Q&A: Audio in Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Maybe they can be useful for other Captivate users, decided to write this short blog. 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. If you import audio, you choose best for the uncompressed WAV-format over MP3. Only wav files can be edited. If you want to edit an imported MP3-file, Captivate has to expand that file to create a WAV file.

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Podcasting like a pro! (Part 2) – How to edit and publish your podcast recording

eFront

Two things must be done before you begin: First, use AoA Audio Extractor to extract your file from GoToMeeting (or other recording tool) & convert to “WAV”. Note: if your recording tool allows you to export your file automatically to “WAV” you can skip the first step. Step 1: Convert your file to “WAV”. Output options: check export “to WAV”. Go to File > Import > Audio > Import WAV file (podcast recording only to start with). Import Intro WAV.

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Reduce the Size of a Captivate Project

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

wav and.mp3 files). " You can find the full article on the Adobe Captivate blog. Adobe's Mukul Vinay Lele has written an article that includes a workaround for bloated project sizes that you might encounter in your Captivate projects. According to Lele, "Adobe Captivate customers have always been very active on the forums. It has been a great place to interact with customers, resolve their issues and learn more from them.

Create Engaging E-Learning Courses You Can Be Proud Of - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

The Rapid Elearning Blog. I actually prefer not reading screen after screen of text…unless it’s my blog:) However, in the case of something like the remittance example above, if the SME gave me a PPT file, I could create the output in 45 seconds and have what you see on the screen. Hey, I like reading screen after screen of your blog, too. That’s what makes a lot of elearning challenging and one of the reasons why I do this blog. I love your blog.

How to Add Closed Captions to Video and Audio in Lectora

Trivantis

This blog will show you step by step how to create and add closed captions to Lectora and Lectora Online titles. Again, you may need to use Convert to MP3 to change your audio file format (for example, from WAV or WMA). Add your MP3, WAV, WMA or other format audio file as the audio track. Using an external audio editor (such as Lectora desktop’s audio editor), open your MP3, WAV, WMA or other format audio file.

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Behind the Scenes - How We Create Screencasts

TechSmith Camtasia

I was absolutely blown away at the number of screencast examples many of you shared on this recent blog post. Export to WAV file. I was absolutely blown away at the number of screencast examples many of you shared on this recent blog post. The screencast that was listed the most in your feedback was one done our Instructional Designer, Ryan Eash. I wanted to make sure everyone saw this screencast. Ryan has created a lot of our tutorials for Camtasia Studio.

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

Trivantis

This blog will show you step-by-step how to synchronize events to audio and video files within Lectora and Lectora Online titles. If your file is not in this format (for example, WAV or AVI) you will need to convert it to MP3/MP4. Subscribe to the Lectora e-Learning Blog for more how-to tutorials and helpful tips. Blog How-to Lectora® and Lectora® Online make it easy to synchronize events—add actions—to audio and video playback.

How to insert video and audio into Google Slides

BrightCarbon

In this blog post, we’re going to show you how to insert audio and video into Google Slides and give you some examples where using video can enrich your presentations and increase audience engagement. Google Slides supports MP3 and WAV audio formats.

7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

However, I know that there are a few blog readers who use it. Here’s how Wavosaur describes the tool: “a cool free sound editor, audio editor, wav editor software for editing, processing and recording sounds, wav and mp3 files. There are a lot more free audio editors out there, but these are the ones I’ve personally used hear the most about from blog readers. The post 7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses appeared first on The Rapid eLearning Blog

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Using Lectora to Sync Audio

Integrated Learnings

For example, if you created your audio as a WAV file, you will need to use a program like Adobe Media Encoder to convert it to an FLV file. This eLearning blog is brought to you by Integrated Learning Services , an eLearning design & development company. by Jonathan Shoaf. Most multimedia developers are familiar with audio timing in frame based applications like Adobe Flash and other movie editing software.

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Library? Which Library?

Adobe Captivate

’ Time for a short blog post, with some efficiency tips about using the Library. 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. Blog asset library Captivate Draft creative cloud library library reusability Shared ActionsIntro.

Using Text-to-Speech in an eLearning Course

Tony Karrer

Here are a few of the top web services for TTS: Company Web Service Loquendo Pronuncia NeoSpeech On Demand Acapela-Group Acapela-Box These web services have the advantages: Choose any voice among a set of vendors voices Set pitch, speed volume of voice for the entire file Select type of sound file output (wav, mp3, etc) Preview function Pronunciation dictionary Pay as you go Disadvantages Because they are web services, there’s no automatic connection with the desktop file system.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Introduction to Audio Production

The E-Learning Curve

In this part of the series, I won't delve too deeply into script-writing: I'll return to that subject in a later series of blog posts, but if you have a look at my series of articles on instructional design to understand my orientation on theoretical and pedagogical approaches to this activity. WAV) Editing Audio Editing Software The audio file is edited, & enhanced.

Using Lectora & CourseMill to Create an Easy Access iPad Course

Trivantis

Blog. WAV files are far too large to utilize in a mobile course. Back to Blog Home. Be the First to Know with the Lectora Blog. Lectora eLearning Blog. Trending - Top 10 Blogs. Forum. Logins. Lectora Online - USA. Lectora Online - EU. ReviewLink. CourseMill LMS. Community Forum. Products. Authoring Tools. Lectora Inspire. The Full-Featured Authoring Tool. Lectora Publisher. e-Learning Authoring Software Made Easy. Lectora Online.

Editing Text to speech text for Loquendo voices in Captivate 5

Adobe Captivate

Through my previous blog series on text-to-speech, you have learnt about: The different text-to-speech voices in Adobe Captivate 5 (NeoSpeech and Loquendo). In this blog post, let us learn how to tweak the speech generated using Loquendo voices. Stay tuned for my next blog post on “How to change the pronunciations of words used to generate speech”. wav" files are only supported and played.

How to create an online course in TalentLMS

TalentLMS

There are two ways to do this: directly upload an audio file (mp3, wav, etc.), The post How to create an online course in TalentLMS appeared first on TalentLMS Blog. Creating an online course in TalentLMS is easy. So easy, in fact, that this walkthrough covers everything you need to know on the subject. Are you ready to create your own online course? You will be once you follow these 8 easy steps. 1) Log in.

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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. Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files.

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

TalentLMS

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. The post The Top 10 Most Used Online Employee Training Tools: Part 1 appeared first on TalentLMS Blog. Deciding to embrace eLearning for your employee training has become a no-brainer nowadays. After all, businesses big and small, from Fortune 100 multinationals to your local hair saloon chain, have already done so.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate

You can import content from a variety of formats, including image formats (PSD, GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, ICO, EMF, WMF and POT), sound formats (MP3 and WAV), and popular animation and video formats (SWF, FLV with metatags, AVI, and MOV). Blog Adobe Captivate FAQ Frequently Asked Questions Pricing and purchasing information subscription Support informationOn this page. Basics. Pricing and purchasing information. Support information. Subscription information and pricing. Basic.

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

CommLab India

The formats prescribed in the blog are followed when the courses are published to PCs, mobiles and iPads, but when publishing your courses to CDs and PCs (offline), you have the liberty to use the format of your choice. . Audio (F6) formats include MP3 and WAV. WAV: (WAVE AUDIO) Normally used for Radio, TV, DVD, or other media-related objects; does not compress audio and maintains good quality.

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