July 29, 2020
Software simulation with captions, inside a responsive project. Is this possible? How would you do it?
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July 29, 2020
Software simulation with captions, inside a responsive project. Is this possible? How would you do it?
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Hi there!

Very new to Captivate and learning as I go.

I am creating a new responsive course, which includes software simulation.

I am hoping to create a blank responsive project which has general information at the beginning and then I would like to include video which show software simulations (with captions). So as the user clicks through the tabs, it will show instructional software simulations when played, and has the option to show captions.

This is where I am up to.

Attempt 1: I made the responsive project with blank slides. I saved the software simulation as a video and embedded it into the responsive project, but when saved as a video mp4, the captions do not show on the responsive project.

Attempt 2: Next, I made a blank responsive project and created a software simulation in a new project. I copied and pasted the software simulation slides into my blank responsive project, but obviously I can’t modify the software simulation content to fit within a elearning course.

Is there any other ways to have software simulation with captions, to fit into an responsive elearning course??

Thanks,

Adrian

#CaptivateNewbie

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2020-08-06 07:02:25
2020-08-06 07:02:25

You posted same question in the Adobe forums as well.

I love to help users, but it is impossible to coach someone to participate in a triathlon tomorrow, when still needing to learn to swim, to bike and to run. Sorry for that kidding comparison.

Please master first the basics of Captivate. Can only offer one tip: it is IMPOSSIBLE to add interactive objects to a state in a multistate object. Moreover in a responsive project you cannot even add state objects in a multistate object which is in a normal Fluid Box.

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2020-08-06 01:15:26
2020-08-06 01:15:26

Bump – any thoughts?

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