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Setting a 'still' image that can be exported from Premiere Pro into Articulate Rise

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Sep 10, 2020

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Hello,
I am currently adding a video to Articulate Rise. I want to be able to change the video so that the attached black screen does not show up, and so that I can select a part of the video to be displayed instead.

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There doesn't appear to be functionality within Articulate Rise to set a 'still' image that will appear on the Rise page before I click Play for that video. Is there a way to set a still image in Premiere Pro and export the settings, so that when I upload the exported video from Premiere Pro in Articulate Rise, the still image will show up on my Rise page?
Thanks in advance.

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Setting a 'still' image that can be exported from Premiere Pro into Articulate Rise

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Hello,
I am currently adding a video to Articulate Rise. I want to be able to change the video so that the attached black screen does not show up, and so that I can select a part of the video to be displayed instead.

Black image in Rise.JPG
There doesn't appear to be functionality within Articulate Rise to set a 'still' image that will appear on the Rise page before I click Play for that video. Is there a way to set a still image in Premiere Pro and export the settings, so that when I upload the exported video from Premiere Pro in Articulate Rise, the still image will show up on my Rise page?
Thanks in advance.

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This isn't a Premiere question for sure as it's the player that is setting the "thumbnail" for the video. To export a frame is simple as you just click the little camera in the monitor area and it outputs an image, that would then be uploaded to the CMS and set as the thumb for the video player to load in. Other than that, unless the player has a setting in the backend to choose a frame to sit on (which would be odd), there isn't anything to be done on the Premiere side.

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Hi Graeme,

Thank you for your quick reply. 

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