Using the Scalable HTML Content feature

The Scalable HTML Content feature makes the published movie fluid, so it fits the screen it is viewed on (even as the screen is resized!).

For example, say you shoot and publish your movie at a size of 1024-pixels, but the movie is viewed on a website where the maximal resolution can only be 800-pixels. In such a case, the Scalable HTML Content feature scales the movie down to 800-pixels so it fits in the available space.

This approach is quick and easy to implement, but it has a major flaw: you lose control over how your content will actually be experienced. Only a small percentage of your learners (those who have the exact same screen as yours) will see the course as you designed it. The other learners ...

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