March 11, 2016
Guest Blog by: Steve Haskin, Principal & Chief Creator at Industrial Strength Learning
Take a look at the screenshot below. Take a good look at it.
It looks simple, doesn’t it? Looks can be deceiving. While this might look like a really simple software program, it is most assuredly not. On this opening screen you can either continue working on a past project or click on the start a new project button (hint: It’s a plus sign and a film depiction in a green button at the bottom of the screen.
A lot of new video and Continue reading…
February 23, 2016
Owing to low usage levels, Adobe has decided to discontinue the Learning Dashboard service that was available with Adobe Presenter 9 and Adobe Presenter 10. This service is not available with Adobe Presenter 11.
If you have content deployed with analytics or collaboration enabled (using Adobe Presenter 9 or 10):
– Your learners will still be able to access the old content published with analytics/collaboration enabled till Friday, March 25, 2016.
– Please republish your courses after disabling analytics and collaboration.
Effective February 23, 2016, you will not be able to create new modules in Adobe Presenter 9 and 10 using this service.
For any other questions and further information, do write to us at PVX-ProductionSupport@adobe.com
December 8, 2015
This September saw the release of a standalone Adobe Presenter Video Express. This new app is easily the coolest tool for creating video e-learning modules, complete with quizzes, presenter heads, screen capture, videos, and more.
So, when a tool is so chock-full of features, it’s got to be complicated and clunky, right? Wrong.
Let’s see why I think Presenter Video Express is super-easy yet super-powerful.
Most users stumble into a few issues when they try out video recording. I will explain how Presenter Video Express addresses these issues to make video creation easy for you. Continue reading…
September 14, 2015
Today Adobe released Adobe Presenter 11 andAdobe Presenter Video Express 11. Presenter Video Express is included with purchases of Adobe Presenter 11, but now you can subscribe toPresenter Video Express alone if you just want the video tool. In this post, I’ll tell you about both tools, describe what’s new, and share my favorite features.
Adobe Presenter 11 is a plugin for Microsoft PowerPoint that allows you Continue reading…
January 7, 2015
Accessibility helps the differently-abled people to experience the technological advancements going around the world. It helps them to access the knowledge floating on the internet. It helps them to feel at par with others who can hear, speak, and move involuntarily.
Here at Adobe, we advocate the belief that CRPD (The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities) is an important step toward ensuring people with disabilities have equal access to government services, employment opportunities, and technological advances.
As a part of Adobe Presenter team, Continue reading…
September 9, 2014
Here is your chance to establish a one-on-one relationship with the Adobe product teams and help us make your product experience better.
If you are currently an Adobe Presenter user or have been one in the past, we would love to hear your thoughts in this 5-minute usage survey.
August 11, 2014
Topic: Free your courses from the confines of a classroom with Adobe Presenter 10
Description: Join us to learn how to create courses and modules for your learners which no longer limit them to learn inside the class. Take advantage of Adobe Presenter 10 to create video lectures – replete with quizzes, games and interactions – and create them in a jiffy, right from your desktop. Let learners use modern day devices such as tablets to access your learning modules which you can publish to HTML5. Create HD videos in a few clicks, regardless of the AV capabilities of your computer. Edit videos in a jiffy using a 3 button interface. Also track content consumption and learner behavior using built in video analytics and LMS support.
June 23, 2014
Adobe 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…
February 19, 2014
A few days back, I started exploring a cool new tool named Expresso to create short videos to share my thoughts and ideas with my friends and colleagues. It’s a pretty simple tool to create videos to explain concepts and ideas with the help of out-of-the-box video assets and adding text/drawings on the fly.
The best part I like about Expresso is Continue reading…
January 16, 2014
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.
January 10, 2014
Whether 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…
December 9, 2013
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.
The Edit Video dialog Continue reading…