I am wondering if there is a way to select all the audio files in a title and change them to hidden. Currently, I have over 100 pages all with individual audio clips that appear with a play button to start the clip. My client is interested in seeing a version where there is no button to click play and the audio auto plays on each page. I’m worried about having to go in and do this one by one on each and every page.
Regular expressions are really helpful for these sorts of things. This is also an eye opener for us, we will work with the Product team to see if we can have some kind of an object finder that allows for modifying properties across the entire title.
This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Joe Wieloch. Reason: code formatting
This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Joe Wieloch. Reason: updated for audio objects
One other quick follow up on the audio files. I started out by importing a PPT with audio attached to each slide. This came in great, but I am noticing that the audio does not play in safari unless I convert to MP3. I was searching for a quick way to convert all my audio files into MP3’s and it seems like the resource manager would be my best bet. At least I have them all in a list and can go one by one and click the “convert to mp3” button. For some reason when I hit convert within the resource manager I get the grey overlay across my browser like its working or trying to bring up a dialog box, but then it just hangs and never converts (screenshot attached). I have tried this in Safari, Chrome and Firefox all on a Mac.