How do I ignore input (e.g. buttons) in my BrightAuthor:connected interactive playlist?

In a BrightAuthor:connected Interactive playlist all input is automatically ignored. For input to be accepted it must be manually defined in BrightAuthor:connected.

This sample BrightAuthor:connected presentation demonstrates how to define GPIO input. Once GPIO 0 is pressed the presentation switches from the current video to the next video.

1. Create an Interactive playlist.  

2. Go to Presentation Settings > Interactive, and locate the Connector tab. 

3. In the Connector tab navigate to GPIO Configuration and select Input for GPIO 0.

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4. Add two videos to the Interactive playlist.

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5. From Events select GPIO 0 and draw a connection from video1.mp4 to video2.mp4. Then, add a Media End event to video2.mp4, to play it immediately after video1.mp4 finishes.

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The only outside input accepted is when video1.mp4 plays. While video2.mp4 plays GPIO 0 input is ignored. Step 6 describes the steps for the presentation to accept GPIO 0 input during video 2.mp4 and have it trigger video1.mp4.

6. Draw a connection from video2.mp4 to video1.mp4 state using the GPIO 0 event from Events. Pushing GPIO 0 will now take you back to the attract video.

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7. Select the GPIO 0 event stemming from video2.mp4 and in Event Properties > Target State select Transition to new state and select video2.mp4 from the dropdown list. Now, pushing GPIO 0 restarts video2.mp4 instead of taking it back to video1.mp4

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    Edwin Maynard

    My XD1230 player is using an HDMI input from a CPU to run a presentation. It is configured to operate at 1920 x 1080 resolution geometry dash world, however the resolution changes every time I restart the player.  

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