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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.  The audio on my YouTube videos isn't perfect.

Adobe Captivate: Live, Online Training Now Available in Central European Time Zone Hours

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Due to popular demand from our friends in Europe, we're now offering our top rated Captivate training during Central European Time Zone hours!    This beginner Adobe Captivate training class will quickly have you creating eLearning and mLearning lessons that include software simulations, demonstrations and soft-skills (compliance training). Adobe Captivate

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75% Off On Adobe Captivate 6 Courses

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The Beginner Adobe Captivate training course will quickly have you creating eLearning and mLearning lessons that include software simulations, demonstrations and soft-skills (compliance training). You will learn how to make your lessons engaging and interactive by creating quizzes, adding text captions, animations, videos, rollovers, clickable areas (buttons and click boxes), typing areas, voiceover audio and sound […].

Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter: Which One Is Right For You?

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by Jennie Ruby    Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate have some overlapping functions. You can use it to take existing PowerPoint slides, add voiceover narration, optionally record a self-video while presenting the lesson, add eLearning scenes and characters, add interactive elements, add a quiz, and publish the lesson to an LMS. But, as is typical with any kind of software, the easier the software is to use, the fewer choices you have about certain things.

New 1-Hour Live, Online Course: Microsoft PowerPoint to eLearning via Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, TechSmith Camtasia, or Presenter

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For instance, PowerPoint cannot create software simulations or video demos.   Instead of relying on PowerPoint alone for your eLearning content, you’ll need to take your finished presentations into an eLearning development tool such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or TechSmith Camtasia. Does the voiceover audio you added to your PowerPoint slides still work when the slides are imported into your eLearning tool?

New 1-Hour Live, Online Course: Microsoft PowerPoint to eLearning via Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, TechSmith Camtasia, or Presenter

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For instance, PowerPoint cannot create software simulations or video demos.   Instead of relying on PowerPoint alone for your eLearning content, you’ll need to take your finished presentations into an eLearning development tool such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or TechSmith Camtasia. Does the voiceover audio you added to your PowerPoint slides still work when the slides are imported into your eLearning tool?

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Tony Karrer

I want to create some online videos that will be a total of about 6-7 hours and upload them on my site. These videos would have software demos, screencasts and PowerPoints embedded inside them. Also every screen would have audio (voiceover with my voice) accompanying it. Camtasia and Adobe Captivate : Pros: Heard lots of good thing about them. There are quite a few Software Simulation Tools out there.

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GOANIMATE: Character-Based eLearning Made Easy

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Whether you want to create an animated whiteboard video (moving hand draws objects on your screen right before your eyes!), or a more character-based video (animated characters walk, move, talk, and emote), GoAnimate makes it possible. So I created a GoAnimate video in which one colleague helps another with his Excel spreadsheet.  But I wanted a tighter relationship between the video and the Excel software simulation lesson.

GOANIMATE: Character-Based eLearning Made Easy

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Whether you want to create an animated whiteboard video (moving hand draws objects on your screen right before your eyes!), or a more character-based video (animated characters walk, move, talk, and emote), GoAnimate makes it possible. So I created a GoAnimate video in which one colleague helps another with his Excel spreadsheet.  But I wanted a tighter relationship between the video and the Excel software simulation lesson.

The 5 Video Features That Make an Authoring Tool Easy to Use

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Are you looking for an authoring tool that’s capable enough to accommodate your video-creating and editing requirements? Even if you are not looking for a tool that handles video creation, chances are you will dabble with video – YouTube content , recorded videos , custom-made branded videos – in your training material, sooner or later. An example scenario for screen recordings could be software simulations or demonstrations.

E-learning Development Software that Add Zing to Simulations

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To overcome this problem, corporate training has turned to simulations which help the learner experiment in situations that are as close to real life as possible. Simulations support the idea of learning by doing. E-learning has also adopted the idea of simulations and there are authoring tools that can add a punch to different kinds of training. Software-based simulations for IT training. Technical simulations for process training. Adobe Captivate.

New 1-Hour Live, Online Course: Microsoft PowerPoint to eLearning via Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, TechSmith Camtasia, or Presenter

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For instance, PowerPoint cannot create software simulations or video demos.   Instead of relying on PowerPoint alone for your eLearning content, you’ll need to take your finished presentations into an eLearning development tool such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or TechSmith Camtasia. Does the voiceover audio you added to your PowerPoint slides still work when the slides are imported into your eLearning tool?