The ”Player Slide” is used to house a video asset and have it play as is for the duration of the uploaded asset or for a custom duration. This is ideal for when you have ready-made video assets that you just want to play interrupted. But this could also be used for specific things like pre-rendered outros that you have as a video asset. With the custom duration you could also use the player slide to create sections in a video between other slides.
Behavior and usage
The ”Player slide” has general controls for audio, logo visibility and start offset value. In addition, it also has a custom duration setting. The value you input – in ms – in the custom duration field defines for how long from the start offset value that the ”out point” will occur. For instance: If you don’t input anything in the start offset value field and input 15000 as custom duration the video in the player slide will play from the absolute start to 15 seconds. If you input 23000 as start offset value and 14000 as custom duration it will play between 23 and 37 seconds. So you can pinpoint a specific part of the video that you want to play.
NB: When switching formats between square and horizontal the custom duration setting sometimes reset and you will have to choose and input it again. Be sure to check that out when switching.
If you leave duration as default the video will play from its start offset value to the end of the uploaded video file. This could be a video file you use as a premade outro, for instance.
Background asset behavior
Video is placed center/center and cropped from the sides, no animation is placed on it, and the slide duration will be the same as the background asset that is used.
Main Asset Behavior, Styling, Slide settings, Music and Audio Control
|Length in ms|
|Based on settings and duration input by user|