Posts tagged "Localization"

December 4, 2011

Multiple Language Options in a Single Course with Adobe Captivate 5.5

When we create courses for global audience, oftentimes we come across a need for localized version of the course. The common workflow is to create the course in one language and then duplicate the course and then change the language for text/graphics/audio. This is the easiest way to localize content, but is an inefficient workflow for course maintenance, where you need to make the same edits in each version of the course.

To overcome this problem, Adobe Captivate provides you a way to create a single course with multiple language options. This can be done by using Advanced Actions and Variables.

Here’s an example of Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh10:58 PM Permalink
August 19, 2011

Localizing Text Captions and Closed Captions Made Easy with Adobe Captivate!

When we create eLearning courses for global audience, we need to localize these courses in different languages (quickly). Creating the course from scratch is not a feasible option. Here the Exporting and Importing Text Captions workflow in Adobe Captivate comes for rescue. It really makes the localization procedure simple, fast, and effective.

You just need to follow these simple steps to create a localized version of the course: Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh9:57 PM Permalink
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