Posts in Category "Adobe Presenter"

June 23, 2014

Adobe Presenter 10 Enables on-Demand eLearning

PnMnemonicAdobe Presenter 10 is an eLearning authoring toolkit that helps you create show and tell video lessons for classroom teaching, distance learning, flipped learning and MOOC sessions. Using Adobe Presenter 10 you can simultaneously capture your screen content and your webcam video.

On Windows, Adobe Presenter 10 acts as a plugin to Microsoft PowerPoint. The simple added ribbon will allow you to Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge11:11 AM Permalink
January 16, 2014

Case Study: Transforming the classrooms with Adobe Presenter

Case Study: Transforming the classrooms with Adobe Presenter

Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist, as she shares her experience on how the Government School teachers from Bangalore were able to transform their traditional classrooms to collaborative classrooms with the help of Adobe Presenter.  She will also show you how the school teachers were able to convert their PowerPoint presentations into interactive eLearning courses and instructional videos in few simple steps.

Recording Link

Posted by poojajaisingh6:39 PM Permalink
January 10, 2014

How to easily make a great YouTube Video

pvc_001Whether you are working to impress the boss or to share your favorite game tips with friends, virtually everyone is looking to YouTube videos to catch and create the latest trends. In the past, creating great videos has been a difficult proposition, it’s difficult to imagine how you can go from average video surfer to top notch video creator, but it doesn’t have to be that difficult to make YouTube videos, thanks to a cool new tool from Adobe.

Adobe Presenter includes an amazing video recording tool that let’s anyone easily create amazing show and tell videos, by recording both a web cam and your computer screen at the Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge11:56 PM Permalink
December 9, 2013

Getting Started with Adobe Presenter: Editing Videos

Guest post by Kevin Siegel, Founder and President, IconLogic, Inc.

During my last post I wrote about how you can import videos into an Adobe Presenter project. But what if, after inserting a video and Previewing, you discover that there is unwanted content at the beginning or end of the video? You’ll be happy to learn that Presenter offers a wonderfully simplistic way to edit inserted videos (without having to leave Presenter and start a third-party video editing tool).

On the Adobe Presenter tab, Insert group, click the Video drop-down menu and choose Edit.

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The Edit Video dialog Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh4:32 PM Permalink
November 26, 2013

Getting Started with Adobe Presenter: Adding Videos

Guest post by Kevin Siegel, Founder and President, IconLogic, Inc.

Slide Video

Adobe Presenter supports several types of video formats including Windows media files (afs, wmv, mpg), Quick Time files (mp4, dv, dvi, mov, and 3g) and Flash Video (flv). If your computer setup includes a video camera, you can also record your own video. When adding videos to a presentation, you can elect to import the video directly to a slide, or have the video appear on the Sidebar. You’ll learn both techniques during this post.

To add video to a slide, visit the Adobe Presenter tab, Insert group, and click the Video tool.1_Insert Video

The Adobe Presenter – Import Video dialog box opens.

Locate a video on your computer. Select the video file, but don’t open just yet  Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh12:05 PM Permalink
November 21, 2013

The eLearning Guild Academy announces live online courses for Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter!

academy_150If you’ve been looking for a formal hands-on training course to learn how to use Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter, but can’t find a suitable classroom training for it, enroll for these live online courses organized by Guild Academy.

Here are the details: Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh4:10 PM Permalink
November 18, 2013

Adobe Presenter 9.0.2 ushers in Video Analytics

 

A few months ago, we invited you to say hello to Adobe Presenter 9. We are now excited to announce the availability of Adobe Presenter 9.0.2.

Now, this is more than a patch release. You could already analyse how students consumed the content at the granularity of a slide, with the Learner Dashboard feature introduced in Adobe Presenter 9. This update brings you the power of video analytics, enabling you to create video modules so that you can also analyse how students consume your content and decide if learner intervention is required – something that you will love, if you flip classrooms. When video analytics is enabled, the Learner Dashboard aggregates video content consumption at the granularity of 30 second video segments.

This update introduces a Continue reading…

Posted by Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan1:30 PM Permalink
November 15, 2013

Adobe adds Collaboration and Learner Tracking to Award Winning Video Tool

Adobe’s award winning Presenter Video Creator has been enhanced with new tools designed to put interaction right into educational videos. Trainers and Educators alike are rapidly adopting Adobe Presenter thanks to it’s amazingly simple, show-and-tell video tool. Innovations in the video tool have been delighting users for more than a year now. Given the immediate popularity of the new learner intervention, tracking and collaboration tools were added to interactive projects, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Adobe has released an update that now provides users a tool that will let them embed learner tracking and collaboration right inside the videos.

I think the simplest way to explain this new workflow is to do so in pictures.

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I’ve explained extensively here how to use Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge9:35 PM Permalink
November 14, 2013

Getting Started with Adobe Presenter: Scenes, Characters and Scenarios

Guest post by Kevin Siegel, Founder and President, IconLogic, Inc.

Often times the hardest part about creating an eLearning course is getting started. Many people struggle with the look and feel of the individual lessons, quality images, and workable scenarios. You’ll be happy to learn that Adobe Presenter provides some wonderful tools that will help get your eLearning course jump-started. I’m talking specifically about Presenter’s Scenes, Characters and Scenarios.

Scenes

Scenes are helpful when you’re trying to quickly create an eLearning course, but you don’t have the time to draw the background elements to support the slides. To use Presenter’s Scenes, you can begin with something as simple as a brand new PowerPoint presentation. On the Adobe Presenter tab, Insert group, you simply click the Scene tool.

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On the Insert Scene dialog box, you can select Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh6:25 PM Permalink
November 4, 2013

Check out this award-winning interactive eBook!

best-of-show-vendor-badgebest-open-entry-badgeLast month at DevLearn 2013 conference, I participated in the 9th Annual eLearning DemoFest event and showcased an Interactive eBook on how to use Adobe Presenter to create eLearning courses. There were 81 participants at DemoFest showing off their latest and greatest development efforts, offering the DevLearn conference attendees an opportunity to see a wide variety of solutions to common eLearning challenges, and information about the tools, technologies and processes they used to build them. And the good news is that we won Best of Show-Vendor and Best Open Entry awards for the interactive eBook on Adobe Presenter. Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh2:16 PM Permalink
October 30, 2013

Training: Tracking Learner Interaction in Video-based Courses with Adobe Presenter 9

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.

Recording Link

Posted by poojajaisingh7:31 PM Permalink
September 17, 2013

The changing face of Learning!

LearningFor years, the teachers were given the role of collector of information and disseminating that information through a sage-on-a-stage classroom. However, with the rapid increase in the reach of Internet, information is now freely and easily accessible. The classroom is no longer the single source of information, thought it remains a very important one.

Voice of the Student:

Students are clearly telling us educators, that the time in class should not be spent providing them information that they can easily get elsewhere. The class hours could be more effectively used by helping them in resolving the doubts that they encountered while consuming information elsewhere (typically online), evaluate and analyze alternate views that they have encountered and finally help them connect the dots of information in creating a better understanding of a concept (information to knowledge) – addressing loosely the analysis, evaluation, creation phases of Continue reading…

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