June 3, 2016
Guest Blog by: Thomas Reyes-Cairo, Community Manager at eLearning Brothers
Everyone remembers the classroom presentations of yore: still screens of text with the occasional picture or background image. (Or, if you can recall even further back, plain black text on a transparency sheet projected onto a white backdrop.) Boring, right? There’s no doubt that creating a visually explosive eLearning course can help catch your learner’s eye and give a more natural and satisfying user experience. This is why we wanted to spend some time and effort highlighting the animation features of Adobe Captivate 9.
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July 13, 2011
In Adobe Captivate 5/5.5, you can add different effects to your objects, like motion path, color effect, filter, emphasis, etc.
The common path to add effects to your object is time-based effect, where you simply right-click the object and apply the desired effect(s). When you preview the screen, the effect appears as soon as the object appears on the screen.
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May 24, 2011
You are creating a simulation-based course and you need to demonstrate a couple of related workflows which include just about six to eight steps each. You are not convinced to create separate screens for such small demonstrations. So, what should you do?
Looks like you need a screen Continue reading…