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July 13, 2011

Adding Event-based Effects to Objects with Adobe Captivate

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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