Quality of video playback on Prime

March 1, 2019
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Quality of video playback on Prime

Newbie 2 posts
Followers: 0 people
March 1, 2019

Using Pro Premier and exploring Export I noticed a note about some LMS not effectively playing video in e-learning programs. Just want to confirm that Pro Premier video and Captivate Prime are highly compatible as my test program for the platform has a lot of video in it.

Thank you.

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2019-03-04 18:15:03
2019-03-04 18:15:03

OK I thought Captivate would generally know about its compatibility with Prime, since the products are clearly connected. Might be a good idea for y’all to have recommendations for publishing Captivate programs for Prime.

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2019-03-04 18:57:06
2019-03-04 18:57:06
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stevew36539939
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I am just a user like you, and do not have a Prime account (above my budget).

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2019-03-03 09:08:35
2019-03-03 09:08:35

I suppose this is not a real question, just a positive feedback on the collaboration between Captivate Prime and videos produced with Premiere Pro? Do you publish to H264?

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2019-03-04 14:48:59
2019-03-04 14:48:59
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Actually this is a real question. This will be my first time publishing to Prime (as a Free Trial Test, and my program has ample video. I will publish to mp4 4:3 ¬†because that’s the ration it was shot in. There is about 1.5 hours of video with testing in between the clips. Please advise.

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2019-03-04 15:14:07
2019-03-04 15:14:07
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stevew36539939
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Oops, I am not at all a Prime expert, just know quite a lot about Captivate.

It is very rare to see questions about Prime in this portal. My suggestion is to post it in the bit Adobe forums (forums dot adobe dot com), which have a Prime forum.

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