Adobe Captivate – Card Flip Effect

January 30, 2018
I have been designing and developing with Adobe Captivate for over 12 years. Getting into the training field by accident, I've worked as a senior instructional designer for companies such as Bell Canada and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. When I decided to start my own eLearning development company, I began creating video tutorials on YouTube to share my knowledge of Adobe Captivate. As of fall 2017, my videos had been seen all over the world by hundreds of thousands of viewers and my channel has over 6,000 regular subscribers. I now work with companies all over the globe, consulting, designing and teaching eLearning for a variety of learning opportunities.
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Adobe Captivate – Card Flip Effect

I have been designing and developing with Adobe Captivate for over 12 years. Getting into the training field by accident, I've worked as a senior instructional designer for companies such as Bell Canada and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. When I decided to start my own eLearning development company, I began creating video tutorials on YouTube to share my knowledge of Adobe Captivate. As of fall 2017, my videos had been seen all over the world by hundreds of thousands of viewers and my channel has over 6,000 regular subscribers. I now work with companies all over the globe, consulting, designing and teaching eLearning for a variety of learning opportunities.
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January 30, 2018

In this video tutorial, I show you how you can use effects in Adobe Captivate to create the effect of a baseball card flip. For example, on one side of the card you have the image of the baseball player and on the back side, you have the player’s statistics. This could also be used to simulate what recipe cards might look like or used in credit card training that teaches employees to check for the signature of a client, and so on.

In this example, I used the baseball card for Bo Obama, President Barack Obama’s pet dog. Don’t ask me why they made a baseball card for the family pet, but like all government photography, it’s in the public domain so I’m free to use it for this example.

My Patreon subscribers can download the project file for this video.
https://patreon.com/paulwilsonlearning

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2018-03-05 12:55:00
2018-03-05 12:55:00

Very slick! Thanks Paul.

Very slick! Thanks Paul.

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2018-03-05 20:31:27
2018-03-05 20:31:27
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Thanks, Chuck.

Thanks, Chuck.

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2018-02-14 19:44:53
2018-02-14 19:44:53

Very cool! I created a similar interaction using the spin effect and a multi-state object.

Very cool! I created a similar interaction using the spin effect and a multi-state object.

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2018-01-31 16:33:30
2018-01-31 16:33:30

Paul, Do you mind if I ask what application you used to create this video. I especially like the multiple screen and animations. Hector Castanon

Paul,

Do you mind if I ask what application you used to create this video. I especially like the multiple screen and animations.

Hector Castanon

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2018-02-02 20:50:04
2018-02-02 20:50:04
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Adobe Presenter Video Express

Adobe Presenter Video Express

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