Using IP/TV Viewer as a browser plug-in _with_ slidecast
I've been able to get the Viewer to work as a browser plugin by using the "Revise" feature and grabbing the HTML generated by the "Load plug-in" button. However, even if the source program has a slidecast, the generated HTML doesn't have the EMBED codes for opening a second window for the slidecast. Is there something that I'm missing? The video portion of the plug-in works fine.
This is under IP/TV v3.1, using 3422's and 3423's.
Re: Using IP/TV Viewer as a browser plug-in _with_ slidecast
The workaround solution to this is to have two seperate programs: one for A/V, and one that just has slidecast. You then grab the HTML from each program and manually combine them. It's kludgey, and it seems like the HTML writer program should recognize the fact that a slidecast needs additional EMBED tags, but there you go.
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