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twine2:add_an_image_movie_sound_effect_or_music [2017/10/09 20:39] (current)
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 Twine 2 doesn'​t currently have the ability to embed multimedia into your story. If you'd like to create something that makes heavy use of images, sound, or movies, you may want to stick to Twine 1 for now. But that's not to say that you can't use these things in your story! For now, you'll need to store them elsewhere -- whether it's on a web site you control, or a service you use like Dropbox -- and put references to them in your story. Twine 2 doesn'​t currently have the ability to embed multimedia into your story. If you'd like to create something that makes heavy use of images, sound, or movies, you may want to stick to Twine 1 for now. But that's not to say that you can't use these things in your story! For now, you'll need to store them elsewhere -- whether it's on a web site you control, or a service you use like Dropbox -- and put references to them in your story.
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 +<WRAP important>​
 +If you are using relative links for your multimedia, you will need to publish your story to the correct location on your computer so that the references point to the right place. If you have an image tag whose source property is "​myimage.jpeg",​ for example, then your published file must be placed in the same folder as the file myimage.jpeg. [[https://​developer.mozilla.org/​en-US/​Learn/​Understanding_URLs#​Absolute_URLs_vs_relative_URLs|Learn more about relative links]]
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 +If you are using relative links, testing or playing your story inside Twine will unfortunately not work.
 +</​WRAP>​
  
 <WRAP info> <WRAP info>
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 ==== External Resources ==== ==== External Resources ====
  
 +  * DJ White created a library called Twine Audio for incorporating narration into Twine stories. It only works on Chrome and Opera browsers, however. The original web site //​twineaudio dot com// seems to currently point to spam sites.
   * Dan Cox has published a [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=zRxuFK2ukrw|tutorial video]] on adding images with the SugarCube story format.   * Dan Cox has published a [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=zRxuFK2ukrw|tutorial video]] on adding images with the SugarCube story format.
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