Posts tagged "“Video screen capture”"

November 9, 2012

eTraining: Captivate your Learners with Amazing Simulations

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.

Register at: http://adobe.ly/PIVC5m

Posted by Vish4:49 PM Permalink
October 22, 2012

Update for Adobe Captivate 6 available now!

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.

  1. 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…
Posted by Vish5:44 PM Permalink
September 22, 2012

eSeminar: From Sage on the Stage to Guide on the Side

From Sage on the Stage to Guide on the Side
October 03, 2012
10 AM US Pacific

REGISTER: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=2090861&loc=en_us

Educators have searched for quite some time for ways to shift from a didactic (teacher centered) classroom to a more experiential (student centered) classroom for decades. In this one hour eSeminar Adobe eLearning Evangelist, Dr. Allen Partridge will offer some practical solutions to moving from primarily didactic instruction to primarily student centered, activity driven learning. You’ll get practical Advice for Educators who want to instantly create fantastic online resources from their lectures and slide decks. Join Dr. Allen Partridge for a discussion and demonstration of practical tips to capture your lectures, economize their length and distribution and make them available to your students.

Posted by Allen Partridge1:35 AM Permalink
August 7, 2012

Training: Create Professional Videos with Adobe Presenter 8

Topic: Create Professional Videos with Adobe Presenter 8

Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to learn how to create professional looking videos right at your desktop without specialized equipment or training. In this session, you will learn how to use Adobe Presenter 8 to easily record and edit your video with crop, trim, pan, and zoom, and automatically adjust the brightness and sharpness of the video.

Recording Link

Posted by poojajaisingh1:44 PM Permalink
August 6, 2012

Training: High Definition Screencasts with Adobe Captivate 6

Topic: High Definition Screencasts with Adobe Captivate 6

Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to learn how to easily create high-quality screencasts with the new capture-as-a-video workflow. In this session, you will learn how to edit video, and add transitions, pan and zoom, smart shapes, audio, and captions. You will also see how to insert a talking head or another video in a picture-in-picture format and publish the video to YouTube with a single click.

Recording Link

Posted by poojajaisingh7:14 PM Permalink
July 23, 2012

Astonishing New Adobe Technology Enables Knowledge Sharing for Everyone

There’s an astonishing new technology in the newly released Adobe Presenter 8. Now anyone can easily create compelling personalized videos from the comfort of their own desk. Check out this video to get a sense of what I’m talking about.

Losing knowledge because people change jobs, move on or leave is a very expensive liability for every company. In addition to the inherent problem – creating a community which shares rather than hoards knowledge – can be an enormous asset to any business. Wise companies have embraced Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge6:31 PM Permalink
July 3, 2012

Adobe eLearning Suite 6: Sneak Peek 1: Enhanced Multi-SCO Packager

I’m excited to be bringing you the first sneak peek of Adobe eLearning Suite 6! One of the major enhancements to the suite is the new and improved Multi-SCO packager- where you not only can combine SCOs from multiple products in Adobe eLearning Suite but can now also make it more engaging with Pre-test and Post-test scenarios. Want to know more about it? Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on this exciting new feature.

Still starving for more information about Adobe eLearningSuite 6? Follow @vish_adobe on twitter and be the first one to know about what’s in store for you in eLearning Suite 6.

You also stand a chance to win a full licensed copy of Adobe Captivate 6. Here’s how:

  1. Follow @vish_adobe on twitter. Already following? Just follow step 2.
  2. Tweet about this post by clicking the Tweet button on this post.
  3. You’re all set!

We’ll be announcing the winner on the 25th of July.

Posted by Vish9:57 PM Permalink
June 26, 2012

HD Videos within a regular Adobe Captivate project

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:

  1. Start with a regular CPTX project
  2. Choose Insert -> Recording Slide or click on the Record Additional Slides button (red button) on the top menu.
    Continue reading…
Posted by harikrishna12:42 PM Permalink
June 15, 2012

Introducing Adobe Captivate 6: Sensational eLearning Authoring

I love being part of a team. There are few things in life more rewarding than pulling together with a group of like-minded souls in order to accomplish a goal that everyone agrees is important and meaningful. At Adobe our mission is to change the world through digital experiences. In the eLearning team we are deeply committed to the serious work of creating positive change by enabling creativity, educational experiences and making that experience easy and productive. Today our team is thrilled to announce that Adobe Captivate 6 is now available.

