8 Editing Techniques for Great Images in Lectora

eLearning Brothers

Lectora introduced some new image editing features with Version 12 which can save time and money. You can either import an image from your local computer, drag an image from your desktop to the working area in Lectora or choose an image from the stock library. Psst: Lectora supports.bmp,jpeg,png,tif,wmf and.emf file extensions). To drag an image from your computer to Lectora simply select the image then drag and drop it into the working area of Lectora.

Add Visual Depth to Your Lectora Courses

eLearning Brothers

In Lectora, there’s a great way to add visual depth and interest to your graphical user interface (GUI)—just add texture! This will download a zip which, when extracted contains two PNG files—one of the pattern at the original size and the second (marked with “@2X” at the end of the title), is the pattern magnified 200%. How to Import Your New Textures into Lectora. Now, let’s try out these new textures in Lectora!

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eLearning Magic: 3 Lectora Course Enhancement Tips

eLearning Brothers

We love Lectora for its versatility and quality. Lectora does the job, and it does it well. Today we’re talking about a three types of Lectora templates that will work wonders, raising the visual quality of your Lectora course to the umpteenth degree. And since they’re PNG’s you can put them in front of any background and it will still look natural.

Detecting Mobile Platforms the Smart Way for Lectora

eLearning Brothers

Lectora has some great features to take learning off the desktop and on the road, such as dynamic templates for mobile layout, but one of the more interesting ways is the ability to check the platform type as a condition for an action. On each page, there is a group with an overlay that includes a PNG to shade the content, and a button with two actions, one to play the audio, the other to hide the group.

Slide in Text with Lectora

Integrated Learnings

In this example, I added a transparent PNG image. Lectora Actions Lectoraby Jonathan Shoaf. There is not much worse than static text in online learning. Learners go online to get immersed and engaged. They pick up a book to read text. So I try to be careful about how I use text when I am developing a course. I like text to be timely, simple, and sparse. One way to be smart about using text is to have it slide in when you want it and slide out when you are done.

How to Use Vector Backgrounds in Lectora

eLearning Brothers

PNG) patterns into Lectora and Photoshop. Want to use vector backgrounds in Lectora? I can then save out the pattern as a PNG. Then to make it tile as the background in Lectora, just go to the Design Ribbon, to the Title Background section, select the image drop down and import your PNG. The post How to Use Vector Backgrounds in Lectora appeared first on eLearning Brothers. In an earlier post I showed how to find, edit, and import raster (i.e.

9 Google Search Hacks to Make eLearning Development A Whole Lot Easier

eLearning Brothers

Scenario: You want to find an eLearningBrothers.com article about Lectora tips but when you search Lectora Tips in Google, you can’t find the tip you are looking for. Search Solution: site:elearningbrothers.com Lectora Tips. #3 Searching for images might be easy for you, but do you know you can use filetype:[jpg or png] to find images and document files, like PDFs. One of the biggest pain points of eLearning development is not being able to quickly issues.

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How to Convert Flash to HTML5 at Scale

Hurix Digital

Lectora Online: When you need to convert text-heavy Flash course content to HTML5. So digital banners are now compiled separately into web files like HTML, JS, and CSS, as well as image file formats like PNG and JPEG. Nearly everyone is familiar with Adobe Flash, for those who are not, it is a software with which apps, mobile games, desktop applications, and animations are produced.

Hell in a Cell Between Articulate Storyline 2, Adobe Captivate 9, and LectoraInspire 16

CommLab India

Today, I am sharing my views on the 3 widely used tools -Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Lectora Inspire 16. Articulate Storyline 2, Adobe Captivate 9 and Lectora Inspire 16. Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate support Mac and Windows Operating systems where as Lectora supports Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8,and 10. can scale the images in Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate, but images get blurred on scaling in Lectora.

Building Finger-friendly Buttons for m-Learning


When using Lectora® e-Learning software to create m-Learning, it’s important to consider the usability and navigation of your course. There are two ways you can create finger-friendly buttons in Lectora. If you’re using radio buttons and checkboxes in your title, the default controls used in Lectora (which translate to the default controls used by your browser) may be too small for your intended device.

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

CommLab India

So to get a clear picture, let’s see the various formats supported by Adobe Captivate 9, Articulate Storyline, and Lectora 16. In Captivate 9, we can import only these image (Shift+Ctrl+M) formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, ICO, EMF, WMF, POT, POTX, and PICT. PNG: (Portable Network Graphics) It is better than JPEG and supports binary transparency and alpha channel transparency. We can import only these image ( Ctrl+J) formats: EMF, WMF, JEPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, and TIFF.

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