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Alyssa Gomez

Hello there Steven! You'll want to first be sure that you're working locally in both Replay 360 and Storyline 360 and that your system meets the requirements listed here

What are the dimensions of your Replay video vs. the story size in Storyline? Are you using the Insert Video from File method in Storyline to embed the Replay video into your slide?

Alyssa Gomez

Thanks for that information, Steven. The Replay video is resizing because your Replay dimensions are quite a bit larger than your Storyline slide dimensions. Since the slide size is smaller, the video is automatically scaled down to fit, which can result in a loss of quality. Here are some tips for working with large videos:

  • If your videos are too big to fit in your slides without scaling, consider re-encoding them at a lower resolution before adding them to your course.
  • Depending on your course design, you may be able to give your videos more room to grow by configuring them to open in a separate browser window/tab. See this user guide for details.

You can also adjust the compression settings Storyline uses for images and videos when you publish your course. Just click the Quality property in the publishing wizard, then drag the Video quality and Image quality sliders to the right to increase the publish quality. (Note that higher quality values also result in larger file sizes, which could mean longer download times for learners with slow Internet connections.)

Also, since you're using an MP4 video, you can turn off compression altogether for the highest quality. Select each video placeholder in your course, go to the Options tab on the Storyline ribbon, and change the Compression to None.