Element Properties, Common Features

You can add more than 20 interactive elements to your videos in Cinema8. There are many features that you can add to these elements and allow you to use them more effectively. Let's look at the common features of interactive elements.

Name

The area you will name the element you added.

Start

Area indicating when the element will enter the screen.

End

The area showing when the element will exit the screen.

Visible

Option to choose whether the element you added is visible or not.

On start

The action you want to take on the video as soon as the element is on the screen.

1- Rewinds your video to the time you enter.

2- Pauses your video.

3- Video goes to the entered time.

4- Plays the paused video.

5- The URL you entered opens in the browser.

6- Another element of your choice becomes visible.

7- Another element of your choice becomes invisible.

8- The audio file you choose will start playing.

9- The audio file you choose will stop playing.

10- Switch to another project of your choice.

11- You create a variable and assign a value to that variable (Click here to see sample-Conditional Action Element).

12- Creates a variable and value. You can export this created value via API and use it in other platforms.

13- Activates the play button on the video player.

14- Disables the play button on the video player.

15- Activates the pause button on the video player.

16- Disables the pause button on the video player.

17- Open the part that shows the video stream.

18- Close the part that shows the video stream.

Add new on start: The new action you want to take on the video as soon as the element is on the screen.

Click to learn how to use action list in interactive videos.

On end

The action you want to do in the video when the element exits the screen.

1- Rewinds your video to the time you enter.

2- Pauses your video.

3- Video goes to the entered time.

4- Plays the paused video.

5- The URL you entered opens in the browser.

6- Another element of your choice becomes visible.

7- Another element of your choice becomes invisible.

8- The audio file you choose will start playing.

9- The audio file you choose will stop playing.

10- Switch to another project of your choice.

11- You create a variable and assign a value to that variable (Click here to see sample-Conditional Action Element).

12- Creates a variable and value. You can export this created value via API and use it in other platforms.

13- Activates the play button on the video player.

14- Disables the play button on the video player.

15- Activates the pause button on the video player.

16- Disables the pause button on the video player.

17- Open the part that shows the video stream.

18- Close the part that shows the video stream.

Add new on end: The new action you want to do in the video when the element exits the screen.

Click to learn how to use action list in interactive videos.

On click

The action you want to do in the video when the element clicks on the screen.

1- Rewinds your video to the time you enter.

2- Pauses your video.

3- Video goes to the entered time.

4- Plays the paused video.

5- The URL you entered opens in the browser.

6- Another element of your choice becomes visible.

7- Another element of your choice becomes invisible.

8- The audio file you choose will start playing.

9- The audio file you choose will stop playing.

10- Switch to another project of your choice.

11- You create a variable and assign a value to that variable (Click here to see sample-Conditional Action Element).

12- Creates a variable and value. You can export this created value via API and use it in other platforms.

13- Activates the play button on the video player.

14- Disables the play button on the video player.

15- Activates the pause button on the video player.

16- Disables the pause button on the video player.

17- Open the part that shows the video stream.

18- Close the part that shows the video stream.

Add new on click: The new action you want to do in the video when the element clicks on the screen.

Click to learn how to use action list in interactive videos.

Position

Top
The distance of the vehicle you added from the top of the screen.

Left
The distance of the vehicle you added from the left of the screen.

Width
Width of the vehicle you added.

Height
Height of the vehicle you added.

Those mentioned above are common features found in most tools. If you want, you can find detailed specifications of all the elements in their properties.