PowerPoint 2007: Converting Presentations to Movies

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I am frequently asked if it is possible to convert PowerPoint presentations into movies that can be shared on websites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook. However, there is a workaround if you have Windows Movie Maker  on your system (most computers using Windows do have the program by default).   The following steps show how to convert a presentation into a movie.   Using PowerPoint, open the presentation you would like to convert into a movie.

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Can ‘Movie Based e-Learning’ be the Future of Video Based e-Learning?

G-Cube

The next is about going up a level on the production of learning videos and creating Movie-based Learning. No more same formal videos, but action packed “Learning Movies” to impact the learners can be the next big thing in the world of e-Learning. How Movie Based Learning & Why is it going to be different? With a movie, it is not only the content that is transmitted, but experiences of all kinds. Challenges of Movie-based Learning. Why Movie-based Learning.

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Audio-Video Sync in Captivate published movie

Adobe Captivate

Audio makes your elearning content more engaging and useful to learners. You can add audio to your Adobe Captivate project either by recording yours or somebody else’s voice directly or by inserting a previously recorded audio file (.AVI,WAV). When you add audio to a slide, it appears as a separate ‘element’ in the timeline. You can synchronize the audio with the slide by adjusting its timeline.

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Press Play: 5 Tips for Writing Audio Scripts

SweetRush

Do you want to write blockbuster audio scripts that will make stars of your on-screen characters and have your audience reaching for popcorn and hoping for a sequel? If you’re already visualizing your acceptance speech, keep reading for our top five tips for writing audio scripts.

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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? Contrary to what you are used to read in my blog, this is a short article, there is no example movie. Trick 1: Audio when hovering over a (shape) button. The audio (Cymbals) will only play when hovering over the button. Trick 2: avoiding overlapping audio on quiz slide. Object audio is attached to the Feedback messages. Intro.

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Create an Old Time Movie Effect with Camtasia Studio 8

TechSmith Camtasia

In this tutorial, I’ll discuss ways to gather clips and media to create an old time movie effect. I’ll also show you how to use Camtasia Studio to build and produce your Old Time movie. Here is a sample old time movie made with Camtasia Studio: [link]. Here is a link to the old time movie project. You can download the project zip file, import the zip file from within Camtasia Studio, and practice making your own old time movie.

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PowerPoint 2007: Adding Voiceover Narration to Presentations Converted to Movies

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Last week I detailed how to turn a PowerPoint 2007 presentation into a movie that could be uploaded to popular video sharing sites like YouTube.      If you wanted to add voiceover narration to the movie, however, you may have run into a bit of a problem--there is only one row in the Windows Movie Maker timeline for audio.   Open the.wmv file in Windows Movie Maker. You are now ready to upload your movie to a video sharing site.

Audio Best Practices

TechSmith Camtasia

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 picked out your microphone and now you need a recorder to capture the audio. Recording Audio. Have you ever seen those clap boards on movie sets?

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Don’t Ransack My Movies (DRM): Options Around Securing Online Video

Web Courseworks

Many free software applications that are created for legitimate purposes, such as recording computer tutorials, can also be used to capture a video (along with its audio) that is playing on the monitor. The post Don’t Ransack My Movies (DRM): Options Around Securing Online Video appeared first on Web Courseworks. Have you invested a heap of money and sweat into creating videos for users of your LMS?

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Using Lectora to Sync Audio

Integrated Learnings

Most multimedia developers are familiar with audio timing in frame based applications like Adobe Flash and other movie editing software. This concept is a little different when using Lectora to sync audio. Lectora allows developers to set events that occur at flagged times within audio. For some, this may actually be a preferred way of syncing events to audio. Audio timings are set with the Lectora audio editor. Import Audio as an FLV File.

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Top 4 Reasons Why Movie-based Learning is Effective

CommLab India

The process of learning has proved to be effective only when the content evokes emotions, and has a story, scenarios, characters, and high quality audio visuals. The answer is movie-based learning. It will help you create a great learning experience, as it not only transmits content but also experiences of all kinds such as emotions, feelings, story, actions, characters, knowledge, combined with effective audio narration. Movie-based learning has: A Story.

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Pausing Timeline and Audio clips

Adobe Captivate

This feature is now available, and I wanted to try it out with another interactive movie. Audio types. The way different types of audio react to an absolute Pause of the timeline, and to a Pausing point (slide related or related to an interactive object) is probably the most difficult to understand. Audio can be played in Captivate in 4 ways: Background audio: is the most insenstive to pausing. Object audio: is audio attached to an object.

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TechSmith Tips – Microphones, Recording Audio & How to Sync Audio with Video

TechSmith Camtasia

I am Mike, a video producer for TechSmith and in this episode I am going to give some advice on types of microphones, audio recorders and methods to easily sync your audio with video. 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.

