September 2, 2011
HTML5 – Coming Soon!
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September 2, 2011
HTML5 – Coming Soon!
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Always wondered how to publish Adobe Captivate projects to HTML5?

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If you are looking to create HTML5 based content or have created HTML5 based content, we would love to talk with you, please leave us a comment.

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2012-10-12 17:43:00
2012-10-12 17:43:00

yes eh i wanna create a video-player can someone help me???

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2012-02-16 16:57:00
2012-02-16 16:57:00

Hüseyin Ada 1 comment collapsed Collapse Expand
Congratulations on your site that is always open to innovation. http://www.sinsi.ws you designed your programsThank youu

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2012-02-08 19:05:00
2012-02-08 19:05:00

html5 is now time to learn a little bit

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2012-02-07 06:10:00
2012-02-07 06:10:00

Congratulations on your site that is always open to innovation. http://www.bakireyim.com you designed your programsThank youu

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2012-02-04 17:27:00
2012-02-04 17:27:00

Thank you very goods.

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2012-01-16 11:46:00
2012-01-16 11:46:00

Sort of feels like I’ve been waiting forever for this! I really need to be able to reach mobile devices!

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2011-12-20 11:17:00
2011-12-20 11:17:00

Ara naqra inti tmur inti mod tiegħek lura, http://www.gerdekevi.com

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2011-12-20 11:15:00
2011-12-20 11:15:00

Ara naqra inti tmur inti mod tiegħek lura, http://www.gerdekevi.com

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2011-11-05 00:58:00
2011-11-05 00:58:00

Hi, My name is John Lawrence of eLearningTV http://www.cogentys.com/elearningtv/ We are the only show dedicated to the world of corporate training and development. I am doing research for the next episode which is on HTML5 for eLearning applications and would love to interviewe a person from Adobe. I can be reached at john.lawrence@cogentys.com 323 466 6806

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2011-10-20 05:09:00
2011-10-20 05:09:00

Ara naqra inti tmur inti mod tiegħek lura, http://www.ayporno.net

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2011-10-03 14:47:00
2011-10-03 14:47:00

Luminosity Studio from CM Group is a rapid eLearning authoring toolset that outputs in HTML5 – it supports a choice of formats including HTML4 and Silverlight and can optionally include Flash assets
Luminosity Lightshow from the same company is a low cost product that generates HTML5 software application simulations

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2011-09-27 07:11:00
2011-09-27 07:11:00

I publish with both Captivate and Presenter and would like to hear more about this new feature.

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2011-09-23 19:42:00
2011-09-23 19:42:00

This feature would keep Captivate relevant to an increasingly tablet and mobile centric world. Like many, I am extremely curious (dare I say skeptical) as to what level of integration to expect, including 3rd party widgets etc…Adobe – please do no over-promise and under-deliver – here’s your chance to shoot straight. That being said, great product direction!

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2011-09-20 20:52:00
2011-09-20 20:52:00

This sounds great! I have also wondered about HTML 5.

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2011-09-16 23:29:00
2011-09-16 23:29:00

Will the HTML5 output include any interactive elements from the Captivate project, or will it just be HTML5 video (non-interactive)?

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2011-09-19 10:29:00
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Interactive application simulations captured using #AdobeCaptivate can be published as HTML5 (retaining the interactivity). In-fact, even your old Captivate SWFs can be published as HTML5! Do visit our FB page to learn more on this. http://www.facebook.com/adobecaptivate

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2011-09-06 13:58:00
2011-09-06 13:58:00

Being able to serve our Captivate content on iPads is important to our team. We create software simulations by the dozens and would love it if this could work without Flash Player.

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2011-10-03 14:49:00
2011-10-03 14:49:00
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You might want to check out Luminosity Lightshow for HTML5 software application simulations, google it or click on http://www.cm-luminosity.com

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2011-09-06 13:10:00
2011-09-06 13:10:00

What will happen with trackable Captivate files when published to Adobe Connect for tracking purposes?

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2011-09-06 23:38:49
2011-09-06 23:38:49
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Ole – We are looking to build tracking into this content as well. If you are interested in joining an “Early Preview” of HTML5, leave a comment on our facebook page – http://www.facebook.com/adobecaptivate – akshay (http://www.twitter.com/akshay_bh)

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2011-09-06 12:32:00
2011-09-06 12:32:00

Hi,
I was searching for HTML5 but i can’t find huge knowledge but your blog must give sufficient knowledge about HTML5.
Thanks

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2011-09-06 23:39:27
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You may want to join our facebook page as well – http://www.facebook.com/adobecaptivate

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2011-09-06 00:37:00
2011-09-06 00:37:00

Looking forward to it, but wow I’m not an Adobe fan…
http://JavitaCoffeeMLM.com

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2011-09-03 22:23:00
2011-09-03 22:23:00

Thumbs up, let’s see what you’ve got!

Will this also be announced on this blog or twitter for those of us that don’t use Facebook?

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2011-09-03 04:08:00
2011-09-03 04:08:00

Yeah! its nice to be aware of this new feature…

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2011-09-03 04:08:00
2011-09-03 04:08:00

Yeah! its nice to be aware of this new feature…

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2011-09-03 01:52:00
2011-09-03 01:52:00

This will be one heck of a shift if you guys can pull this off this quickly…assuming you’re not talking about simply changing the wrapper html that loads in the swf files : )

mark
http://www.elearninglive.com

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2011-09-02 23:09:00
2011-09-02 23:09:00

I’m very much looking to create HTML5 content, but I’m not keen on server-hosted options like Rapid Intake’s Mlearning Studio.

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2011-09-02 05:48:00
2011-09-02 05:48:00

what about Presenter …any HTML5 plans for that tool?

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2011-09-02 07:10:00
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Sven – I can’t confirm a plan on that yet, our facebook page is a good way to stay in touch with our future plans.

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2012-02-19 08:27:00
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2011-09-02 05:25:00
2011-09-02 05:25:00

Sounds interesting. But what about people like me, who not at any price (!) want to register at facebook?

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2011-09-02 06:49:00
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Marc – “Like” us on facebook and get access to the first version when it comes out, no cost involved.

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2011-09-02 09:54:00
2011-09-02 09:54:00
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Hmmm, i’am heaviliy tempted… ok.

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2011-09-01 21:20:00
2011-09-01 21:20:00

Time to pull out your wallets. Adobe is introducing a new feature.

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2011-09-02 06:48:00
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James – The first version will be free for you to try out

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2012-02-19 08:25:00
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I didn’t leave the Republican Party, it left me!

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2011-09-01 19:05:00
2011-09-01 19:05:00

Is it something that is connected with Adobe Edge ?
Will there be a chance to convert old projects ?

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2011-09-02 07:08:00
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Piotrek – This project is specifically focussed on Captivate publishing to HTML5, Edge is a more generic tool for HTML5.

Yes, you will be able to bring in Captivate 3/4/5 projects into Captivate 5.5 and output HTML5 content.

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2011-09-02 07:12:00
2011-09-02 07:12:00
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Thanks for the answer I can’t wait to test it.

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2012-03-05 02:09:00
2012-03-05 02:09:00
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severim böyle forumu güzelmiş

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