Check out this new course on Adobe Captivate Drag and Drop Interactions with me on Lynda.com. This course dives into the drag-and-drop feature of Adobe Captivate 8, focusing on creating interactive elements that are interesting and fun. You will learn how to build your first interaction, turn interactions into questions and practice activities, apply effects, categorize one-to-many and many-to-one objects for easy assembly, and add feedback and advanced actions that will take your drag-and-drop interactions to the next level.
Topic: Tracking Learner Interaction in Video-based Courses with Adobe Presenter 9
Description: Now-a-days, video is considered the best form of content delivery. There is a video available for almost everything. Even the trainers and educators are adopting this form of content delivery but there are some questions that plague their minds: Are my students watching the videos? Are they watching the videos more than once? How much are my students learning from these videos? Are these videos effective? Do the students have any doubts about the concepts they are being taught in the video? Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh in this interactive session to get answers to all these questions and more.
When? Thursday, November 29, 2012, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM US/Pacific
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh for an exciting session on capture workflows using Adobe Captivate 6. In this session, you will learn how to create application recordings in demonstration, training, and assessment mode — all in one go. You will also learn how to enhance the recordings with additional objects in Adobe Captivate 6, to make the captured content more effective.
We have released an update for Adobe Captivate — version 6.0.1 (Build 240), which is available for download through Help Menu > Updates… This is available for Windows as of now, we will have the Mac version soon. A bunch of key issues are addressed through this update including the following fixes.
Output from Trial version – Before this update, content created through trial version of Adobe Captivate 6 would expire in 30 days from the project creation. With Adobe Captivate 6.0.1, the published outputs will expire in 30 days from the date of Publishing. Continue reading…
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 Continue reading…
Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to learn how to rapidly create eLearning courses with trackable quizzes using the all new Adobe Presenter 8. They will also show you how to convert your slides into interactive training content using out-of-the-box assets such as actors, scenes, layouts, and learning interactions.
Adobe Captivate 6 lets you record your screen or applications as High Definition (HD) videos and then add transitions or pan & zoom effects to make the videos more engaging. You can also publish them directly to YouTube or save them as MP4 files.
But what If you want to have questions slides or training slides? What if you require reporting to LMS? This is when you need to combine the videos with a regular Adobe Captivate project (CPTX files).
One way of combining videos and Captivate projects is by recording a Video Demo, doing all the required changes, publishing it, and then inserting the published video in the project as a Slide Video.
The disadvantage in this way, however, is, even if you need slight modifications to the video, you need to rerecord, republish, and then reinsert the modified video in the project… This can be time-consuming especially if your video is lengthy.
So, the best way to combine video demos with for such cases is to record the demo from within the CPTX file. The video will be inserted on a separate slide and you can start editing the video with a single click.
Here’s how we do that:
Start with a regular CPTX project
Choose Insert -> Recording Slide or click on the Record Additional Slides button (red button) on the top menu. Continue reading…
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM US/Pacific
Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh with Leslie Bivensin this second part of the simulations series to learn the basics of Full Motion Recording, Recording with Narration and Panning in Adobe Captivate 5.5. We will also discuss the best practices while modifying the simulations in Adobe Captivate.
What’s in it for you?
After attending the session, you will be able to:
Understand the suitable settings to be done before capturing an FMR
Understand the best practices of doing Narration and editing the narration
I hope you’ll visit the site and nominate Adobe Captivate for items 10 (Best Rapid Development Tool), 12 (Simulation Development Tool), 14 (Video Capture, Production, Publishing Tool) and 15 (Assessment Tool) under authoring applications. You could also nominate Adobe eLearning Suite for item 11 (eLearning Development Tool). Thanks in advance for sharing your love of Captivate & the eLearning Suite with the broader Continue reading…
After the successful HTML5 contest for Adobe Captivate on our Facebook Page, we’re launching a global contest for the best Scenario-based training content created using Adobe Captivate. This contest is live now on our Facebook page.
Topic: Import/Export workflows in Adobe Captivate 5.5
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to learn about different import/export workflows available in Adobe Captivate 5.5. In this session, they will show you how to export project captions, preferences, object styles, etc. They will also share some best practices related to these workflows.