This issue can arise if flash security settings are not set.
Can you please goto following link and provide the root folder / directory as the trusted location. (e.g.: Click 'Add Location' and type 'C:\' and confirm)
Once done, play the content again and check if video plays.
The global security panel for flash on the macromedia website does not let me select a folder but only individual files. I selected all the files in the folder where I published my presentation and it did not help. Why would I be able to preview the course correctly and it would be missing the videos when I go and publish it ?
When we preview, the published output is in a temp location and is a trusted folder for flash player. Hence you are able to view it.
in order to view the published presentation, since the user can publish the presentation anywhere the user himself has to set the global security settings.
in the flash global security settings panel please type C:\ and click on confirm
Please see if this works
I have a similar problem as well. I import an .mpg movie clip to my ppt presentation using Presenter 8 import video function. When I preview the slide, I can hear audio, but I cannot see video. When I try to re-import the video to the slide, the program tells me there's already video on it, and do I want to replace it? What is more, there are other videos (same file type) that when I want to import them to the slide, it appears to import, but then there's nothing visible on the slide after the process. I click on "audio edit" and the audio track comes up, but nothing visible on the screen. Any ideas??
I know I posted this in another thread, but it seems to be relevant here as well:
Try converting your video to FLV before inserting it into the presentation. The inline converter in Presenter is... well... simple. I've never had much faith in it and prefer to use the Adobe Media Encoder, http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=160&platfor m=Windows, or something like the AVS Video Converter, http://www.avs4you.com .
Sorry for the inconvinience.
Can you please mail me the package so that I can have a look at the video?
Also can you please try converting the video to MP4 format and then try to run it?
Also I wanted to know this.
Did you record the video using the Presenter video creator tool and exported that to presenter or is it any other video?
Would help us solve the issue if you could mail me the video my email id is firstname.lastname@example.org
Mahesh nayak Kalyanpur