Add some advanced elearning course creation techniques to your toolkit by taking a deep dive into Captivate 9. Follow Pooja Jaisingh as she demonstrates how to leverage Captivate 9 features to create interactive and compelling content. Explore how to use events, multistate objects, variables, and advanced actions to guide the learning flow. In addition, discover how to take advantage of the program’s more sophisticated features, like advanced quizzing, lightboxes, and natural sounding text-to-speech generation, and observe how to enable accessibility for Captivate courses.
Adobe Captivate is a rapid responsive authoring tool that is used for creating elearning content such as software demonstrations, software simulations, branched scenarios, and randomized quizzes in Small Web Formats (.swf) and HTML5 formats.
It can also convert Adobe Captivate generated file formats (.swf) to digital MP4 (.mp4) formats which can be played with media players or uploaded to video hosting websites. For software simulations, Captivate can use left or right mouse clicks, key presses, and rollover images.
It can also be used to create screencasts, and to convert Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to .swf and HTML5 formats.
Download Tutorial Lynda Adobe Captivate 9 Advanced Techniques
- Teacher: Pooja Jaisingh
- Skill Level: intermediate
- Duration: 3h 18m
- Language: English
- Size: 791 MB
– Adding custom states to objects
– Using built-in states for interactive objects
– Creating and using variables
– Creating standard, conditional, and shared actions
– Adding external animations
– Creating and saving custom effects
– Adding knowledge check questions
– Randomizing quiz questions
– Converting slide notes to text to speech
– Using VTML tags
– Adding closed captions
– Setting up a custom workspace
– Using keyboard shortcuts