Flash to HTML5 – Swiffy From Google

Upside Learning

This has come just in time for mLearning implementers; there is a new tool out in Google Labs called Swiffy that let’s one convert flash animation (swf files) to a device independent HTML5. Simply put, this will allow existing libraries of flash animation content to be ported to devices that run iOS – iPhones, iPads, and iPods. We’ve been experiementing with Swiffy for a few hours now and it seems to do quite a decent job of converting SWF files.

Check if TEB is empty (Where is Null?)

Adobe Captivate

Beware: the embedded movie is a SWF, you need a browser with enabled Flash Player to watch that movie. Everything worked fine for SWF output also in later versions. Example Movie. You can watch the example movie by clicking this link. In the near future it should be possible to embed interactive movies published with Captivate to HTML output in this community. In the movie this solution is on slide 3, the dummy slide (duration 0,1sec) is slide 2.

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Creating Flash Templates for eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Frame labels are an easy way to ensure that the flash movie always goes to the section that it should. Guide layers allow you to put instructional text that won’t appear in the published swf file. Create Folders in the Library. The library can get crowded very quickly. Create folder in the library to help separate the assets.

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Two weeks with Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

This improves efficiency quite a lot, as you will see in the example movie below. Example movie. If Flash player is enabled in your browser, you can test this movie (SWF) online in my personal blog. Finally we have access to the Typekit Library (I’m used to it using CC applications)! In the example movie I used two fonts which I already acquired with a CC subscription ( Fira Sans and Rosario ), but Typekit also has a free license. Intro.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 7: Engage 360

CommLab India

Instant access to more than 100,000 e-learning development assets such as images, photographs, and web-based learning interaction templates, in the Articulate Content Library. Flash objects and interactivities in the SWF format can be inserted. You can also include Captivate movies and Camtasia screencasts. Welcome to the seventh post of the series. In the first four blogs, we saw the features of Storyline 360 that facilitate the easy authoring of web-based courses.

Reflections on Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

This improves efficiency quite a lot, as you will see in the example movie below. Example movie. If Flash player is enabled in your browser, you can test this movie (SWF) online in my personal blog. Finally we have access to the Typekit Library (I’m used to it using CC applications)! In the example movie I used two fonts which I already acquired with a CC subscription ( Fira Sans and Rosario ), but Typekit also has a free license. Intro.

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

CommLab India

Instant access to more than 100,000 e-learning development assets such as images, photographs, and online course templates, contained in the Articulate Content Library. Add SWF files, Captivate movies, and Camtasia screencasts to your course. Welcome to the fifth post in a series of fourteen. In my earlier blogs, we looked at the easy authoring features of Storyline 360 and its ability to create good animations and facilitate effective learning interactions.

Over 75 Free Rapid E-Learning Resources

Rapid eLearning

Myna : easy-to-use online audio editor that includes a library of assets. Preview Flash content on your computer: SWF Player and FLV Player [ original post ]. Windows Live Movie Maker : free and simple-to-use video editor. The other day this guy asked me how to develop color schemes for his rapid elearning courses. Like a lot of guys, he has some issues with color perception so he wanted an easy way to match colors. I have the same challenge.