Trigger Next Button to show when video (web object) ends

I have a video on a slide as a web object (due to the size of the video file and the url of the file I can't get it to work as insert video (embed code not valid)).

I have a trigger which hides the next button at the start of the timeline.

I want the user to watch the video before the next button shows.  Is there a way to do this with a web object that is a video?  Note: the video does not autoplay.  The user must click the play button.

I'm using Storyline360

Cheers,

 

Kimberley

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Matthew Bibby

No, that wouldn't work either. You need to either include the video in Storyline (because then you can use the When Media Completes... trigger to show your button) or host it on a video site such as YouTube (so you can use their API to communicate with Storyline). Amazon S3, like your uni server, doesn't provide such an API.

Matthew Bibby

Hi Amma,

I used to have a working example of this using the Vimeo API, but it looks like Vimeo has changed the way their API works. Unfortunately, I don't have time to dig into what's changed right now, but hopefully, someone else here can help you get this working. If not, I'll come back to this when I have a bit of spare time. 

Lizzie Wakefield

I can't - i cant even do an example - I don't have the login details for uploading something and the videos in the course I am not allowed to share outside the project team.

I will see if I can get someone to upload an example video.

I have placed the videos in via a webobject with the link being for example:

http://players.brightcove.net/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx/default_default/index.html?videoId=xxxxxxxxxxxx

where the 'x's stand for numbers

VIAVI Sales Enablement
Michael Anderson

Do you know which Brightcove service you're using? Is it Video Cloud?

Michael and/or Lizzie, it looks like this exchange was fairly recent and exactly what I'm struggling with ... how to insert Brightcove Video Cloud as web objects in Storyline 360, and create some sort of timing-related trigger to advance the user on once they've watched a video. I'd really like to know how this worked out, and what steps I might follow to replicate the results in my own project(s).

I've got any okay'ish work-around, making my Storyline timeline a certain standard length (180 seconds, which none of my videos are shorter than), at which point it reveals a layer with a button to advance. I'd like to explore the ability to simply auto-advance when the video's over, however, which I'm currently unable to do unless I put an actual video file into Storyline ... and why "balloon" my file size(s) when the company's videos are already all out there in Brightcove?

Thanks for any guidance you're able to offer based on your experiences.

rupa dev

We have a module in which we have included a video that is hosted on SharePoint. We have used the option Insert Video>From Website. Is it possible to assign a trigger to enable the Next button after the video ends. We are using Storyline 2. We cannot embed the video on the timeline due to the file size.

Thanks for any kind of help that you can offer.