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Page 235 Optionally, type a URL in the Playback presentation address (optional) box, if the URL used to view the presentation differs from the one you typed in the Publish Web files to box. The presentation address is the address that Producer will use if you choose to preview the presentation at the end of the publishing process, and is only relevant for that purpose. For example, you might publish your files to a network location using a UNC address, but the folder to which you publish your files might be the home directory for a Web site. In this case, you d type the URL of the Web site in the Playback presentation address (optional) box. 6. If you are publishing to a Windows Media server, click the Publish Windows Media files to check box. Type the URL of the path to which you d like the Publish Wizard to copy your Windows Media files. For example, if the location of the streaming server has the alias MarketingDept, you would type http://WMServer/MarketingDept. In the Playback address for Windows Media files box, type the URL of the publishing point from which your Windows Media files will be streamed. Windows Media servers require the mms protocol. For example, the URL of the MarketingDept publishing point would probably be something like mms://WMServer/MarketingDept. 7. If you want to provide a Web discussion server by using Microsoft Office Server Extensions or SharePoint Portal Server, click the Discussion server address check box and type the URL of the discussion server. 8. If the server to which you are publishing requires you to log on, click the check box labeled This server requires me to log on. Enter the appropriate logon information in the User name and Password boxes. Click the check box labeled Remember my password if you would like Producer to save this information for this Web server. Click Next to proceed to the Web Publishing Destination page, which is shown in Figure 11.20.
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Figure 11.20 The Web Publishing Destination page. 9. Type a name for your presentation in the File name box. The wizard provides the project name by default. 10. If it isn t already selected, click Upload files now to Web host. Verify that the correct path is displayed in the Publish files to box. Click Next to proceed to the Presentation Information page. 11. In the Title box, type a title for your presentation. Optionally, provide the name of the presenter, a path to an image, and a description. All these will be added to the introduction page when the presentation is published and will be visible to the viewer. Click Next to proceed to the Playback Quality page. 12. Select at least one playback quality profile. The Publish Wizard will offer you only profiles that are appropriate for the type of content in your presentation. Since you re publishing for the Web, make sure one profile is checked that uses a low bit rate, such as For target audience playback at 33.6Kbps. Click Next to proceed to the Publish Your Presentation page. 13. If you re the curious type, click List Files to be Published. A separate window opens that displays the file name of each file that Producer creates and/or copies to the publishing destination folder. Click OK when your curiosity has been satisfied.
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14. Read the Publish to path, which is displayed near the bottom of the Publish Your Presentation page, and verify that it is correct. If you want to make any changes, now is the time to click Back. 15. Click Finish. The two progress bars near the top and middle of the page display the current condition of the publishing process, and the Publish Wizard also displays the estimated time remaining until completion. 16. When the publishing process is complete, the Publish Wizard allows you to preview your presentation. Click Ye s in the window that asks, Would you like to view your published presentation Be sure to pay attention to the speed at which the presentation loads and plays from this point forward, since you might want to make changes based on the performance you observe. The introduction page for your presentation will open in a separate Internet Explorer window.
Figure 11.21 The presentation s introduction page displayed in Internet Explorer. Click Play to view your published presentation. When you have finished watching, close the Internet Explorer window. Then click Close to exit the Publish Wizard.
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