Is there any way to publish the HMTL containing the mp4 which do not open in Full Screen Mode?

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When we open the interactive video (HTML) output, it opens in full screen mode, is there any way the video opens up in its actual dimensions when it is open in browser or embedded in another software.
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Rick Stone

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Hi there

When you go through your Production settings, have you tried changing the size there?



Cheers... Rick :)
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First I would have to ask,

What html file are you viewing?

The "your video.html" is the file to use not the "your video_player.html".

The "your video_player.html" will show the video full screen.

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If you are viewing the "your video.html" file and it is showing full screen then I
agree with Rick.

Sounds like your "Embed size " may need changing. (See Rick's image above)

The default I believe is :
Width 854px
Height 480px

A quick fix: That usually works

If your happy with the rendered production you already have done (aside from the video size) and do not want to render it again,  you can usually "fix" the video size with a quick edit of the embed.ccs file from the rendered production folder Camtasia created.




In notepad open the "your_video_embed.css file and change the width and hieght size under the
.tscplayer_inline  class and save it.

***Save a copy of the original embed.css file to another location ie; desktop before editing. Just in case you need the original back.

To test/check the video size,  you can drag and drop the "your video.html file onto your browser to view it.

All the best to you :)
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