How to Embed Images, Videos and Gifs
How to embed images, videos and animated gifs in Publuu flipbooks.
One of the reasons we all love e-Books is the possibility to add interactive elements to the content online. Publuu lets you display animated gifs, YouTube/Vimeo videos and other images directly within the contents of your realistically animated flipbook like it was an integral part of your publication design.
To add these elements, log in to your Publuu account. Pick the flipbook, open its menu (3 little dots) and click Add Hotspot button.
How to embed a video?
To add a video, click on the “Video” icon, and in the space provided enter the link to your YouTube or Vimeo content.
In the right-hand panel, you can specify whether you want to Embed your video so that it’s visible in the content of your flipbook, or display it as a Pop-up activated once the hotspot icon is clicked.
In Embed option you can also determine the initial minute and second when the video will start playing – which is very useful if you want to integrate your video with the contents of your flipbook.
How to embed a photo?
To add photos to your flipbook, click the icon and upload the photos you want to embed. They can be JPG or PNG files .
Once your photos are uploaded, you can view and edit your photo gallery. On the right-side panel, you can choose whether you want to embed the images or display them as a pop-up window when clicked on a hotspot. Learn more about adding hotspots here.
If you choose EMBED option, you can move and resize it as you wish.
If you have uploaded more than photo you can toggle the “automatic start” switch to allow automatic play of the slide show when user starts viewing the page when your embed is.
You can preview or save all changed you made by clicking on PREVIEW or SAVE button located in top right corner.
How to embed a GIF?
To add animated gif to your flipbook, click the GIF icon in menu panel above.
and upload a gif file you want to embed.
You can resize your gif by holding and dragging its window and then preview the changes the same way like described in Photo Embedding section above.
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