Over 500,000 Stock Images, Audio, and Videos for eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Over 500,000 stock images, graphics, videos, motion graphics, sound effects, and music loops. Stock Images. Stock images to use in your internal and external courses. Stock Audio. Bring your courses to life with audio clips. The post Over 500,000 Stock Images, Audio, and Videos for eLearning appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Here’s a huge announcement from eLearning Brothers! We are offering a new stock asset library for eLearning.

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How to Record Your Own Audio Narration

Rapid eLearning

In e-learning software like Storyline 360 and Rise 360 you can record (or import) audio narration into your courses. Since many e-learning developers tend to produce all media that belongs in the course, recording audio narration usually is one of those responsibilities.

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Placeholder Images: Do They Help or Hurt in an eLearning Storyboard?

Association eLearning

At about the same time, in an equally close place, another frustrated reviewer tried to visualize a course based on only three columns of written descriptions: audio, onscreen visuals, and interactivity. It would be great if final images could be used during the storyboarding phase, but that’s rarely possible. Placeholder images help people visualize what a course is supposed to look like and how it’s laid out. Placeholder Images Can Accidentally.

eLearning Brothers Breaks into the Stock Photo, Video and Audio World

eLearning Brothers

AMERICAN FORK, Utah — November 17, 2014 — eLearning Brothers today announced that it will offer over 500,000 stock photos, graphics, vectors, videos and audio files to the training and development community. “One thing that really differentiates this offering is that our customers don’t have to worry about complex licensing models that charge extra if an image is used incorrectly.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

audio elements, including your voice. accurately describe images on first sight. provide processing on video and audio content. Google AI Blog (2014), ‘A picture is worth a thousand (coherent) words: building a natural description of images’ 4 Give Your Video.

How to Add 360 Image in Articulate Storyline 360

Swift eLearning Services

Articulate Storyline 360 has added a new feature known as 360° images [Beta] which allow the eLearning developers to add 360° images in Storyline. With this feature learner can navigate through the image in all the directions and explore by clicking markers and hotspots.

Background audio

Adobe Captivate

I know about Audio->import to->object/slide/background, but does anyone know of a way to add audio to a slide which is independent of the timeline. The background audio is playing cafe sounds e.g. the murmur of people in the background and coffee being made. Each character’s speech audio is attached to their respective speech bubbles. The problem is when the slide reaches the pause command in the advanced action, this also stops the background audio.

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3 Audio Tweaks

Adobe Captivate

Last week I answered several questions about audio on the forums with pretty simple workflows Maybe you will like them? Trick 1: Audio when hovering over a (shape) button. Quite a while ago I explained what I mean by an ‘Audio Object’ It is a shape or a highlight box, which you make invisible to the user by changing the stroke width to 0 and set the Alpha for the Fill to 0 as well, but attach audio to that object. Trick 3: Audio in states. Intro.

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Using Images and Audio in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

So, as we try to create more engaging and creative courses we are using more images, animations, and audio. Images. Ruth’s article sites research that shows an increase in learning of almost 89% in courses with images. Tips to image efficiency: Irrelevant or gratuitous images actually depress learning. Images and related text should be placed close to each other on the screen. Audio. Audio should be used in those situations.

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Captivate 2019 VR image I can add text, image, audio can I add a video?

Adobe Captivate

to work with 360 images. Easy to add hotspots for text, images and audio. A five questions: 1) My question is can I add a video into a 360 image? 2) Can I import 360 video into your interactive videos section (or into a VR still image for that matter)? 3) Can I resize the 360 image? 4) How do I get rid of that “Player” bar on the bottom of the 360 image project? Couple of questions on Captivate 2019.

Quiz Tweak 3: Play Audio/Object Audio

Adobe Captivate

In a first Tweak post I explained how to replace text feedback messages by images. Both types of messages can have audio attached to it, it will be Object audio. In the second tweak post I explained how you can cope with Slide audio: learner has to listen to it before the Submit button appears, to enter an answer. Slide audio is necessary when you want to use the Closed Captioning feature of Captivate. Play Audio. Alternative for Slide audio.

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Tip of the Week: Need images for buttons such as Start, Submit and Audio?

Raptivity

raptivity images Raptivity Interactions

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Adobe Captivate: Object Level Audio Management

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        When adding audio to a Captivate project, you can add audio in a couple of different ways. For instance, you can import audio directly to a project's background or onto a slide. In the image below, audio was added to a few slides. You can easily tell that audio has been added to a slide via the audio icon in the lower right of the slide. Some of the objects include audio.

Adobe Captivate: Object Level Audio Management

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        When adding audio to a Captivate project, you can add audio in a couple of different ways. For instance, you can import audio directly to a project's background or onto a slide. In the image below, audio was added to a few slides. You can easily tell that audio has been added to a slide via the audio icon in the lower right of the slide. Some of the objects include audio.

