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Download Adobe Captivate Example Courses

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Looking for Captivate example courses to feed your creativity? Elearning developers need ways to optimize Adobe Captivate, and get more creative inspiration. So, where can you go to get Captivate example courses with source files to download? The Adobe Captivate blog is the place go. You can find the latest source files here: Captivate Example Courses.

Adobe Captivate: System Time Variables

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by Lori Smith    Last week I showed you Captivate's date variables.   Specifically, I am going to address the variables listed in the table below using 2:15 PM and 32 seconds as my example.    Looking to learn Adobe Captivate? We offer several  Captivate classes.

Captivate 8 Custom Motion Effect Example

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I created a Captivate activity with a custom effect using motion and scaling to animate two cars driving away to the horizon. Lieve says these Effects and Advanced Actions don’t play well in Captivate 8, so she prefers to build these sorts of effects in Adobe Edge Animate. The roads are built with Smart Shapes directly in Captivate. Apply the custom effect.

Product Review – Adobe Captivate Prime LMS

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Adobe Captivate Prime brings forth a modern UI, along with a simple UX (user experience), but along the way misses the boat on several items that leaves one wondering why? FTP overnights for the HRIS system or HR database – Captivate Prime learns it on the first upload (I did not test this – this is according to Adobe). In this example, you will see how the timeline works. 

Controlling Captivate – Pause IT!

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Welcome to another installment of Controlling Captivate. Let’s go over a couple of examples: Recently on the Adobe and LinkedIn Captivate forums, questions have been. Captivate eLearning Uncategorized Widget In this short post we’re going to show you a simple widget that will pause the last slide or all of your slides automatically. Why do you need this widget?

Download Adobe Captivate sample Rapid eLearning Course modules

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Looking for some examples to feed your creativity, help you learn more about how Adobe Captivate works, or just to add inspiration to your New Year? Look no further. I’ve added the big yellow download button to the sidebar of the Captivate blog so you can find the latest downloadable source demos. Documentation eLearning Suite eLearning this week Extending Captivate How do I. Rapid Authoring Rapid eLearning Technical Support Training and Tutorials Under the hood Whats new Adobe Captivate 5 Adobe Captivate 5.5 You’ll find them [.].

Adobe Captivate 8: Geolocation

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For instance, you can create a Captivate project for learners who live in the United States or Australia. While much of the course content is relevant to both Americans and Australians, thanks to Captivate's geolocation feature, learners in both countries will see unique, location-specific, information while taking the same course. In a word, that's awesome!

[Video] How to Use GeoLocation in Adobe Captivate 8

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I’d like to talk about a new feature in the Adobe Captivate 8 release that just came out. Thanks to the Adobe Captivate 8 update, this is now possible. Here is how it works: for example, if you were making an international sales course. With Captivate 8, you can do that. How Does GeoLocation Work in Adobe Captivate 8? Using GeoLocation in Adobe Captivate 8.

6 Responsive eLearning Design Tips for Adobe Captivate 8

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As you may know, when using Adobe Captivate 8, you can design for responsive courses to adapt to the device or the devices you are using. You’ll find Adobe Captivate has three breakpoints for desktop, tablet, and mobile. In Captivate, every responsive project will allow you to use the gesture configurations for mobile design. You can do this in Adobe Captivate 8. In

Adobe Announces Captivate 8: The Most Significant Release Yet

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Since its last release in June 2013, Adobe Captivate 8 leapfrogs the current paradigm of eLearning development and addresses the needs of today’s eLearning developer with it’s all new mobile responsive design. This release also makes Adobe Captivate 8 the first responsive design tool for interactive application development. Overview of What’s New with Captivate 8?

How to Trigger Captivate Advanced Actions with Javascript

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In Adobe Captivate, I would create a variable named ‘isLocked’ and set it to true. My solution for Captivate 9 responsive projects requires just a little setup in the course and only two lines of JavaScript. You can play with this example here. In this example, I am naming it ‘isHighFiving’ with an initial value of ‘no’. Some tools make it easier than others. One

Adobe Captivate: Six Ways to Use Voiceover Scripts

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Let's say for example that your eLearning project will be developed in Adobe Captivate. Captivate allows you to type--or copy and paste--the script into Slide Notes, similar to the slide notes you might be familiar with in PowerPoint. Since Captivate comes with several high-quality computerized voices from NeoSpeech, this is a viable option.

