On 5/20/21 10:32 AM, Mike Scott wrote:
Maybe. Thanks for the input.
I've now looked in content.xml. The difference between getting the video
in by drag and drop, and via the Insert menu seems to be purely that D&D
links, while insert (by default) embeds the video. All other parameters
seem the same:
Yes, insert follows the standard behaviour vs the file format, and also
makes the presentation interoperable. Drag and drop works, but is not as
accurate as insert. I have never used drag and drop with Impress once I
have realized the advantages of using insert.
If I do an insert, and ask for the video to be linked, I again get the
poor fade-in behaviour - the dummy placeholder shows (behind the text)
as the slide fades in and is replaced by the playing video (on top of
the text) when fade-in is complete.
Doesn't seem affected by switching between nv and nouveau graphics drivers.
I've no idea yet where the z ordering is saved. In all cases the video
plays in front of everything else. Might this be a video hardware
limitation of some sort?
I will check. I can sed the video back, and have the text on top of it,
maybe is just the configuration of the text animation (as the text to be
on top of the video has to be managed with an animation).
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