January 15, 2020
From Flash to HTML : enabling e-learning to play in browser without using Flash
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January 15, 2020
From Flash to HTML : enabling e-learning to play in browser without using Flash
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Can anyone help me with instructions or links on how to convert e-learning material from Flash to HTML.

  • I have used the HTML5 Tracker in Captivate to find elements that are not compatible with HTML. I have deleted those or made work around solutions, so there are no items listed when I use the HTML tracker.
  • Then I published the file and selected both SWF and HTML.
  • Then I have loaded the SCORM file to an LMS
  • But when I want to execute the e-learning video in fx. the Google Chrome browser I still receive a message saying Flash is not supported. How do I solve this issue or what steps am I missing in making this work in a HTML format?

I hope someone can guide me in the right direction.

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2020-01-17 11:27:33
2020-01-17 11:27:33

You’re welcome. Hope your problems are solved now!

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2020-01-17 11:00:37
2020-01-17 11:00:37

Thank you very much, Lieve 🙂

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2020-01-16 09:16:25
2020-01-16 09:16:25

Your problem is due to the dual publishing. Do not do that anymore, because Captivate will always show the SWF output when the course is launched in a desktop browser. Publish ONLY to HTML5 and your problem will be solved.

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