Extending the duration of a video in the timeline


(Diego Rodriguez) #1

How do you do this? I can’t find a way to extend the video track duration in the timeline


(Mark Hunte) #2

Hi

It is not very clear what you are doing.

But I would put the video in it’s own timeline so you can control that individually


(Jonathan Deutsch) #3

As in trying to stretch the video? thus a 1min video would playback at 50% speed for 2min?
There’s no built-in way to change video durations in Hype; you’d probably need to use some code manipulating the <video> element. You can get at it via assigning a Unique Element ID in the Identity Inspector.


(Diego Rodriguez) #4

Sorry, I should’ve been more specific: I ment extending the duration of a looped video (making it loop more than once.)

Anyway, I found out that the video loop keeps playing, even if the timeline only shows one loop.

Sorry for the confusion :slight_smile:


(Jonathan Deutsch) #5

Gotchya - yeah it doesn’t show if there’s a looped state and there’s no looping on the timeline right now.

I would like to improve this (and show audio on the timeline) though both video & audio are in a bit of flux because of how browsers handle autoplay.