Adobe Captivate – Slide Audio Three Ways

Adobe Captivate

It’s useful to know this since you may end up getting your slide level audio broken down by slide or you might get one long file. Being familiar with the ways you can import audio will help you with each of these situations and save you a bunch of time.

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Audio playing in wrong slide

Adobe Captivate

The post Audio playing in wrong slide appeared first on eLearning. Audio Media Question "Elearning authoring tools" audio media questionHi All. I have created a demo of my training package as an HTML5 file for publishing on a website. I have linked sound files throughout the demo to play when the relevant text is displayed. I have published the file as normal and host it on an AWS S3 bucket.

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Audio Not Playing on First Slide

Adobe Captivate

Hi there… I have a software simulation project with.wav audio on each slide and it works *perfectly* EXCEPT when I publish it to an LMS the audio doesn’t play on the first slide; it plays fine on the rest of them, but not on the first one. None of the slides have ‘play audio’ on enter, but I thought that might help so I tried it; it didn’t. The post Audio Not Playing on First Slide appeared first on eLearning.

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Adobe Captivate: Replacing PowerPoint Slides But Keeping the Audio

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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).

Adobe Captivate: Object Level Audio Management

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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. Some of the objects include audio.

eLEARNING DEVELOPMENT: Audio, Text, or Both?

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There was usually so much information on the slides that it was nearly impossible to retain anything.  Once I see a slide that says I’m on slide 1 of 80, I tend to immediately shut down.  Should there be voiceover audio combined with text and images?

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Stop Audio from Playing When Returning to a Slide

Adobe Captivate

Hi, all, For those who need to know how to stop audio from playing when returning to a slide, here’s an example of one way to do it. Uncategorized Video Adobe Captivate audio Captivate stop audio

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The problem with running audio and/or video on the first slide in Chrome

Adobe Captivate

Hi, all, I’ve been teaching Captivate classes in which we start with a video on the first slide of an exercise. In addition, I have audio on the slide. When published to HTML5, it works well in the latest versions of IE, Edge, and Firefox (in Windows) but in Chrome, the video doesn’t start nor does the audio. Hitting the Reload button when the video/audio doesn’t start will then start over but this time with a play button the middle.

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Add an Audio Clip to a Quiz Question

Adobe Captivate

In this Adobe Captivate tutorial, I will show you how you can add an audio clip to a quiz question, without it interfering with slide narration or other audio clips on the slide. Video add_audio Advanced Actions stop slide audio stop triggered audio triggered

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Recording Audio with Adobe Presenter

Integrated Learnings

Using audio narration in eLearning courses has been debated from both sides – some people feel that it is an enhancement that assists the learner in completing the course, while others argue that it can be distracting. Why use Adobe Presenter for Audio Narration? By Dean Hawkinson.

eLearning: Adding Silence to Audio Waveforms

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by Kevin Siegel      If there is unwanted noise (static perhaps or a barking dog) in the audio you're using in your eLearning projects, all of the eLearning tools allow you to quickly edit the audio file and delete the offending noise. 

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Pausing Timeline and Audio clips

Adobe Captivate

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. The project in the movie has no background audio (find it distracting for most eLearning courses). Object audio: is audio attached to an object.

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Adobe Captivate: Export Audio

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by Kevin Siegel    You can import or record audio to just about anything in Adobe Captivate. Right-click a slide object and you'll find you can select Audio > Import to  (or  Record to ).

Audio anomalies in HTML5 output

Adobe Captivate

We want to combine the slides from several Captivate files into one. We found that when copy/pasting slides from one file into another, the audio gets modified. Some segments (not restricted to a single slide, often spanning more than one) get cut out and are replaced by the audio from a previous, unrelated project. The post Audio anomalies in HTML5 output appeared first on eLearning. Discussion anomalies audio Captivate HTML5

Tips When Working With Audio in Articulate Storyline

B Online Learning

Working with audio is really fun! Great narration can add context for your learner and can re-enforce the on-screen information by explaining pictures on the slide, rather than just reading the slide text aloud. […].

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Adobe Captivate: Recording Narration to Multiple Slides

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by Jennie Ruby    The best practice when recording a voiceover script to narrate a series of slides is to create a separate audio recording for each slide. But when you are recording directly into your Captivate project, it can be quite tedious to open the Audio menu, choose Record to > Slide, record the slide, save the recording, close the Slide Audio dialog box, and start the process over for the next slide.

Adobe Captivate: Methods for Attaching Voiceover Audio

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by Kevin Siegel    When it comes to adding narration audio (voice-overs), Captivate developers have plenty of choices. If you choose  Import to , you will be presented with an  Import Audio  dialog box.

Adobe Captivate – Click to Reveal with Multiple Audio Clips

Adobe Captivate

In this video tutorial, I show you my workflow for creating a single-slide click to reveal that contains both slide audio, as well as additional triggered audio for each state of a multi-state object.

ELEARNING PRODUCTION: Getting Audio from Microsoft PowerPoint to Work in Adobe Captivate

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However, the audio is not coming working. How do I get the audio in PowerPoint to work in Captivate?    In truth, I never add the audio to PowerPoint slides while in PowerPoint. Instead, I always import the audio directly onto the slides after the PowerPoint-to-Captivate import process is complete. The audio worked fine. Next I recorded audio directly onto a PowerPoint slide and then took that slide into Captivate.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Audio in eLearning: Cultural Differences?

