[Xerte] Re: problems

Kemp Johnathan johnathan.kemp at ntlworld.com
Tue Aug 14 11:19:53 BST 2012

Did you use the flashAnimation page type or the flashPaper page type to
display your converted pdf files?

Kind regards


On 13 August 2012 09:56, jaxxx at libero.it <jaxxx at libero.it> wrote:

> Hi everybody
> I'm working on a distance learning project that you can see on line at the
> following address:
> http://eu-mes.eu/
> I'd like to use Xerte to make some scorm from the moodle project
> I've tried your online tools,  I was uploading and visualising correctly
> some .
> pdf converted to  .swf (using print2flash), then  I tried to upload a .flv
> video but it did not work (could not see any video uploaded), so I tried
> with
> the 2.17 downloadable version ad I had the opposite problem: I could
> correctly
> include the .flv video but the pdf converted .swf files were not correctly
> visible.
> Can someone help me?
> Jaxxx
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