Animating while narrating

  • 8 April 2020
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Did you know that you can modify the ClickLearn video to have a slightly faster pace, without speeding up the voice?

 

Traditionally, the instruction is read out - then the animation is shown. But with this small template change, the instruction will be read out seamlessly with the animation showing on screen.

 

You can find the video here: 

 

 

 


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Hi Morten.

It’s a cool feature that we like to use in all our recordings. However, some weeks back, you recommended we remove the videoflags=2 from the template. The reason for your recommendation was that the speech was behaving oddly, for example, sentences were not finished, or the speech was unintentionally speeded up. Is the application bug still there, or has it been solved, enabling us to reactivate the videoflags=2?

Userlevel 4

Hi Morten.

It’s a cool feature that we like to use in all our recordings. However, some weeks back, you recommended we remove the videoflags=2 from the template. The reason for your recommendation was that the speech was behaving oddly, for example, sentences were not finished, or the speech was unintentionally speeded up. Is the application bug still there, or has it been solved, enabling us to reactivate the videoflags=2?

Hi @Mister Continia 

there has been some issues with this previously due to time calculation with disabled steps and steps with video off.

 

everything should have been resolved by now tho, go ahead and give it a shot :)

 

 

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@Morten We will try it out on selected recordings and report back to you.

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