Adobe Captivate Video Demo Now With Webcam When I first started creating Adobe Captivate video tutorials on YouTube, I would use Adobe Captivate on one screen to demonstrate, while another instance of Captivate would record a Video Demo. I switched to Adobe Presenter Video Express at the recommendation of Dr Allen Partridge. He suggested that […]
Add Slide Video From YouTube In Adobe Captivate 2019 The Insert Video window has changed and has a new way to import YouTube videos. Gone is the option for Multi-Slide Synchronized Video. It’s been replaced with just Slide Video but offers the same options. An option for YouTube Video has been added to this window. […]
Preview Your Adobe Captivate 2019 eLearning On Your Mobile Device Before Captivate 2019, if I wanted to preview my designs on a mobile device, I had to publish the whole project, upload it to my web server, email myself a hyperlink and then launch the course from my mobile device. In this video tutorial, I […]
Fluid Boxes 2.0 In Adobe Captivate 2019 In this video tutorial, I show you how fluid boxes have been enhanced and improved in Adobe Captivate 2019 Release.
Captivate 2019 – CSV Import For Questions Prior to Captivate 2019 if you wanted to import a large pool of questions into your eLearning project you needed to use the GIFT file format. GIFT stands for General Import Format Template and it requires a specific set of syntax rules to work properly. You would write […]
Interactive Video In Adobe Captivate 2019 In this video tutorial, I show you what I predict will be the standout feature of Adobe Captivate 2019, Interactive Video. I will show you how to add overlay slides to your videos, and interactive items like knowledge check questions. In addition, you will be able to easily add […]