Jump ToIf you want your viewers to make progress in leaps and bounds, this interaction is great. It allows you to jump forward or backward in the video. Now you can skip that one part of the video, for instance, where they mispronounced the word .GIF.
Using this interaction, you can jump from one part of your video to another. Jumping forward means that you can skip parts of the video you think are irrelevant or for when the video’s content isn’t in the order that you want it to be.
Jumping backwards will create a loop in which the video will always jump back to the time you assigned it to. This can be useful when you want your viewer to make a decision. For example, you can combine this loop with two images which both link to a different part of the video. Until your viewer clicks on one of the images, the video will be in a loop.
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