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On Thu, 13 May 2021 17:14:26 +0200
Italo Vignoli <> wrote:

On 5/13/21 4:59 PM, Mike Scott wrote:

Sorry for following up my own post, but the laptop results were 
unexpected. Either drag-and-drop or using menu Insert gave the same 
results - both produced an object showing the blue 'film' icon, in
the design mode, and at the video start when running a slide show.
It's a recent low-end Dell pentium laptop, Intel integrated
graphics. It's running the same version of LO/Mint as the desktop I
normally use.  

I have the same consistent behaviour on the Linux Mint desktop and 
laptop, and on the Windows 10 laptop (all based on Intel
architectures). I also have the same behaviour on my Intel based
MacBook. I don't think I have ever seen a different behaviour, but my
memory may fail here.

Actually, I have been repeating the process - video with superimposed 
text - since September 2013, when I have used it for the first time
at LibreOffice Conference in Milan. Since then, I have changed at
least three MacBooks and three Linux PCs. So, really weird.

Maybe it is worth posting a sample presentation that works for you
somewhere so that Mike could test it? And maybe Mike could do the same
so you could test his presentation to see whether it works or not for

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