November 16, 2020
Showing the final interaction state when publishing interactive slides to video output in Adobe Captivate
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November 16, 2020
Showing the final interaction state when publishing interactive slides to video output in Adobe Captivate
Pooja works as a Senior Director of Digital Learning at Icertis. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and authored books and video courses on eLearning tools and technologies. In her previous roles, she worked as a principal eLearning evangelist at Adobe and chief learning geek at a start-up. Pooja is CPTD, and COTP certified. She holds a master’s degree in education & economics and a doctorate in educational technology.
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2022-03-23 13:59:26
2022-03-23 13:59:26

I’ll be sure to use it and test it in my creations!

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2022-03-23 13:57:32
2022-03-23 13:57:32

Thanks for this

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2021-12-08 01:49:52
2021-12-08 01:49:52

thanks for the help

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2021-12-08 01:49:32
2021-12-08 01:49:32

thanks for the tutorial!

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2021-12-08 01:49:14
2021-12-08 01:49:14

ah got it!

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2020-11-17 09:07:17
2020-11-17 09:07:17

Lot of the questions in the forums about issues with providing information for the stakeholders are asking for a pdf or a print document. Your approach here to provide a video is a good idea, but you also know that it will work only with rather simple interactions based on show/hide or state changes.

Due to losing lot of output functionality due to the EOL of Flash player (interactive pdf was the most flexible way, or EXE output), any idea for replacement is welcome. I use an InDesign template since many years to create a print output with all the states of interactive objects and based on manual screenshots. Lot of work, but only needed infrequently by clients. Most are happy when they can view the HTML output on a webserver.

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