Adobe Captivate: Methods for Attaching Voiceover Audio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

You can import  wav's  or  mp3's.  However, I wouldn't use this technique for voiceover audio.   As for voiceover audio, I don't recommend that you add it to a project as the background. Keeping the number of slide objects to a minimum speeds up the production process significantly In fact, fewer slide objects means less time spent synchronizing the timing of those objects with other objects or voiceover audio.

Adobe Captivate 5: Control the Volume of Background Audio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

In Adobe Captivate 5, you simply choose Audio > Import to > Background and open the audio file (wav or mp3). One of the options missing from RoboDemo and older versions of Captivate was the ability to control the volume of the background audio on slides that already had audio (voiceover audio for instance). by Kevin Siegel. Captivate developers have been able to add background audio to their projects since Captivate was known as RoboDemo.

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How to insert video and audio into Google Slides

BrightCarbon

Google Slides supports MP3 and WAV audio formats. Having a voiceover throughout your presentation can bring benefits, such as engaging the audience’s focus, breaking boredom, and increasing retention.

Tech Tuesday Toolbox | Issue #3

Mike Taylor

Just type your voice over text into presenter notes, and upload it to Narakeet, and it will create your slideshow with voiceover. Cut, copy, record and export to mp3 or wav files. App of the Week. Create Narrated Videos Quickly with Narakeet! .

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