February 28, 2011

Full Screen in Adobe Captivate Authoring: New Video

This week we welcome back to the team eLearning Evangelist R.J. Jacquez – and R.J.’s first contribution is a great short video on YouTube: All about working in full screen mode in AdobeCaptivate. Proving yet again that Adobe Captivate goes way beyond Screen Capture, R.J. gives us a nice overview of how easy it can be to work in full screen mode.

You can always view the latest Adobe Captivate and eLearning Suite Tutorials on YouTube at the Adobe eLearning Channel as well as a host of Tutorials and special features on AdobeTV in our brand new eLearning Channel.

Posted by Allen Partridge6:00 PM
  • Nice tip, thanks. I like your presentation style RJ.

  • Thanks RJ

    Can I suggest a future video.. on best practices for putting Captivate content on YouTube, websites, and using the OSMF player.

    • Hi Steve, great idea about best practices for publishing Captivate to YouTube. I have added this to my list of to-do videos. Thanks.

  • Hi Paul, thank you for your kind words. Glad you liked the tip and the pace of the video.

    Also, thank you Allen for highlighting this video here on the Captivate blog.

  • Dennis

    RJ Welcome Back!

    I always learn so much for your tweets and blog posts…Thank you for helping to make Cp easier to use.

    • Hi Dennis, I appreciate your kind comment. It’s really good to be back working on my favorite Adobe app. I’m still finalizing my last techcomm project to the team and then I will concentrate fully on more CP and eLs contributions. Thanks again

  • Wahid Anwar

    how can I see this video , all time the video appear this message “this video is private”

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