicate the video?

Thanks a Lot.

Baldoino

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by TLCMediaDesign | Adobe Community Professional

I would think the best option would be to put the video in an html page and zip it, then insert into Captivate as an HTML5 animation.

Put it on the first slide you need it and display for the rest of project, then show and hide the animation.

It may get complicated depending on what you are using to show the video. I imagine you would need listeners in the html to listen for clicks or slide enters to pause/play or rewind the video.

Just hiding it in Captivate will not stop the video from playing, it's just not visible.

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I would think the best option would be to put the video in an html page and zip it, then insert into Captivate as an HTML5 animation.

Put it on the first slide you need it and display for the rest of project, then show and hide the animation.

It may get complicated depending on what you are using to show the video. I imagine you would need listeners in the html to listen for clicks or slide enters to pause/play or rewind the video.

Just hiding it in Captivate will not stop the video from playing, it's just not visible.

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Thank you very much!
Your answer helped me a lot.

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Hi.
I think it's a good solution.
But if the video I want to use on several slides, share space on each of the slides with other content, text, photo, etc.?
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