Simply put, Adobe Captivate 6 is a sensational tool. Years of innovation, evolution and experience have led to an absolutely amazing tool capable of creating virtually any kind of eLearning content with incredible ease. The hallmarks of Adobe Captivate 6 are genuine, powerful and effortless mobile learning solutions, phenomenal digital video screencasting, and unbelievable out-of-the-box assets including awesome interactions that work in Flash and HTML5, a giant library of hundreds of Actors to add personalization to your projects and jaw-dropping themes that facilitate rapid development so well, you might just call it instant.


iPads and Mobile, Here we come!
The eLearning industry has been aching for a solution that will facilitate robust and reliable delivery of eLearning content to the latest mobile devices. Support for iPads, Tablets, and other mobile devices is just a click away through Adobe Captivate 6′s hot new publish to HTML5 output. Captivate 6 now publishes natively to HTML5 as well as the traditional Flash and other output options. Not only does it output for seamless iPad publishing via HTML5, it also exports MP4 video to facilitate impressive Just-In-Time training.

Just add Content
Have a look at the incredible Themes, Actors and Smart Learning Interactions in Adobe Captivate 6. These phenomenal out-of-the box solutions facilitate a shockingly fast workflow. Better yet, it’s Captivate, so they are all customizable and extensible. No need to stop with the wonderful stuff in the box, you can add your own cutout people, and create your own fully customizable themes to facilitate the branding and template styles that work best for your organization.

The eLearning World’s Favorite Application Simulation Tool Just Got A Serious Upgrade
There’s an incredible surprise waiting inside Adobe Captivate 6 for you. We’ve added High Definition, native video screen / application capture, and we’ve done it with the eLearning savvy you’ve come to expect from Captivate. Captivate has earned a place as industry leader for a long time in the Application Simulation arena, but we didn’t want to rest on any laurels. Why not give a completely awesome video only solution for screen recording? You asked for it, you got it. You won’t believe all the cool features. The mouse remains editable even after the video recording. Output to mp4 or YouTube is lightening fast. A crazy simple editor let’s you zoom and pan with fantastic ease and adding transitions is a breeze too.

These are only a few of the marvelous new features in Adobe Captivate 6. Download a copy now, and let us know what you think. Feel free to join us on Facebook, or reach out to us on Twitter #AdobeCaptivate as well.

Posted by Allen Partridge9:53 AM Permalink
June 6, 2012

#AdobeCaptivate 6 Sneak Peek 03: High Definition Screencasts

After sharing sneak peeks on HTML5 publish option and Themes with you, we still have a lot to share and definitely cannot hide the excitement. :)

So here’s another peek into an awesome feature of creating high definition screencasts using the brand new Captivate 6. Take a look!

Inquisitive to know more about the new features of Captivate? Follow me on twitter @poojajaisingh and be the first one to know about what’s in store for you in Captivate 6.

You also stand a chance to win a full licensed copy of Adobe Captivate 6. Here’s how:

  1. Follow me on twitter @poojajaisingh. Already following me? Just follow the step 2.
  2. Tweet about this post by clicking the Tweet button on this post.
  3. You’re all set!

I’ll be announcing the winner on 26th July during my Captivate training session. Stay tuned!

Happy captivating! :)

 

Posted by poojajaisingh7:09 PM Permalink
May 25, 2012

Training: Simulations made easy with Adobe Captivate 5.5: Best practices – Part 2

Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM US/Pacific

Description:

Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh with Leslie Bivens in 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
  • Understand the best practices of using Panning
  • Publishing the captured projects to final output

To Registerhttp://adobe.ly/KT7gUv

Posted by Vish3:50 PM Permalink
March 1, 2012

Training: Simulations made easy with Adobe Captivate 5.5 – Basics and best practices

Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh with Leslie Bivens to learn the basics of Capture in Adobe Captivate 5.5. We will also discuss the best practices while creating and modifying the simulations in Adobe Captivate.

What’s in it for you?

After attending the session, you will be able to:

  1. Understand the suitable settings to be done before capturing
  2. Capture any application/screen area as Automatic or Full Motion Recording
  3. Understand the best practices while editing the captured project
  4. Resize the project for various requirements

Recordinghttp://adobe.ly/K15PVZ

Posted by Vish4:14 PM Permalink
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