Workaround for video streaming issues in Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Problem: Videos do not get streamed in Adobe Captivate projects. Solution: The format of the URI depends on how the FLV or F4V file is nested within the ‘App’ folder on the server. Captivate F4V FLV Streaming videoReason: The URIs of the videos are specified incorrectly. The first two sections in this article explain the URI formats when the [.]. How do I.

eLearning Development: 4 Tech Considerations When Using Videos

Upside Learning

Don’t double compress videos – use uncompressed or lossless formats when compressing to FLV format. Encoding videos to FLV. Before using videos in your Flash project, you would need to encode them in a format compatible with Adobe Flash (FLV or MPEG-4). To encode videos into FLV or MP4, the encoder software uses following codecs - H.264, On2 VP6 , and Sorenson Spark. These parameters can then be used to encode videos in target format i.e. FLV, MP4 or F4V.

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Video Delivery Types in Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Captivate supports the following types of Video Delivery : Progressive download, RTMP Streaming, Flash Video Streaming Service (FVSS). RTMP Streaming. Can be hosted on any Web Server or Flash Media Server (FMS). As you know, Captivate has two different video features : Slide Video and FLV Object (details here ). All you need do is upload the publish folder to the web server of your choice and it should just work.

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Adobe Captivate: Adding Videos to eLearning

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel      You can add several types of video into a Captivate project, including AVI, MOV, and Flash Video (FLV or F4V). Instead of embedding the video in a Captivate project, you lower the size of the project and decrease load times for learners accessing your published content by linking to the videos that are stored on a server. Generally speaking, media services are servers available in the cloud that house your videos for you.

Now videos can be part of all elearning content!

Adobe Captivate

Captivate also bundles the Adobe Media Encoder, allowing you to import video in any popular format, and the same is converted into FLV and placed on your slides. Captivate 5 gives you the option to either embed the video in the project, or to stream it from an external Flash streaming server of your choice. While rendering over low bandwidth connections, Cp has the smarts to ensure that the Cp project and the FLV stay in synch.

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Host Your Corporate Training Videos on Your LMS – Why & How

CommLab India

Consider these factors while hosting training videos on an LMS : file size of the videos & compatibility, hosting charges, streaming server, and confidentiality of information. Wmv, avi, mp4, mpg, mov, asf, flv, and 3gpare some common video formats. You should therefore have a streaming server apart from the normal server for the continuous streaming of videos. It has better streaming features and costs are based on the usage.