When to Use Background Audio in E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

Background audio is not as common as it once was in e-learning. Also, with mobile technology (and some limitations playing multiple audio tracks) it may create some problems playing the way you intend it. However, there are times where background audio makes sense.

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The Role of eLearning Images in Visual Learning

eLearning Brothers

eLearning images are an oft overlooked component of a good course. An image anchors a concept in a way that words often can’t. While text forces you to create an image in your brain from scratch, introducing a picture gives us a jumping-off point, showing us a tangible concept which can be instantly grasped and further explored through text or audio. For many of the same reasons above, a good image can also increase a learner’s comprehension and recall.

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Learning Interactions and Audio

Adobe Captivate

A question posted recently is at the base of this short post: “a way to stop the main slide audio when a tab on the interaction is clicked” I pointed to an older blog where you can find some tips for using learning interactions, about their limitations etc. The audio referred to in the question was slide audio, the used Learning interaction was Tabs. Audio Problem. That interaction allows to add audio to a button, which is object audio.

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Adding text or an image along with audio to a hotspot in VR 360

Adobe Captivate

Hi, I have created 5 hotspot in VR 360 and on click I have given action as display image and in options tab added audio to each hotspot. when I publish the project all the audios play at once. but the expected out put was the audio and image should be triggered only when the hotspot is clicked. The post Adding text or an image along with audio to a hotspot in VR 360 appeared first on eLearning.

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Uses for Audio in eLearning

Integrated Learnings

First, the audio narration slowed me down. Second, the images on the screen were not instructional. So, while the course avoided the mistake of reading text that appears on the screen (which we know can hinder comprehension), the many images that animated onto the screen throughout the course seemed to be more decorative than meaningful. So when is audio worthwhile? It also got me thinking more concretely about instances where audio does make sense for learning.

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eLearning: The Role of Images

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Images are an often overlooked component of a good eLearning course. Sadly, when images are added to eLearning, they often have little to do with the content being presented or, just as sad, are of poor quality. But consider this: people process information presented in an image far faster than text. An image anchors a concept in a way that words often can't. by Sean Stoker    Are the slides that make up your eLearning lessons text-heavy?

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Designing Elearning without Audio

The Learning Dispatch

Here are some ways to construct elearning without audio. Who doesn’t love audio narration in elearning? Yet audio can be difficult, for both the learner and the training program. Learners need to have an environment where they can play the audio through speakers; or find headphones to plug in. In addition, audio can significantly increase production time and cost. So what are the options if you decide to rely on an approach that doesn’t use audio?

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Can I Import Audio in Bulk?

Yukon Learning

Once you have the audio files for an entire e-Learning on hand, however, you may wonder if there’s a way to streamline the process of incorporating it. We love using it for “scratch” or placeholder audio during initial development and reviews.) We’ll toggle to Audio.

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eLEARNING DEVELOPMENT: Audio, Text, or Both?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Should there be less text but more images? Should there be voiceover audio combined with text and images? In fact, the study says that most people learn best with a combination of audio and visual. Why Developers Don’t Record Their Own Audio. If you agree that combining voiceover audio, text, and images leads to the most effective eLearning, why is it that people don’t include voiceover audio? by Kelly Barett, COTP.

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Accessories for Recording Audio Narration

Rapid eLearning

In a previous post, we explored some inexpensive microphones for recording audio narration. There are other accessories that help put the microphone in the correct position and offer other assistance for recording the best quality audio. In this post we’ll look at a few accessories to help get better audio quality when recording narration. Use a Microphone Stand when Recording Audio Narration. It helps control placement of the audio.

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Why Video and Image Accessibility Matters with Ryan Knott

TechSmith Camtasia

Perhaps there are external noises interfering with how well you can hear the video, you’re watching a video in a language that you’re not native in, or if you want greater clarity on the audio or speech. How to make images more accessible.

Let the image dance for your tunes… Image Slideshows with audio using Adobe Captivate 5.5

Adobe Captivate

One of my favorite feature in Audio Editing dialog is, starting the next slide at a specific location at the audio waveform… just have to click ‘Select next slide at the cursor position’ button or simply press Ctrl+S or Cmd+S. audio Captivate Captivate 5 captivate training Ease of use rapid elearning authoring tools

Hotspots for a 2D image – worfklow 1

Adobe Captivate

Since CP2019 is released, with the hotspots for 360 images and videos in a VR project or a normal project, I see the same question appearing regularly: why cannot we have that feature for a 2D image? Replace the image. You can choose any shape or create a custom shape (here I used just a circle), you can fil it with any color from your Theme Colors as solid color or in a gradient (I used a gradient) or even fill the shape with any image.

