Likely, the most immediate use you could make of an interactive video created with PlayFilm by you is integrating it into a website or a landing page. As posted on the different articles of the section Publishing a project, PlayFilm automatically generates codes of integration –embed codes– you can access from the project settings window. This embed codes contain the player and the particular URL assigned to that project.
However, after publishing a project in PlayFilm, it remains in a Inactive state by default, published in a private landing page you can password protect if you want. To make the URL and the embed codes accessible to the audience you must Activate the project first. You can read more about this process in the article Activate a project. The embed codes allow you to integrate your interactive video into any web environment permitting iframe, whether it be blog, website, forum or landing page specifically created for a particular action or campaign. The video will perfectly be embedded in content without having to make any further adjustments. If and when your project maintains its published status, it will be viewable wherever you embed it.
The PlayFilm player is always compatible with the latest versions of Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge browsers.