1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 24, 2009 2:33 PM by robva65

    Send video to back

    Mr Poulet



      I'm trying to put an image imported in my powerpoint document over the video. But there's no way to move the video back or move the image to front. The imported video or swf seems always to be on the front of the document...


      Can someone help me out.



        • 1. Re: Send video to back
          robva65 Level 2



          Unfortunately, both swf animations and flv files will automatically be stacked on top of everything/anything else.  Preference is given to these elements so as to avoid playback problems.  Bottom line: no matter what you do on a PowerPoint slide, swfs and flvs will always appear on top of everything else on your slide.