Interactive Video

An HTML5 based interactive video content type allowing users to add multiple choice and  fill in the blank questions, pop-up text and other types of interactions to their videos using only a web browser. Make your videos more engaging with H5P and interactive video on WordPress, Moodle and Drupal.

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Smoothie
This Interactive Video demonstrates some of the key features. You can add many different types of questions and informational resources. They may or may not pause the video when they appear. They may appear directly or as a button that users can choose to click to reveal the resource. Questions may be adaptive in the sense that the user's answer decides where the user is sent after the answer is provided.
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Video Based Game
Here we demonstrate how Interactive Video may be used to create a game. We've disabled skipping forward in the video under "Behavioural settings" and instead added hidden layers on top of the video that users click to navigate in the video.

Create interactive content like this with the free H5P plugin for:

Wordpress   Moodle   Drupal

Description

Videos may be enriched with interactivities like explanations, extra pictures, tables, Fill in the Blank and multiple choice questions. Quiz questions support adaptivity, meaning that you can jump to another part of the video based on the user's input.  Interactive summaries can be added at the end of the video. Interactive videos are created and edited using the H5P authoring tool in a standard web browser.

Learn how to create Interactive videos in this tutorial.

Features

The following H5P content types may be added to your video:

  • Multiple choice questions with one or more correct answers
  • Fill in the blank questions
  • Drag and drop questions
  • Interactive summaries
  • Single choice question sets
  • Mark the word activities
  • Drag and drop text
  • Images
  • Tables
  • Labels
  • Texts
  • Links

All question types can be configured to perform adaptive behavior, meaning that a correct answer could cause the user to skip to a specified place in the video while an incorrect answer could take the user somewhere else in the video. Typically, submitting a wrong answer will cause  the user to be directed to the place in the video where the answer to the question is presented.

You may also add bookmarks so that your users can skip to specified sections of the video on demand. 

The H5P content on this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International unless another Creative Commons license is specified under rights of use. The author of the content is Joubel

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