How to Use Customized Adobe Captivate 8 Buttons

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Adobe Captivate 8 provides four different ways for you to integrate buttons into your training. Let’s learn more about these four ways and then talk about how to use customized buttons: Text Buttons – This is the default option for buttons in Captivate 8. Here is my seven-step process for inserting customized buttons into Captivate: 1. For example: button_up.png.

4 New Adobe Captivate Drag and Drop Templates

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We’ve been hard at work on some Captivate templates that you can use to indulge your learners’ human desire for order. Take a look at these brand new Adobe Captivate drag and drop templates. The example used is quite simplistic, but with a little Captivate knowhow, you can replace this graphic with one of your own. Our human minds crave order. Steps. Process.

Adobe Captivate: Jumping to Named Slides

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For example, in the image below, the Play Lesson button has been set to Jump to slide 3 in the project. Looking to learn Captivate quickly? IconLogic offers multiple live, online Adobe Captivate 6 classes each month including  Introduction to Adobe Captivate and Advanced Adobe Captivate. by Kevin Siegel.

Adobe Captivate 6: Branch Aware

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Branch Aware is new in Captivate 6. For example, consider that a project contains a quiz that branches into two modules that in turn contain a quiz.     Looking to learn Captivate quickly? We teach two live, online Captivate 6 classes.    Adobe Captivate Essentials  and  Adobe Captivate Beyond the Essentials (Advanced).

Adobe Captivate: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

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by Kevin Siegel. A few years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. Fast forward to a recent online Advanced Captivate class that included students from South America, Australia, and Canada.In What Does Captivate do to be Section 508 Compliant? Tips for Creating 508-compliant Adobe Captivate SWF Files. shutdown. Buttons.

Helpful Tip: Interactive Video in Adobe Captivate 8

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Before we discuss interactive video in Adobe Captivate 8, we need to discuss a little bit about HTML5 video. And where it is possible, Captivate does not yet support such a feature. Now, while Captivate doesn’t support cue points specifically, it does have the advantage of allowing you to place a video on the actual Captivate timeline as “synchronized” video.

The 3 Best New Features of Captivate 8

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We’d like to quickly you our favorite features of Captivate 8. So, because of this great new tool, we think it would be a great to cover the best new features of Captivate 8. Of course, if you have been reading the Adobe Captivate blog , you know the big deal this update is for the industry. This is a common question for a lot of new Captivate 8 users.)

Adobe Captivate 9: Altered States

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  I'm happy to report that Adobe Captivate 9 now supports multiple states, allowing you to develop interactive content easily without using multiple objects or the "hide and show" technique mentioned above.     Here's a simple example of how easy it is to use states. Looking for training or help with Adobe Captivate?

Captivate 8: Working with Text-to-Speech and Voices

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An earlier post on this blog offers Adobe Captivate Example Courses for download. Toward the end of that post is a quick mention and “how to” on Captivate’s text-to-speech functionality. Recently a question came up in one of the help forums: “How do I install the Captivate 8 TTS voices?” restart Captivate, and those voice options should appear.

Adobe Captivate: Replacing Modified Styles

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During my advanced Adobe Captivate class , I stress the value in doing things faster and more efficiently within Captivate. Take formatting objects as an example. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate? IconLogic offers multiple live, online Adobe Captivate classes each month including Introduction to Adobe Captivate and Advanced Adobe Captivate.

A Fresh Choice of Captivate Templates

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What do you do when you’re looking for a fresh look to your latest Adobe Captivate course? Take a look at the over 300 eLearning templates we provide in the Assets section of Adobe Captivate 9, of course! Out of the over 40 different layout templates, we wanted to highlight a Fresh one just for you that has a few additional Captivate templates to match it. No problem.

