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Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:04 pm   Post subject: Inserting Videos

I am doing a presentation for a school that blocks YouTube. I have converted the Youtubes to MP4.
What are the pros and cons of each of the methods to insert them into Ispring?
1. Imbed in PowerPoint.
2. Imbed with Web objects in Ispring
3. Send to server and link through Web Objects?

It is 54 slides with several videos....some are 150,000 kb


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Posted: Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:41 pm   Post subject: Re: Inserting Videos

Thank you for the post!
Actually there are several ways to insert a video in a PPT presentation:
1. Insert via PPT Insert option
The video will appear on the slide area.
2. Insert via Manage Narration
The video will appear as Presenter video and you have a choice either to make it appear on the main slide area or on the side bar as a Presenter video. Users can also switch between these two scenarios.
3. Insert as a Web object or a link to the video
The video can be inserted via a link and appear on a slide or in a new browser window.
If you insert a video via PPT or Manage Narration you can use iSpring Compression settings and select the required compression degree. Please also note that a video inserted in a course via a link from a server can play only when users have Internet connection.
If we insert a video via PPT or Manage Narration option the presentation can be downloaded for the off-line viewing in iSpring Mobile application. You can even send the whole project via email or save to Flash drive so that the course can be displayed without the Internet connection.


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