Learning Visions

Tuesday, May 12, 2009 Audio in eLearning: Cultural Differences? Whats your take on using audio in eLearning? Do you use audio on every slide because the client says people will think its broken if you dont? In the UK, Mark tells me that audio is used sparingly.

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eLearning: When Should You Record Your Voiceover Audio?

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by Kevin Siegel      Adding voiceover audio to eLearning enhances the learner experience. And before you spend thousands of dollars hiring voiceover talent to record your audio, you should know: your voice is fine (nobody likes their own voice so trust me on this, yours will do nicely). I've found that the voiceover audio does not have to be highly produced to be effective.   But when should you record your audio?

Empower your lessons with audio and video tracks

Geenio

But when the expert refers to the slide number one, you come to the horrible realization: you cannot see the slides. If you are committed to learning more, your next steps are to download the slides and do your best to match them with the video. Prepare the slides.

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Audio in eLearning: Cultural Differences?

Learning Visions

What's your take on using audio in eLearning? Do you use audio on every slide because the client says people will think it's broken if you don't? We've taken this up before and many of us IDs know the strategies for using audio most effectively by now.

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PowerPoint: Playing Audio Sequentially. and Automatically

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  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. Select the Audio Tools Playback tab.  by AJ George.

PowerPoint 2010: Working with Audio

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  Adding audio to a PowerPoint 2010 slide is simple. All you need to do is choose Insert > Audio and then open the audio clip. However,  However, when it comes to adjusting the audio, the option you might be looking for can be difficult to find.      In a perfect world, you would be able to make adjustments to an audio clip by either right-clicking a slide's sound icon, or by using the Audio Tools.

Adobe Captivate 5: Control the Volume of Background Audio

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Captivate developers have been able to add background audio to their projects since Captivate was known as RoboDemo. The process of adding background audio hasn't changed much over the years. Choose Audio > Edit > Background. by Kevin Siegel.

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Force View of Slide on First Visit

Adobe Captivate

The question appears often everywhere: how can I force the user to view the slide completely before the Next button appears; but when revisiting the slide the Next button should appear immediately. The workflows for the audio slides will be explained in a future blog post.

Factors to Consider Before Adding Audio to an E-learning Course

CommLab India

In eLearning courses, embedding audio enhances learner engagement and also helps them acquire information more effectively. To make your eLearning course effective, it’s important to use audio judiciously; this goes a long way in delivering a rich learning experience.

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PowerPoint: Playing Multiple Audio Files

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  A couple of weeks ago I discussed some points for working with Audio in PowerPoint ; today, a bit of elaboration. What if you want to play two audio files automatically at the same time (say, for example, you want a song to play but you also want a recorded narration to play simultaneously)? Insert both audio clips onto the desired slide ( Insert > Audio ).  by AJ George.

Help! What software tool should I use to record audio?

360 Training

Audio can add a great deal to the quality of your course. Many devices and industry-standard elearning tools offer simple and effective software for recording audio. Bottom line, for use in the 360training authoring system, you need a tool that will export your audio file in MP3 format.

How to Control Layer’s Audio in Storyline?

CommLab India

In Articulate Storyline, developers often face this problem: the audio in different layers overlap when the option “hide other slide layers” is unchecked, leading to confusion. Here are the simple steps to control layer audio in a “click on tabs” interactivity.

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ELEARNING PRODUCTION: Getting Audio from Microsoft PowerPoint to Work in Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate

However, the audio is not coming working. How do I get the audio in PowerPoint to work in Captivate? . In truth, I never add the audio to PowerPoint slides while in PowerPoint. As a test, I imported mp3 audio onto a PowerPoint slide and then took the slide into Captivate.

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My Learning 3.0 Conference Slides and Resources

Kapp Notes

Here are my slides and relevant resources from my Chicago presentation at Learning 3.0!! Here the slides from my presentation: Learning 3.0 Here is the audio version of my Training Quarterly article titled Improving Training: Thinking Like a Game Developer.

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Drag and drop incorrectly repeating audio from previous step

Adobe Captivate

Once the word is dropped audio plays pronouncing the word in Russian. Despite the order the last drag and drop always repeats the audio from the choice prior. The drag and drop are correctly linked and the audio files are also correctly linked. Also, the next and back buttons from smart shapes move (timing is set to display for entire slide). The post Drag and drop incorrectly repeating audio from previous step appeared first on eLearning.

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Does audio narration help eLearners?

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Unpacking the value add of audio narration in online learning. Typically, audio voiceover will also be displayed as text. Sometimes the learner has an option to hide the text and listen to the audio, or mute the audio and read the text, choosing one sensory channel over the other. But often the text is displayed along with the audio whether the learner wants to experience both or not. The post Does audio narration help eLearners?

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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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Give a voice to your presentation by using audio on PowerPoint slides

ProProfs

A striking example is an audio enabled PowerPoint presentation, which allows you to use a combination of images, text and sound to deliver information to learners. Combining text & audio in course materials increased learning effectiveness by 40%.

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