10 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Marcin,

You can change the player and browser settings here in regards to scaling or locking at the optimal size. Also, you may want to look at the publish quality settings, as Storyline will do some compression as a part of the publish process.

In regards to your HTML5 output, objects aren't vectored in HTML5 output. As a result, they may not appear as crisp in HTML5 as they do in Flash if you set the player to scale to fill the browser. To avoid scaling and reduction in image quality, we recommend locking your course player at optimal size.

Tip: Because objects aren't vectored in HTML5 output, they may also look blurry or pixelated in zoom regions.

I haven't seen the file types of images change though, just based on being HTML5 - are you looking in the published output folder to see that? 

marcin toporek

Hi Ashley,

thanks for swift response

player settings are exactly as you described but still, what puzzle me most is why after publishing, pictures are transfered to .jpg format??

I observe html5 either from window poping up after publication or through the file in output folder 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Marcin,

Thanks for sharing the .story file here. I tested publishing your file, and the border image still appeared as a PNG in the published output - but the image of the three men was changed to a jpg. I tested within a new file using some PNGs I had, and none of them changed within the published output. Can you send me the source file for the image of the three men so I can try inserting that into a clean file?