How To Edit Video: Reducing File Size

TechSmith Camtasia

Video file size can be tricky and the concept of reducing video file size has many technical variables associated with it. Video Format and File Type. **If There are many different video formats you could export your finished video into. FLV (Flash Video Format).

Basic Features Your Next Multimedia Authoring Tool Must Have

CommLab India

Audio Capabilities: A successful eLearning course takes different learning styles (kinesthetic, audio, visual) into consideration. In this respect, you would need a tool with audio capabilities. Trigger audio in interactions. Set audio quality. Custom navigation .

Important Features of an Ideal Rapid Authoring Tool

CommLab India

Audio capabilities. The use of audio plays an important role in the effectiveness of the online course. The eLearning Guild reported that authoring tool users were seeking a few audio capabilities in authoring tools such as: Embedding audio files. Setting audio quality.

20+ eLearning Tools and Resources

DigitalChalk eLearning

Whether you are looking for a SCORM, audio, or video application, let us help! With iSpring Solutions, you can easily and quickly publish PowerPoint presentations to web-based formats and build adaptive flash-based quizzes and surveys. You can create high-quality product demos with the capture-as-a-video workflow. Audio. With Audacity, record live audio, cut, copy, or mix sounds together, change the speed or pitch of a recording, and more. Video.

Award Nominee Reveals His eLearning Authoring Toolkit [Guest Post]

eLearning Weekly

I’ve also used Audacity , a free audio creation and editing tool, as well as various video encoding and editing tools. It allows the user to include audio, simple interactive animations, quizzes, and flash video. If you don’t need the SCORM encoding, another option is iSpring , a free tool that will convert a PowerPoint to flash video.

Adobe shows off Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite

Steve Howard

Custom user variables Another exciting things RJ showed us was custom variables in Adobe Captivate. He demonstrated adding a login screen to a Captivate project, saving the user name in a custom variable, and then reusing the variable later in the project to personalize the user experience. The really cool thing about these new drawing tools is that they we can add captions to them – so we could build flow charts or other diagrams with our custom captions.

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