Q&A: Audio in Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Recently I answered several questions about Audio in Captivate. Although personally I mostly use Adobe Audition to record and edit audio clips for Captivate, this blog will focus only on the Audio features within Captivate. In the past I have posted several articles about audio. Merging of Audio clips (slide audio). For HMTL5 output audio (and video) has to be generated when entering a slide with audio. Library and Audio.

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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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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). 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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How to Add Events to Audio and Video in Lectora and Lectora Online

Trivantis

Lectora® and Lectora® Online make it easy to synchronize events—add actions—to audio and video playback. This blog will show you step-by-step how to synchronize events to audio and video files within Lectora and Lectora Online titles. For more information, view the Information Center (aka Help) topics on “Synchronizing events of an audio/video object.”. Any available action in Lectora and Lectora Online may be synchronized.

How to Add Closed Captions to Video and Audio in Lectora

Trivantis

b)]: “Equivalent alternatives for any multimedia presentation shall be synchronized with the presentation.”. Part II: How to Add Closed Captions to Audio Files. Lectora 11 and higher supports adding closed captions to FLV and MP3 audio files using the same steps as for video above: insert the audio file, and then on the Audio Properties ribbon select Add Captions. However for now, to add captions to an audio file in Lectora Online 2.0,

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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. Stand-alone TTS tools are used to create sound files just as you would if you had a human recording audio for the course.

TechKnowledge 2012 – Post Assessment

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With Unison you can integrate right into their other product – the platform called Focus – which provides video capture – oh, output includes mp3, mp4, avi, wav and mov. The reason I say education/academia more so – is that it is geared towards synchronous based learning, which is used more than 95% in education/academia space. You are still able to add video clips, audio, etc. Last week, I attended TK 2012 in Las Vegas.