Max-Salsbury wrote on 6/24/2019, 7:59 AM

Hi - not doubt deeply silly question coming up. Is it possible, thinkable even, to create any interactivity within Vegas within videos? Kind of like this, very boring, quiz here:

If not directly, is there anything that can be added to Vegas, or anything post you could recommend, to chuck a handful of clickable questions on top of a video?

Many thanks!



Marco. wrote on 6/24/2019, 8:09 AM

Only if you use WMV as export.

Max-Salsbury wrote on 6/24/2019, 8:41 AM

Thanks - and then do it in something else, yeah?

Marco. wrote on 6/24/2019, 11:38 AM

Sorry, Max-Salsbury, I must have been confused. Interactions like the one in the video you linked cannot be done in Vegas Pro. Usually tools like Flash or HTML5 are used to do such things.

fr0sty wrote on 6/24/2019, 8:54 PM

You would render your videos out of vegas and use a program, as marco mentioned, to handle the interactivity part of it. youtube allows a limited version of this, with the ability to link videos together and create clickable links that pop up on videos.

Max-Salsbury wrote on 6/25/2019, 5:22 AM

Thanks, both of you. I basically knew it was impossible but wanted to check anyway. Don't think I've the time to learn to code or to use Flash - will look into the YouTube thing though. All the best. Max

ryclark wrote on 6/25/2019, 5:50 AM

If you want interactivity with your videos you could incorporate them into a Powerpoint presentation. Also a certain amount of interactivity can be used on a DVD using DVD Architect to produce the disc.

john-brown wrote on 6/25/2019, 7:15 AM


I don't see any interactive video. This looks very much like just a web site that has multiple videos, animation and buttons. When you click on a button, it plays the linked video, probably on a new web page, and then reveals more buttons. Repeat.