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Gerry Wasiluk

Hi, Bud! 

The majority of videos in Storyline get converted to MP4.  Here's more on that:  http://www.articulate.com/support/kb_article.php?product=st1&id=es3kzctg3aoq

If the content is going to be served from a web server (probably the preferred method), then the server has to support sending out content with a MP4 extension.  A MIME type for MP4 does that.

A web server won't serve just any content--each type of content has to have a MIME type set up for it.

A lot of web servers come with a lot of the MIME types for web content already set up.  Sometimes, however, a web server may not have a MIME time for MP4 videos.  Then it just needs one added:  http://www.articulate.com/support/kb_article.php?product=ap9&id=w9bvqxxido6t


Bud Keegan

Hi Gerry-

Yep, got all that-- thanks for the info!  Still wondering tho-- here's what I want to do:

If I publish a project that includes videos (they've been converted to mp4 via the video editor etc) as a web version stand alone-- and I then want to take that file and distribute it as a stand alone (ie. client can get the zipped file, extract it and run it on their own desktop)-- will the videos embedded in the project play?  i used to be able to do this in articulate but they (the vids) don't seem to work in Storyline now