Adobe Captivate: Export Audio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

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 ). And if you want to import or record background audio, you'll find that you can do so by choosing  Audio > Import to  (or  Record to )  Background. You'll be happy to learn that you can easily export audio clips.

Adobe Captivate: Methods for Attaching Voiceover Audio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel    When it comes to adding narration audio (voice-overs), Captivate developers have plenty of choices. You can insert audio using any of the following methods: Object-Level Audio   Right-click any slide object and choose  Audio > Import to  or  Audio > Record to. If you choose  Import to , you will be presented with an  Import Audio  dialog box.

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7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

Even though many elearning applications have their own audio tools, I usually don’t use them. I may for quick projects, but generally, I like to keep my audio production separate from my elearning course production. It provides more control over the audio files and dedicated audio editing software tends to have more features. Here’s a list of some free audio editors that are more than sufficient for what you may need for most of your elearning course production.

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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. Denis Nowlan, Deputy to the Controller for BBC Radio 4 describes this as the wonder of radio [and sound] …the conjuring of magical sounds, Prospero-like, out of the silently teeming air.

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Fixing the Sound in Adobe Captivate

Big Dog, Little Dog

I have been trying out Adobe's eLearning Suite and soon came across a slight bug -- Captivate would not record an audio narration. WAV file, but Captivate would not load it into the slide. WAV file was 687 MB, while the *.MP3 I did not notice any quality difference between the two files; however, this was only a simple voice narration; a music or a more complex audio file will probably have a more noticeable loss of quality. Try to play the audio - should go fine.

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Podcasting for E-Learning: Introduction to Audio Production

The E-Learning Curve

Today, I'm going to talk about digital audio, and the basic hardware and software you'll need to begin creating your own podcasts. Until recently, recording audio cost many thousands of dollars, used specialized and sophisticated equipment, took up lots of space (in the form of a dedicated recording studio), and required years of specialized training, followed by years acquiring hard-earned OTJ experience to make even the most basic recordings.

eLearning: Engaging All Groups of Learners

Origin Learning

Learners of this learning style are mostly of the listening and observing type, therefore audio- based eLearning courses suit a learner of this kind. These audios are toggled on or off depending on the learner’s need. All eLearning authoring tools have provisions for audio inputs which can be used to create auditory learning content like recorded lectures, digital storytelling, and podcasts.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Editing and Producing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

So far in this series of posts about Podcasting for E-Learning from the E-Learning Curve Blog , I've covered a lot of material, including: A Brief History of Audio in Education The Four 'P's' of narration Introduction to Audio Production Digital Audio Basics Now, it's time to look in some depth at editing and producing podcast content. You don’t have to edit audio in a beginning-middle-end sequence. You can use Audacity to: Record live audio.

Using Text-to-Speech in an eLearning Course

Tony Karrer

A general approach in which developers use any standard authoring tool such as Articulate or Lectora and use stand-alone TTS on-demand services/products to create audio files that are then linked or embedded in the presentation. In this article, we are going to concentrate only on using TTS Stand-Alone tools to create audio files that are embedded into a course. Several of the voice vendors offer on-demand TTS voice web services which accept text and produce sound files.

E-learning Development: Selecting the Right Audio, Video, and Image Format

CommLab India

When developing an eLearning course using rapid authoring tools, you should know which format is supported by the tool to import audio files, videos, and images. If the tool does not support the image, video, or audio format you want to import, you will have to waste time converting them into the required format. Audio (F6) formats include MP3 and WAV. This format compresses the audio file but quality is lost.

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Editing Text to speech text for Loquendo voices in Captivate 5

Adobe Captivate

Sound effects. Audio mixer features. To see the usage of tags, open the.cptx file, and select Audio > Speech Management. Sound effects. Sound Effects. The following commands create certain sound effects by acting on acoustic parameters of the speech output signal. For example, Reverb gives the impression of a large hall or a church, while delay (or echo) repeats the audio signal at every diminishing volume. Play sound.

Library? Which Library?

Adobe Captivate

These are the default Library folders: Audio : will have all audio clips, whether imported or recorded in Captivate; whenever you edit an existing clip, the original and edit clip will be in this folder. If you import a (compressed)mp3 file it will automatically be converted to a ‘raw’ wav-file which will also be in this folder. It is recommended whenever possible to import a wav file, when published it will be compressed to mp3 by Captivate. Intro.

The Top 10 Most Used Online Employee Training Tools: Part 1

TalentLMS

3) An audio editor. Whether it’s to edit an interview, to extract the relevant parts from the recording of a lecture, or to trim a piece of music you’re using as a soundtrack to your eLearning videos to the right size, you’ll need an audio editor. Similar to an image editor, an audio editor is a piece of software that lets you manipulate digital sound content, like mp3 or wav files.

Why Use ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Based eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

Sound APIs – AS 3.0 has improved sound APIs which can now tell the sound level of the audio playing in Flash Player. This can be used to control the lip movements of an on screen character by finding out the sound-level. The sound API also has the capability to generate sound dynamically. The eLearning developers can make use of these libraries to load common audio [wav] and image [bmp] formats.

Best websites for free elearning art and resources for elearning developers

Wizcabin

elearning art and resources – Free stock audio. YouTube Audio Library. R oyalty-free music tracks and sound effects. MP3, WAV format available. Here is a free elearning automation guide from Wizcabin. Elearning art – free stock images. Note: The images from these sites are copyright free or licensed under creative commons public domain , however copyright policy for each site may change time to time, so please check before downloading images. Pixabay.

Adobe eLearning Suite CS4

Big Dog, Little Dog

Soundbooth for working with audio, such removing noise, adding a score to a narration and fixing the pitch and timings. The only problem I encountered was when I first installed the suite and could not get the audio to work in Captivate CS4, but this was quickly solved. To locate an audio file in the library I clicked on it in the Filmstrip located in the left panel, which then highlights it in the Library.

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