1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 24, 2008 2:55 PM by flyingj481

    Video in Presenter

    Chris_Conroy
      I have a 60 minute presentation that I've videotaped. I have a corresponding Powerpoint that goes along with this. It's around 100 slides.

      What I'd like to do is import the video, and cue the slide changes at the appropriate time. From reading the documentation, it appears that I'll have to divide the video up into 100 chunks and then synch them all together. Is this correct or have I missed something?

      I'm concerned the video might not flow smoothly.
        • 1. Re: Video in Presenter
          flyingj481 Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)
          This is correct. The way presenter works is that it loads the first three slides up front (so with a video on each slide, the load time may be a bit longer than expected) but then begins to pre-load additional slides in the background, one every three seconds. So, as long as your users are on a decent internet connection then you shouldn't see any issue with this idea. It's not the easiest method, but it will work. Be sure to use FLV format for the videos and keep in mind the 102 Mb upload limit to connect if you are going to be using that as your delivery method.

          Jorma@RealEyes