Presenter 9 – Effectively Communicate with a Virtual Audience

Today, Adobe released Adobe Presenter 9, software that helps users communicate more effectively by developing engaging desktop videos and eLearning courses from within Microsoft PowerPoint. Presenter 9 is a simple yet powerful tool that can introduce trainers, knowledge workers and educators to the worlds of video and eLearning – even if they’re unfamiliar with video editing software. Presenter 9 and the recently released Adobe Captivate 7 is a powerful one-two punch for eLearning content creation.

Presenter 9 supports Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013 to ensure software compatibility for early adopters. Additionally, the latest enhancements minimize the time, effort and cost associated with producing desktop videos. For example, users can now simultaneously capture video feeds of themselves and their screen content, then easily mix and edit the footage to create impactful visual content.. Once done, finished videos can be published to YouTube and Vimeo with a single click or integrated into PowerPoint presentations.

Other key enhancements include:

  • Drag-and-drop elements, which streamline the process of inserting interactive games, quizzes and learning modules to deliver richer courses
  • Accessibility support, which makes achieving Section 508-standard compliance easier than ever before
  • Automatic closed captioning, which leverages a new speech-to-text conversion feature which saves  time and increases outreach
  • Leaner Intervention, which helps track the progress of individual learners and identify who may need course correction or additional support

This is just a sampling of the new and powerful updates included in Presenter 9.We encourage you to visit the Presenter product page to access more information, including helpful videos, detailed feature descriptions and FAQs.

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