Adobe Captivate 8 Tutorials

Adobe Captivate

Bringing your PPT into Adobe Captivate 8. Learn how to create PPT-based courses in Adobe Captivate 8. Learn how to embed web pages in Adobe Captivate 8 using the native web functionality in Adobe Captivate 8. Learn about the common JavaScript platform for SWF and HTML5 in Adobe Captivate 8. Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 5: Presenter

CommLab India

Facility to convert PPT files into web-based courses easily. Presenter 360 allows you to convert PPT files into good technology-enabled learning materials , thanks to the following features: A simple, user-friendly interface that can be mastered in no time. Add SWF files, Captivate movies, and Camtasia screencasts to your course. Embed web applications, gamified elements, and reference materials. Welcome to the fifth post in a series of fourteen.

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How to create an online course in TalentLMS

TalentLMS

The “Add Web content” form lets you embed material from many popular websites by entering its URL address. You could, for example, embed Wikipedia’s link on Staffing models on your HR course, or add a Slideshare presentation about Excel tips and tricks into your MS Office training. The “Add Video” form lets you embed videos in your course. The “Add Audio” form lets you embed audio content in your course.

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LMS Review: Litmos

Talented Learning

Supports multiple formats — avi, wmv, mpg, mov, flv, m4v, ppt, pptx, pdf, mp3, zip, doc, or swf. Can create OJT assignments, tests, surveys, links, live sessions, pages — and then embed modules from directly within the course management page. Nice feature: An “Ecommerce Listing Widget” that lets you copy HTML “embed” code for external course listings and easily add it to any external website or blog.

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Adobe shows off Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite

Steve Howard

In his example, RJ showed us how to embed the variable into a caption, using the syntax $$myVar$$ so that instructions to the user could use the recorded name, instead of a non-personal command. It has long been known that we can add Flash video and interactive swf content into Captivate, but doing so is not as simple as we would like, and there is no easy way to communicate data between the imported content and the host Captivate movie.