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Exported keynote to html, video's don't show/play

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Hi,

I have a big keynote presentation that i exported to HTML, but the 6 video's in the frames don't show / play.

They are in the assets/images-1 folder. Same goes for the video screenshots. The screenshot do show in the correct frames.

I'm i missing something? What could it be?
what extra information do you need to be able to help? What should i check?

Thanks!
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1- Check the HTML to make sure they are pointing to the correct path for the video.
2- If the players rely on Javascript file to work, you may need to run your HTML file via a webserver (http://) rather than as a page (file://).

If you can build and post the HTML for one of the pages that is supposed to play the video and the supporting files, I/someone can take a look at what might not have exported the way you want it to.
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Thanks!
Sorry for late reply!
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