Last week we announced the Knowledge Sharing Challenge at Adobe Learning Summit. It’s an amazing opportunity for anyone (eLearning Professional, Trainer, Subject Matter Expert, Instructional Designer, Knowledge Worker, You Name it) to compete for great prizes and show your colleagues what you can do. All you need to do is record a short video using Adobe Presenter Video Creator and share it on Facebook. Here’s a short video with more information about the contest: Continue reading…
August 22, 2012
1PM US Eastern
Join us for this free eSeminar
Join Adobe eLearning Evangelist, Dr. Allen Partridge for a very hands on session explaining how to create professional quality video productions from the comfort of your desk. Dr. Partridge will create examples live and give you his top tips to guarantee success when building your arsenal of video tutorials, marketing materials and more.
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…
I’m so excited about the upcoming release of Adobe Captivate 6. I’m going to burst if I don’t share something, so here it is. From deep inside the labs I’ve sorted out the details of one of the incredible new features coming in Adobe Captivate 6, and it’s absolutely wonderful. You’re going to love using the new Themes. Check out the video to learn more. Enjoy!
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You also stand a chance to win a full licensed copy of Adobe Captivate 6. Here’s how Continue reading…
Description: Join Rick Zannoti, Captivate Community Expert, to learn how to use video in Captivate 5.5. Video is rapidly becoming a very important part of eLearning. During this session, he will demonstrate how to insert video, use slide video and time a video across contiguous and non-contiguous slides. He will also be sharing some video tips and tricks.
Join Joseph Caplan, Adobe Captivate Expert along with Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaising to learn how to create videos effectively for Adobe Captivate. During the session, we will also learn the best practices, tools and techniques used for high-quality videos.
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.
As we are aware, Closed Captions makes the content more interesting for the learners. Generally, they are associated with Audio in a Slide but what if we need the Closed Captions but with a Video? We have the perfect solution for that using Slide Video’s Closed Captions Feature. View the following demonstration to know what I’m talking about.
Hello Captivate Rock Stars young and old. I’ve been plugging away on this one for a while now – in part because I realize how really central it is to understanding Captivate as a whole. I’ve always been fascinated by learning, but there is one phenomenon in learning which I find particularly Continue reading…
People often ask me how I got such a clean cutout of an image in Adobe Captivate 5. The answer is that it’s pretty easy with eLearning Suite 2, because Photoshop CS5 and Adobe Captivate 5 work together to make for a simple solution to complex problems like that one. Sure, it’s easy to get a clean selection when all the background pixels are the same color, but what do you do when you need to clip a foreground object or figure and the subject and the background are far more complex? In the video below I Continue reading…