Adobe Captivate: Fun and Games

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Of course, visuals can only get you so far which is why I love the ability to quickly add interactive objects, even games, via Captivate's Learning Interactions. Believe it or not, a memory game comes with Captivate. and you can deploy it with zero programming skills. To

Free Adobe Captivate 8 Template Scenario

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We are excited to announce our Free Adobe Captivate 8 Template Scenario. Adobe Captivate came out with a new update with new features that support mobile. Meaning you can design responsive mobile courses without any programming or coding skills. Adobe Captivate 8.

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Hot Fix for Adobe Captivate Game Templates

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It has been a few months since the release of Adobe Captivate 2017 and most people, by now, have had a chance to play with it and start looking at how the thousands of free assets provided by eLearning Brothers work with the new release – specifically Captivate Game Templates.

[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. With Captivate 8, you can do that. How Does GeoLocation Work in Adobe Captivate 8?

What’s New with Adobe Captivate 8

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Most of you may be wondering what are some of the new features to Adobe Captivate 8. Captivate 8 has made significant upgrades, improvements, and created brand new features never before used in any eLearning authoring tool. More Awesome Adobe Captivate 8 Upgrades.

[Video] How to Use Adobe Captivate Scenario Templates

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Need to learn how to use Adobe Captivate Scenario Templates? Take a moment to watch this video and increase your knowledge on how to use Adobe Captivate Scenario Templates. The video will cover Scenarios in Captivate blank projects or Adobe Captivate 7 templates only.

Adobe Captivate 2017 Review: What is Improved?

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Adobe’s new update for its most popular eLearning authoring tool, Captivate 2017 is released now! In our last blog, we have covered the new features of Adobe Captivate 2017. It is loaded with tons of new exciting features and enhancements!

Adobe Captivate Specialist

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Power up your professional profile and stand out with the industry-leading Adobe Captivate Specialist recognition. Learn from the best in the business how you can unlock the potential of Adobe Captivate to create brilliant eLearning courses. About the Program. The Adobe Captivate Specialist is a full-day certificate classroom program, delivered by top Adobe Captivate experts. Touring the Adobe Captivate interface.

Adobe Captivate 8 Tutorials

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Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials. Adobe Captivate 8.0.1. Adobe Captivate 8.

Making the Most of Adobe Captivate 2017’s WHILE Loop

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Adobe Captivate 2017 is packed with a ton of new features. WHILE conditions have been used in programming since… well, since there has been programming. The principle idea is to keep your program doing something while a condition exists.

Adobe Captivate 8: Custom Workspaces

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by Kevin Siegel      From a new user perspective, one of the major complaints about Adobe Captivate has always been its cluttered user interface. There are so many panels and toolbars in Captivate (and most are open and visible when the program starts), some people feel that the program is more difficult to learn than other tools like Articulate Storyline and TechSmith Camtasia Studio. 

Adobe Captivate: There's a Widget for That

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  Captivate is an awesome eLearning development tool, and it's loaded with functionality. However, Adobe simply cannot anticipate every scenario, every use-case you'll find for the program. Widgets extend Captivate's functionality beyond bounds.

Adobe Captivate: FMRs Rule?

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by Kevin Siegel    I've been teaching and developing with Adobe Captivate for years. The program has always been able to record Full Motion Recordings (FMRs). Those screen captures convert to single slides in a Captivate project once you end the recording session.

Adobe Captivate 9: Fixing the INI Error

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According to the post, you need to edit the AdobeCaptivate.ini file found within Captivate's application folder. It appears that Captivate sets some restricted permissions in the /Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Captivate 9 x64 folder. Adobe Captivate

Announcing Adobe Captivate Specialist Certification

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As a first time initiative, we are pleased to announce the launch of Adobe Captivate Specialist – a certification program from Adobe, set in an intense classroom training format followed by an online assessment, delivered by top Adobe Captivate experts.

Become an Adobe Captivate Specialist!

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The Adobe Captivate Specialist certificate program is back on popular demand. We brought to you the first instance of this program alongside the Adobe eLearning Conference earlier this year in Washington DC, and the event was a runaway success.

Stunning Free Update to Adobe Captivate 2019 Raises the Bar with Quick Start Projects & Productivity Enhancements

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The latest update to Adobe Captivate is out now, it is free to Captivate users who either own Adobe Captivate 2019 or are on a subscription plan, and it is chock full of fresh, sensational new features and resources. Adobe Captivate 2019: Update 2 Release Notes.

Adobe Captivate: Force Re-Publish

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by Kevin Siegel    One of the wonderful hidden advantages of using Captivate 5 and 5.5 over older versions of the program is the overall speed of the publishing process. With Captivate 5 (and 5.5), I've seen my publishing wait time lower by as much as 95%.

