November 30, 2020
Evaluation version
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November 30, 2020
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Is there an evaluation version / temporary licence available, for Adobe Captivate?

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2020-12-03 17:39:05
2020-12-03 17:39:05

I’d suggest having assets, including tutorial you’d like to learn, ready so you can take advantage of the time you’re given to try it out. I found myself spending a lot of time thinking about what I would like to create and wasted time in doing so. Just my experience. Hope it’s helpful.

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2020-12-05 16:42:43
2020-12-05 16:42:43
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When you first open Adobe Captivate there is a welcome panel that includes Resources and links to tutorials.  You can also check out my free tutorials on my YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/paulwilsonlearning

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2020-12-05 16:53:33
2020-12-05 16:53:33
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There are also webinars that are always just around the corner.

https://meetus.adobeevents.com/elearning/

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2020-12-02 18:42:52
2020-12-02 18:42:52

Yes there is. However, something that is very different to almost all other trial versions of software, in this one the output lasts as long as the trial license.

Some trials have limited functionality while some have full. Some trials leave some type of watermark in the product output while others leave it open. In the case of Captivate yo get full functionality but all the work that you do with it, also stops functioning when the trial license expires. So, if you want to be able to use what you developed, you will need to purchase the full license later.

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2020-12-02 19:11:54
2020-12-02 19:11:54
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Small correction – any work published with Adobe Captivate trials last for 30 days from the date you publish. In other words, if you publish on the last day of your Captivate trial, the elearning course will function for another 30 days.

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2020-12-02 20:47:33
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And if you decide to purchase Captivate, you will need to republish those files to use them longer than the 30 days.

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2020-12-01 21:37:31
2020-12-01 21:37:31

In addition to the trial version, you can earn points on this website for your participation. These points can be traded in for a complimentary license where the work you develop can continue to be used in perpetuity. Learn more about this program here: https://elearning.adobe.com/levels/

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2020-11-30 20:31:58
2020-11-30 20:31:58

Trial version is fully functional. You can create and publish projects, but the published courses will expire after 30 days as well.

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2020-11-30 20:01:42
2020-11-30 20:01:42

Yes, you can do a 30 day trial just by downloading the software.
https://www.adobe.com/products/captivate.html

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