In earlier version of Adobe Presenter ( 7 or 8 ) we were able to set the slide duration to 0 - meaning that as soon as a user clicked the Play button, the slide would immediately advance.
That allowed users to click through the presentation quickly if they chose to - even on the slide that had video.
Problem: In the new Presenter 10 we set the Settings > Slide Duration to 0.0 - but it has no effect -the slide still take a second or so to advance. And the user can not quickly click through the presentation.
I recall this functionality changed in Presenter 9. The reasoning behind the change may have been posted in the forums here, but it was long enough ago that I don't recall. I believe the minimum slide duration is 1 second, but you can still use the Next/Previous buttons to quickly navigate through the presentation. You could always have a statement saying to ignore the slide duration and move on when ready.
Thanks joma - but I hope you are not correct. If you are, well, Adobe should let us decide and not force a decision on us.