Moving hotspots above video
Lately I received a question about adding interactivity to a video. The intention is to show specific information of the object when the mouse hoovers over this object in a video.
To do so, I have added new layers with pictures of the objects and I created hotspots on the video. Each hotspot is connected to a trigger, that shows the connected picture when the mouse hoovers over the hotspot. And it is possible to add another trigger when the user clicks, but that is not my main problem.
Where I get stuck, is in the movement of the video. For example, the video contains three houses. Unfortunately the position of these houses change, because the video is made with a drone. Therefore the position of the hotspots should move along, but they are static. The only solution I have found so far is to create a number of hotspots for the same object and limit their time within the range of movement of the object. As soon as the camera position changes, I need to create another hotspot.
It works, but it takes a lot of time and I hope there is another solution. Is there any option within articulate storyline that allows hotspots to follow a certain path that is more or less similar to the movement on the video? That would be something like adding markers to the video and connect them with the hotspot.
Perhaps there is a different or an easier way to reach the same effect? If anyone has a suggestion how to solve this, I would be much obliged.
Thanks in advance for your expertise!