Adding and managing the synchronized events of a video object

Synchronized events are actions synchronized to run at specific times while the video object is playing. For example, you can hide or show text blocks or move a pointer on a diagram while users interact with the video object.

Synchronized events are only supported with .mp4 video file types.

When you add and synchronize events to a video file, those synchronized events are saved separately from the media. This allows you to swap the media without losing the synchronized events.

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