I created an interactive book in InDesign CS5.5 and exported the .swf file to my desktop to include all the media (a video) and the interactive page turns. I generated an HTML page and according to this page, http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/827/cpsid_82754.html, there was supposed to be a 'Resources folder' with the video asset in there. However this folder was not created.
When I open the html page in my browser, everything works perfectly.
However, when I went to upoad the html and .swf files to my website, http://www.avantiandg.co.uk/ the last page with the video does not show.
My questions are:
1. How can I access the resources folder that is supposed to be created that I am supposed to upload to my website folder?
2. How can I get the video to load up correctly?
If it works with your local browser, then it is correctly finding the video asset. Are you quite sure you don't have a Resources folder? Perhaps look a little harder? Sort by Date?
maybe a solution:
Videos contained in interactive files must be converted to M4V format before being imported to Indesign, AVI, H264 or MPG won't appear once the file exported to SWF.
In HTML the ressource folder is normally next to the root file of your site (index.html) no?