Progress Bar/Fast Start

I exported a hyperlink only movie out of Keynote 3. I then inserted into my webpage. If a person clicks on the first hyperlink to go to the next slide it only goes a few frames and then freezes. There is not enough information buffered to move it along.
What I would like is to have some kind of download progress bar that shows up below the QuickTime so people know to wait. However, I don't want to lose the hyperlinks.
You can see it at: www.youbelong.net > journal information > instructions
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Hey Granny, I love your apples.
You could try opening your movie in QuickTime Player (Pro) and then going to the Window menu, Show Movie Properties.
Click on the Video track to select it and then click on the "Other Settings" button in the gray area below. Check the boxes for "Preload this track" and "Cache (hint)". Repeat for the Sprite track (not sure that that's necessary though) and then save the movie...

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