A Voki is not a video - it is a dynamic animation.
It can be played (opened) in any browser just by clicking it - but, again, it is not a video.
What are you trying to do with Voki? Please explain why you need a video & perhaps I can advise further.
Creating animated characters using your own images is supported with our SitePal product (but not available in Voki)
Please see more information here -
Hope this helps. Best regards,
¡Hola!La creación de personajes animados con sus propias imágenes es compatible con nuestro producto SitePal (pero no está disponible en Voki)Consulte más información aquí:https://sitepal.com/features/models/photofaceEspero que esto ayude. Atentamente,Gil
I think that students may be more comfortable using the Voki app on the mobile device.
The browser version will work on iPad - but some of the options/buttons may be a bit inconvenient to handle without a mouse.
The mobile app was designed to work on mobile with touch - so it would be better.
Note that there is not cost involved. App download is free - and as soon as students download & launch the app, they should login to their online account from the app (login under the options menu at top right). If you are a paid subscriber, then all your students can unlock the Voki app just by logging in.
Hope this helps,
The Voki Team
Hello Natalia -
Please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will review what happened and take care of it for you.
Olá Natalia -Envie uma nota para email@example.com e nós revisaremos o que aconteceu e cuidaremos disso para você.Atenciosamente,GilEquipe Voki
This is not currently possible - but we are working on sharing presentations with students, at which point it will become possible. Soon.
Thanks for bringing this up.
Hello Joanna -
Our QA just reviewed loading and working with the Voki site, on several Chromebooks.
No problem was noticed.
My best guess (just a guess) is that the student's chromebooks are perhaps configured by the school to use the school server as a proxy - or to use a VPN connection - either way they are behind the school firewall.
Please check with your IT - and ask them if they could enable web browsing access to the following domains -
Also - to use the record-by-mic feature (allow students to record their own voice using the computer's mic) - IT will also need to enable:* Ports 1935, 443 and 80 to access RTMP, RTMP/E, RTMFP, RTMPT & HTTP protocols.
Please try and let me know - I hope this proves to be the reason.
I'm sorry to hear. This is odd and I could use a bit more info.
Are the students remotely connected to the school network? (I'm thinking perhaps school firewall restriction)
Is the problem limited to student chromebooks?
Is there anyone not using a chromebook & is that person not experiencing the problem?
Are you yourself seeing the same problem on your computer?
if only on chromebook, are all the chromebooks the same make and model? Which?
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