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No video Controls on Captivate .swf in Breeze Share Pod

New Here ,
Oct 12, 2007 Oct 12, 2007

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Hi All,

I'm hoping someone can help. I need to load a captivate .swf video into a Share Pod in a Breeze Meeting. The video loads, but I see now way to control it. I inserted a Play button on the first slide, so I can click that to start it, but there is no way to pause or rewind.

We previously used Captivate 2 which embeds the playback controls in the .swf, so that even when viewed in Breeze Meeting, the controls are visible. In Captivate 3, the video controls seem to be in a separate .swf file.

So I need to either:
1. Be able to load the second .swf, with the controls, into the Breeze Meeting room and have it control the video.
2. Embed the controls into the original .swf file so that they appear in the Breeze meeting.

Help!

Ken

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LEGEND ,
Oct 15, 2007 Oct 15, 2007

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Ken,

If you publish the presentation to your Connect Server, the play bar will then be a part of the presentation in the share pod. However if you upload the presentation from your computer then the "filename_custom_skin.swf" is not a part of the presentation.

I don't know of any ways to publish locally and to get the play bar. Publishing to the Connect Server will eliminate upload time and provide a smoother presentation anyway.

Jorma@RealEyes

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