March 15, 2019
Choosing the Correct Graphic Format for your eLearning
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March 15, 2019
Choosing the Correct Graphic Format for your eLearning
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2019-03-18 12:22:25
2019-03-18 12:22:25

Hi Phil,

I didn’t know it wasn’t a good idea to animate SVG files. Thanks so much for the useful information!

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2019-03-18 15:24:06
2019-03-18 15:24:06
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Animated SVG’s are not supported widely yet, but that could change in the future.

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2019-03-18 16:41:15
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SVGs work well but I recommend you don’t animate them. This means moving them on a path, scaling them and even altering their alphas for fading in and out. If they are static images that don’t move, the SVG is a great format to use.

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2019-03-18 10:35:05
2019-03-18 10:35:05

Phil, this is limited to bitmap images.  I explained this many times in all my Photoshop courses, but started with explaining the difference between bitmap and vector images. Since Captivate also supports SVG’s since several versions, I will use SVG instead of bitmap images whenever possible. Both for file size reasons, and certainly for responsive or rescalable projects.

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