Publish to single file?

OK, I'm in a bit of a pickle.  I've created a "video" using Storyline, but my website requires a single video file.  Recreating the video in PowerPoint--which allows me to save as a video file--is the only option I've found so far, but it's not the best option by a long shot.  I've tried about as many video converters as I could find, and none of them recognizes the swf or html file output by Storyline.  I've looked here for the solutions other folks have found and haven't found anything that worked, including converting the individual swf files and stitching them together.  Storyline is still the best option because it provides the controls I'm looking for, but I've got a deadline--actually 4 deadlines--and I've already wasted a day trying to figure this out.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Carin

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Carin Bigrigg

Thanks, Blair.....I knew that and just forgot it--I very much appreciate the reminder.  I really like backup plans.  It's a short video--about a minute--but because it's primarily screen captures, I wanted my learners to have the ability to pause and study each one if they wanted.  I'm scouring my network for server space but recording it will be my backup plan.

Carin Bigrigg

Adrian--I think you've just solved this for me.  Thanks--I've done a test where I published the video file and then used Storyline to record my screen; you're right, it exports to an mp4 file, so I have my backup.  Now to do a bit more editing before my final  Future Storyline feature addition--export to MP4 and adding audio to the whole project or a range of slides so the audio isn't broken up.