8 Replies
Jamie Morgan

I don't believe so. The zoom region is basically zooming in on that part of the "canvas" so it's not going to show a player control that's outside of the zoom region. This would be the same if you built custom navigation buttons on the slide itself. If you zoom into a region of the slide, then the navigation buttons won't be visible until the zoom region is done playing.

Adam Monk
James Brandwood

For this reason it is a good idea to use ratios when using zoom regions, it helps when rebuilding your player controls that are suddenly massive when you zoom.

What are ratio's? I'm having the same issue when using zoom and losing video player controls. I need a solution.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Adam,

It's zooming the entire slide, so that's the expected behavior that the video controls you've added to a video on the slide may be hidden. As I saw in that other thread, Jeff recommended using the Articulate Player controls - and that'll depend on what you're other needs are.

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