BOUTON PLAY - Démarrage de la chronologie de la diapositive

Bonjour,

J'aimerais savoir si c'est possible de programmer le démarrage de la timeline au clic de l'utilisation sur un bouton play. Je souhaite faire démarrer la lecture d'une vidéo avec un bouton PLAY. Mais j'aimerais que la timeline reste synchronisée avec toutes les interactions (question sous forme de calques qui apparaissent à un moment précis de la timeline). 

Aussi, si cela est possible, comment puis-je masquer le bouton PLAY qui est au milieu de la vidéo, une fois que l'utilisateur a cliqué dessus. J'ai déjà essayé le changement d'état en " masqué " mais si je reviens en arrière / avance dans le temps de la diapo, il revient automatiquement.

Merci d'avance,

Cordialement

3 Replies
Lauren Connelly

Hi!

Are you using an embedded video from a website or have you imported a .mp4 file?

If you're using a .mp4 file, it's possible to start the timeline when the video starts. I've attached a sample file to get you started!

If you're using an embedded video from a website, you won't be able to override the player controls in Storyline 360.

E-learning Thinkovery

Hi ! thanks for getting back to me. I still have some issues... please find attached a video of it.

I found a way to :

- Display a layer with a PLAY button at the very beginning of the slide ( the timeline is still running)

- Then, the timeline start again automatically from the beginning when the user click on the PLAY button on a layer. At the same time, the layer for the PLAY button disappear. But I still can't let the timeline visible for users because if they want to go back at 1 sec or 2 secs for exemple, the video is ending too early... It's the same on your file.

Also for my project, when I go back at 2 secs for exemple, the layer displays again, I don't know why ! The timeline is running, my layer is on and so, my video is on pause...

So I think I have to choose : 

- Option 1 : Put a play button but remove the timeline for the user so he can't control anything

- Option 2 : Start the video automatically and display the timeline so the users can go back at the beginning / go forward