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I have a slide with an animation with autoplay on the top and two graphs at the bottom. The graphs appear in two stages. At the moment, the animation restart when I go to the second step, how I can prevent that? To be clearer, I would like the animation to stay on its last frame (instead of restarting) as I advance to the second part of the slide.

The code so far:

\frame{
\frametitle{Example 1}
\begin{center}
\includemovie[autoplay,mouse]{10em}{7em}{Pics/bar_cubic.avi}
\end{center}

\hfill

\begin{columns}
   \hfill
   \centering
   \column{0.5\textwidth}
   \includegraphics<1>[width=1.\textwidth]{Pics/reaction_bar_quad.pdf}
   \includegraphics<2>[width=1.\textwidth]{Pics/reaction_bar.pdf}
   \hfill
   \centering
   \column{0.5\textwidth}
   \includegraphics<1>[width=1.\textwidth]{Pics/energy_bar_quad.pdf}
   \includegraphics<2>[width=1.\textwidth]{Pics/energy_bar.pdf}
   \hfill
\end{columns}
} %%%
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I think this is in principle very difficult (each slide is a page in its own). However, I guess you can emulate it by making the other pictures to an animation (albeit, you have to either time perfectly or press them to run them). –  zeroth Mar 19 '13 at 11:31
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Maybe you could put your animation on a \only<1>{} environment and put a picture of the same size (eg: the last frame of the animation) in a \only<2>{} to replace the animation... Or even better perhaps, put the animation again in a \only<2>{} but without autoplay –  Lionel MANSUY Mar 19 '13 at 12:20
    
I tried to use the option 'startat' in \includemovielike this, but it was unsuccessful: \only<1>{\includemovie[autoplay,mouse]{10em}{7em}{Pics/bar_cubic.avi}} \only<2>{\includemovie[startat=time:6,autoplay,mouse]{10em}{7em}{Pics/bar_cubic‌​.avi}} –  Julot Mar 20 '13 at 10:21
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