August 31, 2012

Screen Capture Enhancements in Adobe Captivate 6

Adobe Captivate 6 is a power-packed release with a lot of impressive new features like HTML5 Publishing, Learning Interactions, Themes, Actors, Smart Shapes, Negative Scoring, Partial Scoring, Pre-tests, Branch-aware quizzes, Remediation, Submit All, Text Effects, Audio response, Object Grouping, Hyperlinks, and High-Definition Screencasts.

And if you think, that’s all we had to offer in this release, take a look at this video where I’ll be showing you the screen capture enhancements which allow you to capture even the small changes in the screen including the mouse roll-over events. You can also see the new workflow to mark the unwanted slides for deletion during screen capture.

Keep watching this space for more revelations on the new hidden features and enhancements in Adobe Captivate 6.

Posted by poojajaisingh11:02 PM
  • Jose Navas

    Wow! there is a lot of impressive features in Captivate. I’ll stay tuned to see how to use the many features like Branch-aware quizzes, submit all, audio response, etc. :)

  • Can Captivate 6 capture how long it takes a user to do certain interaction when going through a software simulation? And will it capture typing mistakes and the time it takes to type something?

  • Kyle Belousek

    That instructor was great! I love her teaching method! So friendly and ease to understand

  • Kyle Belousek

    easy!

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