flash can add cuepoints to video and can use those cuepoints to link to other web pages. so, flash can do what you want.
whether there are easier-to-use and/or less expensive programs that can also do what you want, i do not know.
Thanks for the response. From what I heard on the Apple forums, it was pretty clear that creating hyperlinks within the video was something that Flash could definitely do.
I guess I'm curious to hear whether it's easy since I know nothing about Flash! If ithere's going to be a major learning curve, I might not bother and continue to tell my clients I can't help them.
BTW: If I wanted to import my video and create the hyperlinks, is it possible to export the video as a quicktime file and still keep the hyperlinks? That's another important piece of this.
well, it is easy but if you know nothing about flash and don't even the flash program, you should consider sub-contracting that part of your project. that would be preferable to telling your clients, it can't be done. sub-contracting for a project this small should cost far less than $45.
whether the links would work when the video is exported as a qt file, i don't know. i would test if someone approached me about this job.
excellent point. maybe I should hire you as my business development person - telling them it can't be done would be rather lame! ;>
thanks for the input.