Adobe Captivate: Drag and Drop Interactions

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If you have always wanted to add drag and drop interactions within a Captivate project, but felt the technique was beyond your ability, think again. Adobe Captivate 7 not only allows you to add this kind of behavior, it's remarkably fast and easy (no programming required.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Getting Past the DPI Awareness Error

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Creating software simulations has always been one of Captivate's core strengths.   You can manually locate the AdobeCaptivate.ini file mentioned in the message by looking in the Adobe Captivate application folder.   First, close Captivate.

LMS Review: Adobe Captivate Prime

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Somehow I made it through more than 3 years without reviewing Adobe Captivate Prime LMS. Recently, several clients asked me about it by name, so I headed to the Adobe website for a first-hand look. I am impressed with the look, feel and functionality of Captivate Prime.

Adobe Captivate 8: Image Buttons to Write Home About

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by Kevin Siegel      Over the past few weeks I've been writing about the hot new features you'll find in Adobe Captivate 8 such as the  new, easier to use, interface  and  responsive projects. 6, or 7 to Captivate 8.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Branding Print Documentation

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One of Adobe Captivate's most often overlooked features is its ability to generate support documentation for your eLearning content. You can control which Captivate project assets appear in the Word document by selecting or deselecting items from among the check boxes at the right of the dialog box (Caption text, Slide Notes, etc.). You can edit the Word template found in Captivate’s PrintOutput folder prior to creating the output from Captivate.

Webinar Recording – Working with Images in Adobe Captivate

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We also look at the inbuilt Adobe Captivate editing functionality. Not only do we delve into editing images from within Adobe Captivate, but we explore using an outside image editing program, like Photoshop, or even MS Paint (I know there are fans out there.)

Adobe Captivate: Say Hello to Version 7

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How long was it between Adobe Captivate 5 and 6? Adobe has promised a more aggressive upgrade cycle for its programs that will make even the recent upgrade cycles look almost snail-like. Case in point: version 7 of the Captivate software was released today. Top features to be found in Adobe Captivate 7: Drag-and-drop Components Make eLearning fun with drag-and-drop games, quizzes, and lessons that can run on desktops and mobile devices (such as the iPad).

Tab Order for Interactive Objectives in Adobe Captivate

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This blog will explain improved compliance support by specifying the tab order for interactive objectives in Adobe Captivate. Screen readers are programs designed to navigate through a website. Interactive Objectives in Adobe Captivate.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Control the Startup Screen for a Published Project

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Not all that long ago controlling what learners see first in Adobe Captivate published eLearning content was as simple as creating a visually-appealing first slide in the project. However, He has been recognized by Adobe as one of the top trainers world-wide

2 New Geolocation Templates for Adobe Captivate 9

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Adobe Captivate 9 has the capability of using a learner’s geographic location to tailor certain aspects of the course to them. Geo-Location: Captivate Scenario. But clever programming allows Captivate to switch up the aesthetics based on the user’s location.

Adobe Captivate: Smart Shapes as Interactive Buttons

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Text Captions and Buttons are the most common kinds of standard objects added to Captivate slides. Over the years, Captivate developers have had little control over the look of both Text Captions and Buttons. Smart Shapes were introduced in Adobe Captivate 6.

Integrate Adobe Connect with Adobe Captivate Prime

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Trigger: Creating content for training programs within Adobe Captivate Prime requires suitable software. Adobe Connect is the default tool that Adobe Captivate Prime is paired with to create a variety of training content. The Adobe Connect Admin Email.

ADOBE CAPTIVATE: Branding Print Documentation

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One of Adobe Captivate’s most often overlooked features is its ability to generate support documentation for your eLearning content. You can edit the Word template found in Captivate’s PrintOutput folder prior to creating the output from Captivate.

Adobe Captivate 2019 vs. Windows 10: The Battle Continues

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Recently there have been some discussions about Adobe Captivate 2019 and Windows 10’s inability to interact properly with one another. Adobe Captive 2019 fails to launch. These issues have also been known to occur in previous versions 9 and 2017 of Adobe Captivate.

FREE Alternative to Adobe Captivate

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could get all of the functionality of Adobe Captivate without the hefty $700+ price tag? Well, now you (almost) can with this free alternative to Adobe Captivate for e-Learning development.

Adobe Captivate & eLearning: Screen Reader Best Practices

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Screen readers are programs designed to allow visually impaired learners to navigate through a website or eLearning lesson by reading the content aloud. As you create eLearning projects in Captivate, you can certainly add accessibility, but you cannot control how a screen reader interprets the accessible components you add to any one lesson. Adobe has invested significant resources into Captivate to ensure the lessons you create have the capability of being compliant.

Adobe Captivate: Fastest Cleaned Prefs in the West

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Adobe Captivate, like most computer programs, can behave poorly. I've found that when Captivate gets sluggish on my computer or crashes, it's because I've got too many applications running and not enough resources. Looking for training on Adobe Captivate?