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A separate WebViewer build is available with an added capability for annotating
ogg videos frame by frame inside the browser (in addition to all standard functionality and supported file types).
This build offers the same annotation tools available for other supported files types, such as freehand annotations, shapes, text, comments, image stamps, and more. Annotations are kept separate from the underlying file and can be saved into a database, as a global XFDF file, or as separate XFDF files for each user. Permissions can be applied to the annotations, providing control over who can see annotations, whether or not some users are read-only, and whether or not they have an ability to annotate.
Open a video file
Load a mp4, webm, or ogg file.
Hide buttons from the header, hide panels, or remove download options.
Save and load annotations
Save annotations to server, database or merge them onto a PDF. Import/export of annotations in XFDF.
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