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ses-itadmin says

I am working on a meeting presentation and I need an AE project that displays photos and videos. It needs it to pause and play video testimonies (with voice audio) and then continue. Does anyone know of such a project here in VideoHive?

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beiker says

I can’t think if this feature is possible but I would be interested in hearing thoughts on this.

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KingDog Envato team says

Moved to VideoHive

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felt_tips Moderator says

You would need to include the rendered video in an application built by an interactive presentation maker…

Director, Flash, Powerpoint even.

Alternatively, you could just use the space bar to stop and start a video in Quicktime player! :)

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vaynah says

When you make that video, prolong those instances where you will be pausing. That way, you leave room for your reaction speed =)

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