February 28, 2011

Creating your first Application Capture (Screen/Video Capture) Training with Adobe Captivate 5

It’s easy sometimes to feel like your application capture process is going to capture you. Learning to do application capture well can be a considerable challenge. That’s why I wanted to do an eSeminar showing you some of the best application capture examples I have seen. I was thrilled to be able to do this demo to a packed house of well over 200 Adobe Captivate enthusiasts a couple of weeks ago. If you missed it, the recent session on Adobe Captivate and eLearning Suite used to create Application Capture Training (or video capture / screen capture) is now available on demand at the Adobe website. This was an enormously popular session with loads of great tips and tricks about how to go about creating best practice application captures for demos and training.

eSeminar LINK: http://adobe.ly/hKiekG

Posted by Allen Partridge8:03 PM
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