I've been working on a presentation for some time now, and I just can't seem to get it right. What I want resembles Macromedia Breeze in a way. I want a powerpoint presentation playing automatically. At the same time, I'd like to show a video of the presentator explaining what's on each slide. So for each slide there ought to be a video fragment or a keyframe on the video. I want a play, pauze, skip forward/backward and stop button. And if all that works, a quiz tool in which I can keep scores.
Under the video, three tabs (just like in Breeze): Biography of presentator, text of what he/she is saying, different slides (with timecode?)
But what's been puzzling me is the use of FLV in that project. Should I use one long FLV for the whole powerpoint presentation? Then how do I put markers on the FLV timeline (does a FLV timeline even exist?) so that when a particular slide is playing, the FLV starts at a particular marker (keyframe?).
Or should I use as much FLV's as there are slides?
But, if I use the latter, it must remain possible to play all FLV's one after the other, without any interruption between the different FLV's.