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Taking Control of a Movie with Articulate Storyline

Taking Control of a Movie with Articulate Storyline

Welcome to Room 435’s web series, ‘Cue Points’. In this episode we will share how we make sure that any synchronization that is designed on a slide with a video is protected from a mouse click. Let Mark show you how he works around the default settings of the application and protects the video on the slide from being paused when a user clicks on it.

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Mark Hooper

Mark Hooper has close to 30 years of professional experience in the multimedia and eLearning industries. Room 435 was started from his passion that training should provide you with a resource that you can start using right away. In addition to training, Room 435 provides a studio full of media professionals producing content available to assist you in the development of your projects. Your Room! Your View!


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