Not only can you add videos to the slides in your course, but you can also add videos to the sidebar of your course player (one sidebar video per slide). Let’s try it.
Go to the slide 9 in your presentation.
Go to the Articulate tab on the PowerPoint ribbon, click the Video drop-down arrow, and choose Add Sidebar Video.
Browse to the Video & Flash folder in your practice files and import the TalkingHead-Demo.mp4 file.
When the video properties window appears, click OK to complete the process. A thumbnail image of the video file will appear to the left of your slide as a visual indicator that the slide has a sidebar video.
Preview the slide to see what your sidebar video looks like. (Note: Sidebar videos are currently supported in the standard desktop player but not the responsive mobile player.)
Presenter 360 supports Flash movies (SWF files), so you can add Flash animations, Captivate movies, and Camtasia screencasts to your online courses. (Learners must use Flash-enabled browsers.)
Let’s add a Flash animation to our practice course.
Go to slide 10 in your presentation.
Go to the Articulate tab on the PowerPoint ribbon and click Flash.
Browse to the Video & Flash folder in your practice files and import the emailswf.swf file.
When the Flash properties window appears, click OK to complete the process.
Because Presenter 360 uses HTML5 output when you preview slides, you won’t be able to preview your Flash movie. You’ll need to include Flash output when you publish, then use a Flash-enabled browser to view your published course.