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I am creating a screencast with Camtasia and am would like to upload it to Confluence to share with my team. I tried publishing as MP4 and upload to Confluence but it gave me a blank page - what plugin / settings do I need to make it work? (we are using IE 8 and Confluence is hosted within an enclosed network without internet access)
Any idea on:
- what plugin do I need to get the video work in Confluence? - will need to download it separately and load it to the enclosed server
- if anyone has used Camtasia before, what is the best format to publish the video if it is to be uploaded to Confluence? Ideally I'd like to use flash / quicktime as the other formats are far to big after published... but in Camtasia 8, it no longer allows publishing to a swf directly.
Actually you don't need any plugin, all you need to do is add a content as Multimedia type encoded in one of the folowing formats: "SWF, MOV, WMA, WMV, MPEG, MPG, RAM, RM, MP3, MP4, and AVI".
This is documented on this link:
I used insert > Other macros > mutlimedia
but the media didn't load up - sometimes it loads up, but then says it can't access the file.
In the link above, under point 2 notes 'You will need the relevant multimedia plugin for your browser'. That's why I'm wondering if I need a specific plug-in to make it work?
Many Thanks again!!
> My video is around 7-10 MB
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