Tips for Audio in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Audio and narration are great ways to enhance e-Learning. We all know what a difference sound effects make when we watch a great action movie. Without it the movie would be terrible. All too often we forget that eLearning can also have audio. 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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PowerPoint: Playing Audio Sequentially. and Automatically

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  Last week I covered how to play multiple audio tracks at the same time. That wasn't so hard, but what can get a bit complicated is playing multiple audio tracks sequentially. If you know that the first audio file ends after 1:35 and you'll be on your third slide then, then you would put the second audio file on the third slide and set it to play after 1:35.  Select the Audio Tools Playback tab.  by AJ George.

What You Need to Know About eLearning Audio

JCA Solutions

Using eLearning Audio Can Make or Break the Success of Your Learning. People who don’t value audio haven’t been paying attention. Not just in terms of eLearning audio, but even in general. Audio Driven Lives. Our lives are based on audio. Without the audio narrative of great storytellers, much of what we know would likely have never been learned. Therefore, audio is an essential part of our eLearning content. Make it the audio.

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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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Tips for Audio in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Audio and narration are great ways to enhance e-Learning. We all know what a difference sound effects make when we watch a great action movie. Without it the movie would be terrible. All too often we forget that eLearning can also have audio. 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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Learn eLearning Audio Production from an Expert

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Are you an eLearning developer struggling with audio? You're getting stuff done, but you wish your audio was better. Like most things technical, once you know the little tricks and gain a better understanding of the technology it becomes an easy leap from amateur audio to "wow, that's sounds great" audio. I know many of you just farm out the dirty work of audio scripting, producing, recording, publishing. Audio is a big part of developing eLearning.

Creating a Simple Video in Windows Movie Maker

The Learning Dispatch

Windows Movie Maker comes prepackaged with Windows operating systems and is more than capable of producing a decent video. What you''ll need: Windows Movie Maker (download here ) A video file ( here is a list of supported video formats, under "What kind of files can I import?". There are online tools that can do this for free, such as [link] ) Optional An audio file (not necessary if the video file already has its own audio track.

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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. Windows Movie Maker. Then fine tune your movie just the way you want it.

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eLearning: Voiceover Audio That Will Keep the Learner's Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  The learners we address with our eLearning projects are bombarded with information, often in the form of movies, videos, and television. Scenes change in modern movies approximately every minute and a half. But in a movie, even during that short time, something is continually moving on the screen. So with absolutely no motion on screen, how long can the audio drone on?

Articulate and Flash with Audio

eLearning Brothers

I’ve been working on an Articulate Presenter course with a lot of flash files that have audio. There are audio clips that go along with each slide. Import settings – When inserting a flash movie into Articulate you have a few different settings to consider. How to display the movie – I choose to display the moving in the presenter panel because it was the main content that I wanted to show. In fact, when I import a flash movie I never have anything on the slide.

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Why You Need Audio Descriptions to Make Online Course Videos Accessible

TechSmith Camtasia

Not only does the ADA Section 504-refresh highlight the need for audio descriptions in higher education videos, but it’s also an accessibility best practice that has the potential to benefit all students. Learn the different types of audio descriptions, how they work, and how to create them so your institution stays compliant. Are audio descriptions like captions??. Audio descriptions (AD) talk through what’s being seen. Audio descriptions help many types of learners.

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How to Transform Video to Audio

Learnloft

As YouTube does not allow a person to download their videos regardless of being so popular ad widely used, movie seekers get it done from other sites online. To change movies from youtube to mp3 you will need two belongings.

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Movie-based Learning to Increase Sales Reps’ Attention Span

CommLab India

Well, movie-based learning will help you gain the attention span of your sales force as it creates a deeper neural connection with the content. Studies show that the human brain processes information easily and stores it for later recall when received in the form of movies. That’s the reason we remember the characters’ name, story, scenes, and even famous dialogues from movies. What is movie-based learning? Benefits of movie-based learning.

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Podcasting for E-Learning: Digital Audio Basics

The E-Learning Curve

Well-designed, planned, narrated and produced audio content has the facility to engage the audience and transport the listener, providing the right cognitive environment for learning or entertainment or whatever goal the podcast seeks to achieve. 2005) Of course, this cognitively experienced sense of “being there” is a completely artificial construct, none more so when you consider audio podcasting. The number of samples contained in each second of audio is called the sample rate.

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The future of entertainment

E-Learning Provocateur

One of them was the audio: by plotting the source of a sound at particular coordinates, its realism increased by orders of magnitude as I moved my head, or stepped closer or further away, while the stereophonics adjusted accordingly. virtual reality 360 AFTRS Australia Australian Australian Film Television and Radio School entertainment film future game game-based learning GBL interactive Melbourne movie social Sydney VR VR Noir Zero Latency

Aggregator and Audio

Adobe Captivate

Some Cp4 users have reported that when the Aggregator starts playing content movies- in certain scenarios sound from subsequent movies in the aggregator plays for a fraction of a second while the first movie is still playing. This issue is prominently seen in Firefox browser, although it occurs in Internet explorer some times. There is an easy workaround for this issue: Tags: Under the hood

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Do you know how to get the most out of audio on your e-learning courses?

isEazy

But did you know that the combination of visual and audio will engage students and reinforce their learning? Audio, for example, is an excellent resource to complement text and image on the screen. If you combine the information on the screen with audio, you can draw attention to important items and reinforce key concepts on each screen. Tip: Remember that audio shouldn’t be a repetition of the text that appears on the screen. As always, analyze when to include audio.

