When i create a SCORM file, the browser cannot reproduce the video

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I need to create a SCORM video so that allows quizzes but when i save the SCORM file, the browser is not able to reproduce it, instead, when i save it without the SCORM format, everything is fine
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Ben Rhodes, Employee

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If you are trying to view the video from your desktop it will not work when using SCORM.  You need to upload your SCORM package (zip file) to your LMS that supports SCORM.

If you are having issues with that part, can you tell me what version of Camtasia and the LMS you are using?

Thanks,
Ben
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I am having a similar issue except I can't view my SCORM video from the LMS.  It is the first time it has happened like this, but no matter how many times I re-render it, still nothing. 

As a note, all outside videos I used I put through handbrake and everything. I am at a loss and losing valuable time...
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Ben Rhodes, Employee

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Hi Brian,

Are you seeing this issue in all web browsers?  Could you use Chrome and open the web dev tools, navigate to the "Console" Tab and see if there are any errors?

Also what LMS are you using?

Ben
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brian

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I am getting an error " Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)"
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brian

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I am using TalentLMS by the way, if that helps
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Ben Rhodes, Employee

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Hi Brian,

What version of Camtasia are you using?  Could take a screenshot fo the error you are seeing and post it here?

I've never used TalentLMS before, but they allowed me to setup a course.  I just uploaded SCORM content from Windows and Mac versions of Camtasia 2019 and both worked great.  The previous version of Camtasia should also work.

Ben