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Adobe Launches eLearning Suite 6, Presenter 8

Here’s an important product release for the world of Education. Support for HTML5 as well as SCORM are both critical requirements for the creation of education learning resources.

Industry-Leading Authoring Suite Introduces HTML5-Based mLearning Support, Presenter Compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint

SAN JOSE, Calif. — July 18, 2012 Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the immediate availability of Adobe® eLearning Suite 6, the company’s tightly integrated toolbox for rapidly creating professional-grade eLearning and HTML5-based mLearning content. The suite enables eLearning professionals, educators and trainers to create immersive, interactive eLearning courses complete with simulations, product demos, digital imaging, rich animations and audio production. Anchored by Adobe Captivate® 6 and the new Adobe Presenter 8, Adobe eLearning Suite 6 includes several industry-leading titles including Adobe Flash® Professional CS6, Adobe Dreamweaver® CS6, Adobe Photoshop® CS6 Extended and Adobe Acrobat® X Pro.

“Today’s eLearning professionals, educators and trainers are dealing with a growing mobile population, platform fragmentation and the need to communicate through video,” said Naresh Gupta, senior vice president, Print and Publishing, Adobe. “As a result, efficiency in mobile authoring and delivery, and ease in video creation are among the top considerations when they select an authoring solution. Adobe eLearning Suite 6 delivers on both.”

Adobe eLearning Suite 6 enhances productivity with robust roundtripping workflows between Adobe Captivate and Adobe Audition® CS6, Adobe Flash Professional CS6, Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6 and Acrobat X Pro. For example, users can open Adobe Captivate files in Adobe Audition CS6 to quickly adjust speech pitch and alignment or Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6 to retouch images and create 3D graphics. Prebuilt native extensions with Adobe Flash Professional CS6 enable users to generate sprite sheets and more. With Acrobat X Pro users can embed Adobe Captivate movies into PDF documents and PDF portfolios, bringing text-based learning materials to life, and make the finished project accessible via Adobe Reader®.

Adobe Presenter 8
The new Adobe Presenter 8 empowers business professionals, trainers and educators to create video presentations right from the desktop, without the need for specialized equipment or training. With Adobe Presenter 8, users can streamline projects and lower costs of producing and editing videos with a single desktop solution. In addition, they are able to simultaneously capture slide presentations, webcam video and audio and dynamically mix components without a separate video editor. The intuitive interface makes it easy to edit and trim video, pan and zoom, adjust brightness and sharpness levels and enhance audio quality by reducing background noise. A host of video add-ons, including the ability to highlight select portions of a screen, insert annotations and apply text overlays, makes it easy to polish a presentation while the “Adobe Presenter to YouTube” feature allows users to publish a completed project with one click.

Adobe Captivate 6
Adobe Captivate 6 enhancements improve mobile access and boost learner engagement while ensuring effortless publishing to leading SCORM- and AICC-compliant Learning Management Systems (LMSs) such as Moodle, Blackboard, Plateau, Saba and SumTotal. It introduces the ability to publish content as both SWF and HTML5, enabling learners to begin a course on their desktop, pause and later resume on a mobile device, including iOS and Android™ based tablets and smartphones. Users can also quickly create and edit HD-quality demos within the new “capture-as-a-video” workflow, insert videos in a picture-in-picture format and publish projects to YouTube – all within the same UI. A full library of out-of-the-box assets, improved Microsoft™ PowerPoint integration and enhanced quizzing capabilities complete the top new features in Adobe Captivate 6. For more information, please refer to the Adobe Captivate 6 press release and visit

Adobe No. 1 at Learning Technologies 2011 Conference

At the BETT Show this year Adobe talked about the explosion in social media and the importance of creativity, collaboration and communication as core skills for students as they enter University or the world of work. The Learning Technologies Conference was also at Olympia, following closely behind the BETT Show, and it was no surprise that there were many similar themes.

For Adobe the show was all about eLearning Suite 2 which is available for education customers through traditional licensing programmes such as CLP and even as a Term Site Licence. Here’s the link to more information and each individual product contained within the Suite.

If you have any doubt about the relevance of eLearning Suite for education customers, take a look at some of the comments from the show and some of the statistics:

 Exit Poll Results 

  •  Adobe is Number 1 = “We asked: When you planned your Learning Technologies 2011 visit, which company was on top of your must see list before visiting the show today? Number 1 answer: Adobe.”  
  • Adobe is Number 3 = “We asked: Without looking down at any of the literature you’ve come away with today, can you name one of the event’s official sponsors? Number 3 answer: Adobe.”
  • Adobe is Number 1 = “We asked: Without looking, name one company’s case study, brochure or material that you remember putting in your show bag. Number 1 answer: Adobe.”

Media and Social Networking

  •  1 = Press release on Adobe’s presence at LT11uk: ‘Adobe Systems’ Seminars on Virtual Classrooms and Collaborative Learning’ by Training Press Releases 

  •  1,571 = Total number of Tweets on the #LT11uk hash tag
  • 73 = Tweets on #LT11uk hash tag within a 24 hour period – These 73 Tweets generated 63,966 impressions, reaching an audience of 46,914 followers
  • 50 = Number of blogs written analysing or summarising the show to date
  • 500 = Number of eLearning Suite 2 trial DVDs given away