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Interactive Videos Cutting short

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Apr 09, 2020

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I was using Vimeo to link my interactive videos to, but some (not all) of them were cutting off before the end when playing the SCORM’d module.  So I switched back to my trusty YouTube and the same error is happening.  When I view the project in the HTML viewer they are working fine however, when I SCORM the project and watch it from my LMS the odd film is cutting off. 

 

I am using Captivate 2019, and the project is timed to move on automatically?  

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Interactive Videos Cutting short

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I was using Vimeo to link my interactive videos to, but some (not all) of them were cutting off before the end when playing the SCORM’d module.  So I switched back to my trusty YouTube and the same error is happening.  When I view the project in the HTML viewer they are working fine however, when I SCORM the project and watch it from my LMS the odd film is cutting off. 

 

I am using Captivate 2019, and the project is timed to move on automatically?  

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By HTML viewer, do you mean F11, Preview HTML in Browser?  Did you also check if it plays fine after publishing to a non-Scorm project (turn off Reporting) and uploaded to a webserver? Did you also check in SCORM Cloud? I am trying to find out if the problem can be fixed in Captivate or if it due to the LMS.

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