7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

Even though many elearning applications have their own audio tools, I usually don’t use them. I may for quick projects, but generally, I like to keep my audio production separate from my elearning course production. Here’s a list of some free audio editors that are more than sufficient for what you may need for most of your elearning course production. So I included links to the free software’s learning community to help you if you have detailed questions.

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The Revolution is Coming: Consumer Tablets and E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

E-Learning and all forms within are normally taken via your desktop computer and either hitting your company’s server with your browser or going to a hosted LMS vendor’s solution. If you wanted to work on creating content, for many people, the route would be and still is creating courses via a desktop based rapid e-learning authoring tool, or via your LMS/LCMS vendor’s tool (hosted or not) or via Dreamweaver or some other type of solution.

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Why Use ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Based eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

Adobe Flash Professional is undoubtedly the most popular tool for custom eLearning development. and is well backed by a great Flash developer community that has contributed in developing many open source frameworks/classes/APIs. There are a few more classes/frameworks developed like Squiggly – a spell check engine, OSMF [Open Source Media Framework] – a video media player for Flash and AIR which work with AS 3.0. in eLearning development.

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

CommLab India

When developing an eLearning course using rapid authoring tools, you should know which format is supported by the tool to import audio files, videos, and images. Audio (F6) formats include MP3 and WAV. WAV: (WAVE AUDIO) Normally used for Radio, TV, DVD, or other media-related objects; does not compress audio and maintains good quality. Audio (ALT+N+O Individually) formats include MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, AAC, AIFF, and OGG. Learning Technology rapid authoring tools

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