My Favorite Microphones for Recording Audio Narration

Rapid eLearning

While I’ve covered audio recording tips and tricks in the past, one of the most frequent questions I’m still asked is about microphones. I’ll have to admit, I’m no audio pro and I’m also a bit less dogmatic about audio quality than some elearning developers. My main goal is to get decent sounding audio without a lot of post-production. Simple Audio Recording Tips. You want to record the best audio quality you can initially.

What You Need to Know to Get the Best Audio

TechSmith Camtasia

Audio Best Practices. Nothing turns off viewers faster than a video with bad audio. Unless you have a higher end camera that has a built-in shotgun mic, you are going to want consider recording audio separately from your video. They do a great job of picking up only the audio that is close by. Selecting an Audio Recorder. So you’ve picked out your microphone and now you need a recorder to capture the audio. Most audio recorders use XLR or ?”

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PowerPoint 2007 & 2010: How to Extract Audio & Images from a Presentation

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Often the presentation is given to you as a.ppt or.pptx file and does not have separate audio or image files. While there is no way from within PowerPoint to directly extract audio and image files from a presentation, there is a workaround. All of the sound and image files used in the presentation will be inside this folder. Check back next week for an alternate method for extracting audio and images in PowerPoint. by AJ George.

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PowerPoint 2007 & 2010: How to Extract Audio & Images from a Presentation, Part II

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Last week I showed you an easy way to extract audio and image files from a presentation. Included inside the folder are all of the audio and image files used in the presentation. Included inside the folder are all of the audio and image files used in the presentation. by AJ George. The problem with that method is that it only works on files created in PowerPoint 2007 or 2010.

12 eLearning Audio and Video Tools

DigitalChalk eLearning

When creating an online course, you often need to capture a live video, audio, or screen recording. We’ve narrowed it down to 12 great eLearning audio and video tools to help you get started easily. Fine-tune every cut and transition, edit color and audio, and fix shaky video. Chirbit is a useful and fun tool that enables you to record, upload, and share your voice or audio files easily. The post 12 eLearning Audio and Video Tools appeared first on.

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Hotspots for a 2D Image – workflow 2 (close button/lightbox)

Adobe Captivate

A week ago I published a first showcase , explaining how to replicate the hotspot workflow for VR projects on a 2D image. This second article about using hotspots for a 2D image is not duplicating as closely that same feature: instead of showing the popups for a duration defined by the developer, this workflow will offer a close button for the popups. I used the same image (welcome screen) and content for the popups as i the first workflow. Intro.

Tips for Audio in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Audio and narration are great ways to enhance e-Learning. All too often we forget that eLearning can also have audio. Not just narration but also sound effects that emphasize and support the text/images/animations. They provided a great paper on “ Best Practices in eLearning Audio “ Keep it in focus. Tags: Featured Instructional Design Tips & Tricks audio eLearning best practices

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Screenshot Video: How to Turn Images Into a Quick Video

TechSmith Camtasia

Don’t get me wrong, there are still a lot of great reasons to do traditional screen recordings, but if you want something a little more polished AND that takes some of the pressure off of making it perfect, then Snagit’s new ability to create video from images can be a lifesaver.

Top 15 Websites to Get Free Stock Images

learnWorlds

Images, videos, infographics, and other media-related material are amongst the most important elements your site should include. Stock photography refers to the online sources of images that are available for downloading by individual people and companies.

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Rollover image/text caption

Adobe Captivate

I opened a responsive project and wanted to create a sort of ‘thing-link’ that will basically allow the viewer to hover over an item in a single slide-image and receive either a link to another page, action to move on to another slide, text description, or audio. I thought of also using a widget, but those are specific buttons that aren’t already included in my image. The post Rollover image/text caption appeared first on eLearning.

Adobe Captivate: Replacing PowerPoint Slides But Keeping the Audio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The developer had imported a 60-slide PowerPoint presentation into Captivate and then added audio to each of the Filmstrip slides. In this instance, he was given a completely different presentation (the same audio was going to be used, but each slide visual was going to change). The bottom line is he didn't have to start over again and was able to reuse all of the imported audio files. Even though you deleted the slides, the audio files are still in the Library.

Audio in eLearning.What Is Your Vote?

Integrated Learnings

Do you include audio narration in the eLearning lessons you develop? I was working on a project several weeks ago where the team debated whether to include audio narration in a series of eLearning lessons. To start with the obvious, listening to an audio narration would likely appeal to those with an auditory learning style. So it seems that audio narration would be beneficial for the visual learner too. Why might audio be worthwhile? By Shelley A. Gable.

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Tips for Audio in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Audio and narration are great ways to enhance e-Learning. All too often we forget that eLearning can also have audio. Not just narration but also sound effects that emphasize and support the text/images/animations. They provided a great paper on “ Best Practices in eLearning Audio “ Keep it in focus. Tags: Featured Instructional Design Tips & Tricks eLearning audio eLearning best practices

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