Video Controls vs. Seekbar Issues
Apr 04, 2017
There's another post on our forums about this here: http://bit.ly/2nGFKnD
I've got a screencast video that shows some keystrokes - during the video I have 3 different zoom regions that are being used (different portions of the screens, including the top of the screen).
When I use the seekbar for user video control commands, if they seek to another point of the video during a "zoom region" (probably the same if you add objects to slide as well) then the correct zoom regions are not restored - the ones used at the time of the seek remain on screen. Essentially that can make things quite confusing for the viewer.
I've also tried to use the Video Controls option - albeit this much less confusing for the user it still has one primary problem in my experience thus far. If I'm zooming into a region on the top of the screen, during that time the "Video Player control" element is no longer present. Essentially the user can wait until the zoom is restored to normal and then rewind/control feed but I'm trying to give them control to do that at any time.
Is there any known workarounds for this? I'm relatively new and have been searching the forums a bit but seem to be in a dead end. Can you create your own video control element and position it at the bottom of the screen? Is there a way for the built in video control elements to be "fixed" at the bottom of the screen - even during a zoom region outside of that area?
Some suggestions would be greatly appreciated at this point; Good Day!
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