Adobe Captivate 6: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

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by Kevin Siegel    Several years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. I was surprised that the Canadian government had not addressed the issue of compliance (compliance is often a requirement in the United States), but I skipped the section as requested. What Does Captivate do to be Section 508 Compliant? Slide accessibility text.

Instructional Design for Responsive Projects in Captivate 8

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Responsive projects in Captivate 8 offer the ability to design and publish responsive mobile projects in a way we haven’t seen in the past. What Does Responsive Projects in Captivate 8 Mean? Designing Custom Screens in Captivate 8. Each screen within the template is set up for the “primary” dimensions of a default Captivate responsive project file (1024×627).

Adobe Captivate: Text Entry That Sticks Around

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Fortunately, you can insert multiple text entry boxes onto a single Captivate slide. Here are your steps to success: Insert a new slide in a Captivate project, and then set the slide Timing to  4  seconds. In my example, I did not Validate the User Input so I deselected all of the options. The video was created using Captivate's Video Demonstration mode.

Soft Skills / Scenario Based Training Full Source Example for #AdobeCaptivate

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Together we conceived and created a very cool soft skills training module using Adobe Captivate called ‘Quarantine.’ A few months ago I began working with a very talented team of developers from eLearning Brothers. ’ Quarantine is a scenario based / soft skills training module designed to teach new officers at a prisoner of war camp [.].

Adobe Captivate 6: Instant Answer Feedback

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In the example above, when Bob answered my question incorrectly, but then received the correct answer, learning occurred for Bob (and anyone else who was listening to the exchange). One solution lies with Captivate's ability to provide an explanation as to why an answer is right or wrong (above and beyond the standard correct/incorrect captions that most developers use).

Adobe Captivate 7: Quiz Not Scoring Correctly? Think Advanced. Check Your Interaction!

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by Kevin Siegel          Here's an interesting scenario: You create a Captivate project that contains 12 slides: 10 question slides, each worth 10 points, and two "transitional" slides containing simple navigation buttons. You have a five-question Captivate project. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate? Simple.

Captivate Templates

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Announcing…Captivate 5 Templates! Use our Captivate screen layouts and master slides to quickly build stunning online content. These Captivate Templates are a perfect addition to your eLearning toolbox. Available for Captivate 5 and 5.5 Check out the Captivate Templates ! Sample Layouts and Themes. eLearning Featured captivate elearning templates

Safely Integrate These Five Captivate Templates

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We here at eLearning Brothers have a wide selection of Captivate templates to use as a backdrop for your next safety course. In the example above, we are shown the death count of those on the job—and how it happened—by year. The post Safely Integrate These Five Captivate Templates appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Safety first! Layout. Course Starter. Slider. Dragger.

Adobe Captivate 7 - Now or Later?

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These days, Adobe is the software vendor I''m using the most. I use the Adobe Master Suite and Adobe Captivate for many of my projects. So when Adobe Captivate 7 was released, I was eager to unwrap the gift. The new release is the same Adobe Captivate you already know. If you are familiar with Captivate 5 and 6, it will be an easy transition to Captivate 7. It allows them to use a tool they are familiar with to lay out content and simply import it into Captivate. Are you an Adobe Captivate user? Will you upgrade to Captivate 7 now or later?

Adobe Captivate: A Font Frenzy

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by Kevin Siegel    I received the following from fellow Captivate developer  Johan Van Eeden. It seems Johan ran into some nasty font issues on his computer that totally derailed Captivate. Hi Kevin, I recently sent you some information about a Captivate problem that I experienced:  Soon after the green Captivate splash screen appears, the program freezes.    The problem of Captivate hanging up on start-up is, according to the Adobe forums, one that is encountered quite a bit with versions 4, 5, and 5.5." " UPDATE.

Tips for Importing from PowerPoint to Captivate

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Adobe Captivate does a great job of integrating with PowerPoint and converting slides to an e-learning format. Captivate can bring in backgrounds, text, images, and even animations and timings. Just open Captivate and choose to create a new project from Microsoft PowerPoint. Captivate takes a moment to analyze the file and then presents you with several options.

