I watched one of Terry White's videos on Adobe TV in which he used buttons (pins) on a map to reveal different images which were basically the different states of a multi-state object. He then output this to an iPad and everything worked fine. I've tried to replicate this as follows:
This works perfectly in the SWF previewer, but when I output to Adobe Content Viewer the hotspots don't work, and the top-most object in the multi-state object always shows all the time.
Also, I've inserted a video (MP4) file but it doesn't show in the Content Viewers either. I get sound on the dekstop Content Viewer, but nothing on my Android phone.
Has anyone made this work please?
Terry’s stuff is great but much of it is two years old or more. And SWF is not DPS. Rollovers are not supported.
If you have a Lynda.com account, I invite you to watch my just released DPS Essentials course.
Here’s a link to my blog post announcing the course: http://boblevine.us/my-first-lynda-com-title-adobe-digital-publishing-suite-essential-trai ning-is-live/
If you don’t have a Lynda subscription, there a link in the post for a one week trial.
Finally, please post any followups or DPS related question in the DPS forum, not here.
Thanks Bob - I was beginning to wonder if that was the case. I just assumed when I saw Terry outputting to an iPad that it was an App. Obviously not!