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Should You Add Background Audio to Your E-Learning Courses?

Rapid eLearning

The same is true for background audio. In that sense you need to ask if the audio you are using will add to or detract from the learning objectives. When does Audio Detract from the Learning? Some people like to add background audio to their courses because they know that by itself the course content is somewhat boring. So adding some background audio will jazz it up a bit and makes the course exciting and inviting. Multiple audio tracks can impact retention.

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Audio and/or Text Rollover Tooltips for Articulate Presenter

Take an e-Learning Break

When a learner's mouse hovers over a hotspot, this widget will play an audio file, display a text tooltip, or both! Design your slide as usual in Powerpoint/Articulate Presenter, insert "hotspotRollover.swf" onto each slide on which you want to have rollover audio/text tooltip hotspots, then publish. Just edit the "hotspots.xml" file in any text editor after you publish your course to define your tooltip text, audio file, size, and position of each hotspot.

Audio quality does matter

Clive on Learning

Among these are the following: Audio fidelity will attract attention to media. Audio fidelity will affect people's memory for audio information. People will evaluate better audio fidelity differently than poorer audio fidelity. So, audio fidelity does matter. Now in an age in which it is increasingly easy to communicate using audio (podcasts, adding narration to screen capture movies, presentations, videos, etc.),

How to Get Your Training Presentation From Good to Great With Images, Audio, and Video

Mindflash

Audio. Adding Audio. Audio tip: Embedded sound clips offer a shortcut for helping English language learners. Beyond that, the process for uploading video to your presentation is very much like the process for photos: Go to the Insert menu and select the Insert movie command. After selecting the video to upload, the Movie Tools menu offers many ways to customize how it is displayed.

Instructional Design, Crowdsourcing, Audio, Typography, Blogs, & Psych

Big Dog, Little Dog

Create Camtasia movies. Using Audio Markers in Adobe Presenter - Audio Narration in E-Learning Content: Using Audio Markers - Michael Hanley in E-Learning Curve Blog. This post will cover how to integrate your audio-with-metadata files into Adobe Presenter. The Great ID Debate - eLearning Roadtrip. These days a good ID needs to be able to write instructional objective. Conduct a content analysis. And an audience analysis. Measure job/performance outcomes.

Reflective Practitioner – A Learning Curve – Experiment #7

Adobe Captivate

Initially she wished to splice the audio file into several podcasts but was grappling with the idea of making her learners do more than just listen. I intended to take on a full audio challenge with Captivate. The interview/audio file was over 16 mins long (9M so i immediately had a red flag raised for the project size. Added to this complication was my grand idea to use guided audio narration instead of text captions in this project. ELSE>Stop Triggered Audio.

Reflective Practitioner – A Learning Curve – Experiment #7

Adobe Captivate

Initially she wished to splice the audio file into several podcasts but was grappling with the idea of making her learners do more than just listen. I intended to take on a full audio challenge with Captivate. The interview/audio file was over 16 mins long (9M so i immediately had a red flag raised for the project size. Added to this complication was my grand idea to use guided audio narration instead of text captions in this project. Background.

Multiple Toggle buttons with ONE Shared Action

Adobe Captivate

Whlie watching the sample project included with Captivate 2019, where the author is using two toggle buttons for Audio and for CC, I thought it could be useful to re-post this article from my personal blog in the community. Start by watching the example movie to understand my interpretation of Toggle buttons. cpCmndMute (system variable with Default value = 0) for SB_Audio. Look at the top control panel for the Audio and CC buttons in the movie.

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Listen only once to the narration – micro-navigation

Adobe Captivate

When the learner is free to come back to those slides, it can be annoying if she/he has to listen to the audio again. To avoid this I will explain two possible workflows: Using the On Enter event to trigger an advanced action, which will use the Play Audio command based on checking which visit it is to the slide. It is an easy workflow, with one drawback: for the Play Audio command it is not possible to use the Closed Captioning feature packed with Captivate. Intro.

Will the ‘Sound of Silence’ create new paths in learning?

Origin Learning

The change appealed to the audience making it popular across generations) was adapted for use in multiple ways – movies to TV series. How would you classify the use of audio, video, and social media in the context of learning? Think of Simon Garfunkel and the enchanting music of ‘Sound of Silence’ compel you to break into a song.

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