10 Things Adobe gets Right about Mobile Learning with Captivate 8 [Review]

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Articulate for example has gone the native app route for deploying learning projects to tablets and HTML5 for smartphones like the iPhone and the Moto X. And this is why in my humble opinion, the future of mobile learning design looks brighter for Adobe, and I see Captivate 8 as a great first step toward this vision. really like how the Captivate team implemented this functionality!

Adobe Captivate 6: Question Slide Partial Scores

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One of the problems with a multiple choice question you've added to a Captivate quiz is the all or nothing aspect of the question. Say hello to the Partial Score feature in Adobe Captivate 6.  In the question slide that I used for this example, the question was worth 10 points. Looking to learn Captivate quickly? teach two live, online Captivate 6 classes. 

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How to Merge Your Captivate Projects Into One Course

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Let’s discuss how to merge your Adobe Captivate course, or in other words, adding several courses into one mega awesome super-course! This idea is basically aggregating previously designed Captivate courses and adding them to the Table of Contents (TOC), so works as one course. Below is how to merge your Captivate projects into one course: 1. Set up TOC. Enjoy!

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Adobe Captivate 6: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

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by Kevin Siegel    Several years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. I was surprised that the Canadian government had not addressed the issue of compliance (compliance is often a requirement in the United States), but I skipped the section as requested. What Does Captivate do to be Section 508 Compliant? Slide accessibility text.

Adobe Captivate: Slow Down Your Speech Agent

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by Kevin Siegel      Using Captivate's Text to Speech feature allows you to quickly convert written text to voiceover audio.     For example, if you want a Speech Agent to say  I am an awesome person , all that you would normally have to do is write the text in the Notes window, click the  TTS  check box and then click  Text to Speech. And if you'd like to learn more Captivate, Presenter, or Storyline, we've got a  great collection of live, online classes for you.  It's an awesome feature.

Adobe Captivate: Apply Your Changes

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  Let's take just one group on the Properties panel as an example. The  Transform  group (Captivate 5.5) or  Position and Size  group (Captivate 5) contains options that will not be found in the Object Style Manager when you create or edit a style.   Looking to learn Captivate quickly? Have you been a good developer? Read on.

An Adobe Captivate Advanced Actions Interaction Example

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One of the cool things about Adobe Captivate is that you can actually develop more complex interactions using the Advanced Actions feature. This post is for users with a fair amount of experience in Captivate and it presumes you have some experience using most of Captivate’s features. I got a call the other day from [.]. eLearning Suite eLearning this week Extending Captivate How do I. Rapid Authoring Training and Tutorials Under the hood Whats new "Elearning authoring tools" Adobe Captivate Adobe Captivate 5 Adobe Captivate 5 training Adobe Captivate 5.5

Creating Pop-up Text in Adobe Captivate 5.5

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Check out this  awesome example  of how to use Advanced Actions to create some nifty pop-up information in a Captivate lesson. especially like the way the lesson makes full use of Captivate's Full Motion Recording and Panning features. Adobe's Technical Communication Suite Captivate eLearning

Adobe Captivate: Partial Question Slide Scores

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by Kevin Siegel      One of the problems with a multiple choice question you've added to a Captivate quiz is the all or nothing aspect of the question. Say hello to the Partial Score feature available in Adobe Captivate 6 and 7.    In the question slide that I used for this example, the question was worth 10 points. Need the training in-person? We

Adobe Captivate 6: One Quick Way to Purge Unsupported HTML5 Objects

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by Kevin Siegel    I wrote about the HTML5 output option available in Adobe Captivate 6 a  few months ago. also noted that while most features you can add to a Captivate project will work when published as HTML5, not all features are supported. For example, Rollover Captions, Rollover Images and SWF animations are not HTML5 compliant.

Location Aware Learning: Example with complete source files for the Australia Zoo App

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One of the most compelling new features in Adobe Captivate 8 is the ability to create location based learning, thanks to the added support for Geolocation. In this article I’ll describe my most recent adventure creating a simple location based learning example at the Australia Zoo, just outside of Brisbane. spent the last week […].

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