Camtasia TOC breaks with SCORM

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Hello,

When exporting a video with markers and table of contents sidepane everything works. However, if you export it as SCORM 1.2 or 2004 format the TOC does not work.

Example:
The video plays, the next and back buttons to skip chapters/markers work. But when you CLICK on another marker the video does not play, just blank.

This seems to only occur when exporting with TOC and SCORM.

I have it set to seperate mp4's by marker.

Any ideas? I'm running 8.0.4

Thanks.
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Griffe

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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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Hi, sorry for the trouble. I did some quick testing but so far haven't been able to reproduce the problem on my end. Could I ask you to try a couple of things to help diagnose this:

- if you try to run it locally are the TOC buttons broken as well?

- does disabling the 'multiple files based on markers' option make any difference?

Also, which LMS are you using?

Thanks!
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Monica

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I am having the same trouble. Clicking the table of contents item does not jump to that section. It continues to play where it is. I am running 8 as well and my LMS is Halogen.
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Monica

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When I run it locally, the TOC buttons are not broken.
I have disabled the multiple files based on markers option and it still doesn't work.
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Mark

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Hi,

We're having this exact same problem with client courses hosted on SCORM cloud. The next/previous video buttons work, but clicking a TOC entry causes a black screen and no possibility of further playback or navigation. Essentially kills the course. Any progress on this bug?
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Kevin Mojek, Employee

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You'll want to disable this option. There's currently a bug; we shouldn't be allowing for multiple-files production with SCORM.
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Mark

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Thanks Kevin. We had that checked in hopes that the smaller files would be more agreeable for the LMS to stream than one very large one. 

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