Adobe Captivate (2019 release) Update 2 Tutorials
New features & enhancements in Adobe Captivate (2019 release) Update 2
Adobe Captivate reimagines the way interactive eLearning is created for a multi-device world. Rapidly author a wide range of interactive and responsive HTML5-based eLearning content without programming.
Read on for a quick introduction to the new features and enhancements introduced in the 2019 release of Adobe Captivate.
- Introduction to the All-new Assets Panel
- Adding Quick Start Slides to the Project
- Creating a Responsive Project using Quick Start Projects
- Creating a Non-responsive Project using Quick Start Projects
- Play Video Action for Hotspots in Virtual Reality Projects
- Hotspot Enhancements for Virtual Reality Projects
- Overlay Enhancements for Virtual Reality Projects
What’s New in Adobe Captivate 2019 Update 2
Getting started with Captivate and need some help with creating a shiny new project, or you’ve used the previous versions of Captivate and looking for some help to update your Captivate skills, there’s good news for you!
We have published new video tutorials covering the basic, advanced, and new workflows in Captivate 2019. In these videos, you will learn VR Enhancement, Themes,Asset Panel, Productivity videos,Branching/Forced Navigation, Interactive video and the other features and functionalities in Captivate.
Introduction to Adobe Captivate 2019 update
What’s new in Adobe Captivate 2019 (update 2)
Change fonts and colors of a theme with minimal clicks while maintaining high productivity.
Using Theme Fonts
Using Multiple Themes in a Single Project
The all-new Asset Panel empowers you to create aesthetically-designed, responsive eLearning courses, in just a few minutes. Leverage ready-to-go slides from these projects to effectively design complex branching logic and interactions like drag and drop, click and reveal, without programming.
Introduction to the All-new Assets Panel
Adding Quick Start Slides to the Project
Creating a Responsive Project using Quick Start Projects
Creating a Non-responsive Project using Quick Start Projects
Speed up your authoring by drastically reducing the number of steps required to use images as buttons in your eLearning course. The latest update of Adobe Captivate, now allows you to add any image or an SVG to your course and directly use it as a button. Define actions or advanced actions and assign them to the button in a few simple steps.
SVG Fill and Button
Image as a button
Copy Paste Appearance
Leap over the hurdle of authoring complex branching logic, to create multi-module eLearning courses. The all-new Quick Start Project branching slides help you easily create branching logic without programming or using advanced actions.
Forced Navigation Interaction
Display text and image, play audio or video, or perform navigation based actions on click of a hotspot. Now Adobe Captivate makes it possible for you to customize the styling of a hotspot and its display text.
Play Video Action for Hotspots in Virtual Reality Projects
Hotspot Enhancements for Virtual Reality Projects
Overlay Enhancements for Virtual Reality Projects
Liven up demos and training videos by making them interactive. Record your own or bring in existing Vimeo videos. Add informational slides or knowledge check questions as overlays at specific points on the video. Add bookmarks in the timeline to aid learner remediation. Customize feedback options for answers and interactions