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How to create a picture annotation with puzzles?

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    You need two items: the annotation puzzle and the location of your video or image:

    The annotation puzzle by default has 4 text fields.
    The first is the name of the Annotation. In this example its “video” and can be seen in the image as the annotation button title.
    The second is the location object that will be the anchor for the annotation button. In this example, I created an empty and placed it next to the cube. The empty object name in Blender is called “Annoation1″.
    The next field is used for text and or HTML. In the case of video you would use something like:

    <video width=”320″ height=”240″ controls> <source src=”MyMovie.mp4″ type=”video/mp4″> </video>
    if your video is in your media folder of your verge3d project it would be:
    <video width=”320″ height=”240″ controls><source src=”./media/MyMovie.mp4″ type=”video/mp4″></video>

    For an image your HTML would be something like:

    The last field is the Id…these are unique ids for the HTML…. you just need to make sure that you do not use the same ID more than once.

    Hope this helps.

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