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Page 262 #MediaPlayerDiv {POSITION: absolute; TOP: 69px; LEFT: 52px; HEIGHT: 305px; WIDTH: 345px; BACKGROUND-IMAGE: URL(smallmediaframe.gif); BACKGROUND-REPEAT: no-repeat; } In the template, the area that displays the media player is defined in the selector #MediaPlayerDiv, and is located 69 pixels from the top of the template. This number was selected to allow space for the header image you inserted using #Misc2Div. A few extra pixels are added to allow some empty space between the header image and the media player. The LEFT value is set to 52 pixels to align the media player with the header image. The height and width of the area is set to allow sufficient space to contain the entire media player, including the controls. Just as you can add a background image for the entire Web page, you can add an image to frame the video display. In the previous example, the image named smallmediaframe.gif is used to customize the appearance of the media player. The value for the BACKGROUND-REPEAT property is set to no-repeat , so the media player graphic only appears once without displaying in a tiled fashion. 3. Change the values of the #MediaPlayer selector properties as shown below. If properties do not exist, add them. Copy the code exactly as it appears here. The #MediaPlayer selector determines the size and position of the video display area. #MediaPlayer {POSITION: relative; TOP: 11px; LEFT: 11px; HEIGHT: 240px; WIDTH: 320px; } The video display size is 320 pixels wide by 240 pixels high. This value is already set in the sample template. However, if you used a large frame graphic for the video display, you could change these values to change the width and the height of your video. The placement of the area defined by the #MediaPlayer selector is relative to the one specified in #MediaPlayerDiv, which contains the image that frames the video. The TOP and LEFT values are set to 11 pixels because the image that is used
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Page 263 contains a border around it which is 11 pixels wide on each side. These values cause the media player to appear centered in the background image. If you are unsure where you need to position the video frame in an image, you can determine the appropriate values for the LEFT and TOP properties using Microsoft Paint. Open the image in Paint, and then point to the spot where the border of the image ends and the area for the video to display begins. Paint displays the pixel coordinates for the location you point to in the lower-right portion of the window as shown in Figure 12.7.
Figure 12.7 Finding appropriate Left and To p coordinates. The values for the HEIGHT and WIDTH properties determine the size of the video display area in the template. This size should match the display size of the digital video on the timeline. If the display size in the presentation template does not match the display size of the video content, your video may not display correctly in your presentation. For example, if you captured the video using the Medium video display (320 240) for delivery at 150 Kbps capture profile, and the presentation template is set to display video at 640x480, your video image will be stretched to fit the video display area. This may adversely affect the quality of the image.
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Page 264 Also, when choosing the size of the video, make sure to retain the 4:3 width-to-height aspect ratio. If you do not, the video will appear distorted and unclear. For video to play back correctly, the values for the HEIGHT and WIDTH properties of the #MediaPlayer selector must be set to a number that is divisible by 4. 4. Add text in the #MediaPlayerControlsDiv selector to match the following example. #MediaPlayerControlsDiv {POSITION: absolute; WIDTH: 320px; TOP: 30px; LEFT: 15px; } The entire div for the media player controls is set to display at 320 pixels wide. If you like, you can change this value to widen the controls. When resizing #MediaPlayerControlsDiv, the value for WIDTH needs to be set to at least 300 pixels so that all the controls display properly in your published presentation. 5. Save the changes to the presentation template file. 6. Start Microsoft Producer. On the File menu, click Open, and open the project you saved in the earlier exercise. If you did not do the earlier exercise, you can open the project archive named \StepByStep\12\ContosoSample.MSProducerZ from the companion CD, and then unpack and work with the resulting project. 7. Click the Presentation Templates folder for the current project. Choose the customized template named Custom Standard Video (320 240) - Resizable Slides and HTML and add it to the timeline. 8. On the View menu, click Preview Presentation Tab, and then play your presentation. When you preview the presentation, you will be able to see the changes made to the template. As you preview your presentation, you will notice that the layout of the template is getting better, but things still aren t quite perfect. As you continue through the step-by-step procedures that follow, you ll fine-tune the appearance of the template even more. Step-by-Step: Playing Audio without Video The previous procedures discussed working with video and audio. However, if your presentation contains audio only, you might want to customize your template so the media player appears without the video display. The following step-by-step procedure details how you customize a video template to play audio-only presentations. The procedure shows the CSS code you can add to a standard template so the media player is not displayed in your presentation.
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