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August 25, 2011

Adding Videos to the Sidebar in Your Adobe Presenter Courses

It’s always a good idea to add audio to your courses in the form of voice over. It saves the learners from reading a lot of onscreen text, and helps you in effectively using the screen real estate to graphically represent the concepts.

If you want to go a step further, videos are an ideal solution here. You can hear as well as see the trainer/coach. But again, some part of the screen area has to be assigned for the coach video. It’s easier to do so for some of the screens, but if the screens are overcrowded with graphical assets, it becomes difficult to accommodate the coach video in the course.

In such cases, sidebar is a great place to add coach videos. The learners Continue reading…

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