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This is a "very" old question, but there is a pretty simple method to do this (and something that comes up surprisingly often). So if you landed here, I do hope you find this solution helpful. Change the individual slides to pdf. Turn the pdf to jpg Turn the jpg's into a film. To do this I have used unoconv, ghostscript, graphicsmagick and ffmpeg. ...


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I recently saw this page: https://hacks.mozilla.org/2014/08/building-interactive-html5-videos/ Basically it uses the track element within the video element to make clickable "skip points" in the video. Javascript and html5 (with video) are pretty much amazing these days and with a little bit of experimentation I am sure you can get what you want. (Like on ...



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