September 29, 2020
Hack Captivate Event Video Using Camtasia to Add Closed Captions
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September 29, 2020
Hack Captivate Event Video Using Camtasia to Add Closed Captions
I've been an eLearning designer and developer since 2005. In 2015 I started my own eLearning design company. I began to create Adobe Captivate video tutorials to help promote my business through my own YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/paulwilsonlearning. These videos were intended to attract potential clients looking for a skilled eLearning designer and developer. This strategy proved successful as I've worked with clients from all over the world, helping them build highly engaging eLearning solutions. My YouTube channel presented an additional benefit of attracting aspiring Captivate developers to seek me out as a teacher. I now offer both online and onsite training on Adobe Captivate, teaching the skills that users need to build engaging and interactive learning.
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This expands the ability to include closed captions not only with event video but when regular closed captions are not possible for other situations as well. As you can tell by my reaction, I never thought this was possible and so easy to implement. This tutorial assumes that you have access to Adobe Captivate and Techsmith Camtasia. Get a free trial of Camtasia here: https://bit.ly/CamtasiaCp

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2020-10-13 01:37:27
2020-10-13 01:37:27

Very smart.  I used Camstasia YEARS ago.  It was only a free trial for me then.  Couldn’t really afford it.  It is nice to know that it can be used to provide cc.   Thanks.  And thanks for posting all the great vids on YouTube.  I am new to Captivate and have been using those videos.  

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2020-10-13 01:42:50
2020-10-13 01:42:50
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This worked out great for me since I already use Camtasia to make my YouTube videos. Consider it if you create any kind of software training videos.

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