August 19, 2011

Reusing the Tween Animations from Adobe Flash in Adobe Captivate

We can create cool tween animations with Adobe Flash and use them for the objects in Adobe Captivate. This is possible using the power of XML. Watch an example screen, where a drawing object created in Adobe Captivate has the bouncing animation effect applied.

Let’s see how we can apply such effects to our Adobe Captivate objects. We will begin with exporting the Classic Tween animation created in Adobe Flash as an XML. Here’s a demonstration:

Now, let’s use the XML file which we just exported from Adobe Flash in Adobe Captivate. Watch the following demonstration to understand the workflow.

Hope this was helpful. Now it’s your turn to create cool animated effects and use it in Adobe Captivate… Have fun!

Posted by Vish2:52 PM
  • Anonymous

    This is not the place for this but I have tried and tried to use the captivate forum. Where are the Post and Reply buttons? I have logged in but do not see anything. Where are some directions on using the forum?

    Adobe help is no help. I hope you can answer this simple question so I can use the forum.

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