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Adobe Presenter 7.0.7 is HERE with ActionScript 3.0 Support

mLearning Revolution

Today I’m happy to report that our much anticipated update of Adobe Presenter with full support for ActionScript 3.0 (AS3) is here, and this is a free update to anyone who owns Adobe Presenter 7, or any version of our Adobe eLearning Suite. You can learn more about Adobe Presenter 7 by visiting our Presenter pages online HERE. Send to Kindle. eLearning

15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads

Upside Learning

Adobe Edge Animate. Swiffy converts SWF files to HTML5. Apart from supporting many common SWF features such as vector graphics, embedded fonts, images and timeline animation, it also converts basic ActionScript 2.0 and ActionScript 3.0 So here’s a few – 15 actually! And the icing on the cake? It’s free! 2. Articulate Storyline. Camtasia Studio 8. Claro.

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Apple Vs Adobe: Impact On Mobile Learning Development

Upside Learning

The war between Adobe and Apple just got hotter. Apple has revised the Developer Program License Agreement to ban the use of cross compiler tools like Unity3d, Appcelerator’s Titanium, Adobe’s Flash CS5 etc. The new update in the Apple’s Developer Program License Agreement has once again broken Adobe’s hopes of running Flash based apps on the iPhone and iPad.

New Features in Adobe Captivate 4

Steve Howard

Tridib Roy Chowdhury has posted an extensive list of Adobe Captivate 4 new features to The Adobe Captivate Blog. Adobe Photoshop layer support- Preserve layers in imported Adobe® Photoshop® (PSD) files. Adobe® ActionScript® 3.0 Air Review app (swf commenting). Single SWF Output. Posted in Adobe, Captivate, eLearning. Adobe Captivate eLearningProductivity, Richness, and Robustness. Round-trip PowerPoint workflow – optional linking or embedding. Variables and Advanced Actions. Text-to-speech functionality. panning.


Adobe shows off Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite

Steve Howard

At the Adobe Learning Summit in San Jose, November 10th, Adobe showed several exciting new features from the next version of Captivate and from the up-coming eLearning Suite. Adobe Captivate ‘Next’ I have been beta testing Captivate 4 for several months, so I was pleased to be invited by Adobe to the Adobe Learning Summit in San Jose on Monday 10th November. At the Adobe Learning Summit, Adobe demonstrated the next version of Captivate, and also previewed the new Adobe eLearning Suite. Click the next button to continue.

Developing An eLearning Player?

Upside Learning

Adobe’s Flash Professional is widely used for eLearning development but some organizations don’t allow running Flash Player or any other 3 rd party plug-ins for that matter in their web browsers. swf, *.flv, Related posts: Adobe AIR & Flash Player 10.1– How it Can Benefit Mobile Learning Why Use ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Based eLearning Development? flv, *.js,

My Top 10 e-Learning Tools

eLearning Cyclops

Adobe Flash - An essential tool for creating highly interactive elements, including animation, games, immersive learning simulations, and almost anything else you want if you can manage writing or finding the actionscript. Adobe Fireworks - It is my choice for editing graphics because it is user-friendly to non-graphic artists like me. Adobe Captivate - Fantastic for creating simulations (software sims and branching sims), plus it does a good job recording audio for your sims. Jane Hart is gathering top ten lists for e-learning tools. old habits are hard to break.

eLearning Mega Flash and PPT Temple Bundle

eLearning Brothers

Made to work within most rapid elearning software (Articulate Presenter, Adobe Captivate, Rapid Intake, Adobe Presenter, PowerPoint and more). Specs: Files included: fla, psd, ppt, pptx, jpg, swf. Actionscript 2.0. On Sale for $1,500 (Sells separately for $2,670). These are PPT and Flash based templates that are super easy to update. Jeopardy Challenge. Golf Challenge.

Loan Officer Branching Conversation Simulation – Twitterpated with.

Twitterpated with Learning

created this simulation (and the rest of the course) using a combination of Adobe Flash CS5, ActionScript3, and XML.  All of the text and most of the simulation logic are contained in the XML, so it can be edited and translated without editing the published SWF. I’m going to write about the internal mechanics of this simulation in future post. You’ll need Flash Player 10.