Lengthy inserted MP4 videos creating memory issues?
I'm working with a 3:45 duration MP4 video on a slide that I inserted. It's a listening exercise, and feedbacks popup at various points if you miss certain moments, or feedbacks appear if you press a button at certain moments. The feedbacks are in their own slide layers, with their own MP4 videos and buttons.
I'm running into issues on my iPad that are not happening for me in a browser (any browser) on Win 7. The symptom is that towards the end of this long running video, some of the feedback layers don't show all of the things that are part of that layer. Sometimes what's missing is a button in the feedback window, sometimes the video itself is frozen. Just really odd, not-always-consistent problems.
Because this doesn't happen on my computer, I started to wonder if this was a memory issue with iPads (or tablets in general). It's a 16GB iPad Air 1st gen, from 2013. Using the mobile Safari browser.
Have others run into other mysterious issues like this when working with somewhat longer runtimes of inserted video? It's 3:45, so not incredibly long... but I do have 7 slide layers, each with their own :05-:30 sec long videos.
Articulate folks: Any ideas on the connection to memory things here?