In Mindstamp, you can add clickable images to your interactive videos that can open full size or drive action. Using relevant multi-media, such as images, is a simple way to catch your viewer’s attention, provide additional information, and can also function as a CTA.
Mindstamp allows you to make images within your video interactive for your viewer. This means you can make your images clickable and then choose what will happen when a viewer clicks on the image.
Click actions include: 1. Pausing the video so the image can open full size
2. Displaying a message
3. Opening a URL link
4. Moving the viewer to a different part within the existing video
5. Playing a video or audio clip
6. Taking the viewer to another video.
Here’s how to add an interactive image to your interactive video in Mindstamp:
Step 1: To start adding interactive features to your videos, upload or link your existing video to Mindstamp’s interactive video platform.
Step 2: Click ‘Add Image’ - You can import an image that’s already in your Mindstamp library, add a new image, or enter an image URL. You can resize and move the image around your video.
Step 3: Once the image is added, you can choose to add a label, when the image will show up and disappear from the screen, as well as a variety of click actions. In this example, we’ll choose the action to display a message when the image is clicked.
Choose ‘Show Message’ and add what you want to be displayed under ‘Message to Show’.
Step 4: Click ‘Save’ to see the interactive image feature in action.