Adobe Presenter 10 Empowers Educators to Create HD Video Lectures

Today, Adobe announced the newest version of Adobe Presenter, a key tool in the company’s market-leading eLearning authoring software arsenal. With the increase in trends such as distance learning, flipped learning and MOOC’s, educators today need to reach out to students by delivering their lectures virtually – as video or on-demand sessions, without compromising on the quality of the content. Time and resource constraints are the primary challenges an educator faces while creating professional quality video lectures.

Adobe Presenter 10 enables educators to address these challenges and help them create studio quality HD video lectures, right from their desktop, with no specialized equipment or training required. With Presenter 10 they can simultaneously capture any content on their screen along with webcam video to create sharp and vivid video lectures and online courses for their virtual learners. Additionally, Presenter 10 allows educators to track content consumption and learner performance with the built-in Learner Analytics dashboard.

With Presenter 10, educators can transform their existing PowerPoint slides into on-demand eLearning content with out-of-the-box assets and eye-catching quizzes. They can also leverage HTML5 publishing to deliver courses to a variety of devices, including tablets, and track performance through integration with leading LMSs.

Adobe Presenter is a two-time back to back winner of the famed CODiE Award for the “Best Video Tool” in 2013 and 2014. Now Adobe Presenter is available on both the WIN and MAC platforms as Adobe Presenter 10 (WIN) and Adobe Presenter Video Express 10 (MAC).

Special Education Pricing Information:

Adobe Presenter 10 (WIN) Student & Teacher Pricing (North America) – $149

Adobe Presenter Video Express 10 (MAC) Student & Teacher Pricing (North America) – $99

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