Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Adobe Captivate

Basic

e What is the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e Who should use the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e What is the difference between Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter Video Express?

e I already have a license to an earlier version of Adobe Captivate. What are my upgrade options?

e What are the new features in the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e Does the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate integrate with Adobe Connect and Adobe Captivate Prime?

e What kinds of rich media can I include in my Adobe Captivate content?

e Is the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate compatible with LMSs?

e Does the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate integrate with other authoring tools?

e Can I import Microsoft PowerPoint projects into the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e How does the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate compare with other rapid eLearning authoring tools, such as TechSmith Camtasia and Articulate Storyline?

e Is international language support available?

e Is the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate compatible with Microsoft Windows?

e Is the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate available for Mac OS?


Pricing and purchasing information

e How much does a new license for the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e How much does it cost to upgrade to the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate from previous versions?

e Does Adobe offer educational pricing for the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e I am a volume licensing customer. Are there policies I should be aware of?

e Can I try the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate before I buy it?


Support information

e Where do I go if I have customer service questions?

e Where do I go if I have technical support questions?

e How often do I have to connect to the Internet?

e Do I need to do anything to activate the software?

e How long can I use the product before I need to activate?

e What happens if I do not have an Internet connection or do not activate my product?

e If I don’t have an Internet connection, can I call Customer Service for phone activation?

e I have an Internet connection but received a reminder that I still need to activate my product. What do I need to do?

e I work for a company that has a volume license agreement with Adobe. Do I still need to activate?

e I work for a company that has a license with Adobe and I’ve already activated Adobe Captivate 9 on one of my computers. Do I need to activate it on the others?

e I work for a company that has a license with Adobe, and our company systems do not connect to the Internet due to firewall restrictions. What do I need to do to make sure that the software doesn’t stop working?

e Can I choose not to activate my 2017 release of Adobe Captivate?

e I didn’t know I needed an Internet connection when I purchased the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate? Is there a way to activate without having an Internet connection?

e I didn’t know I needed to have an Internet connection when I purchased the 2017 release of Adobe Captivate. What is the return policy?

e Are activation and registration the same thing?

e I have registered my product, but I’m still being asked to activate. What do I need to do?

e I misplaced my product key. How can I get a new product key?


Subscription information and pricing

e What is an Adobe eLearning software subscription?

e Which Adobe eLearning software is available on a subscription basis?

e Is there a difference between the Adobe eLearning software offered by subscription and the one available through the traditional purchasing model?

e Is subscribing to Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter or Adobe Presenter Video Express the best choice for me?

e Do I install the subscription software on my computer or is it a cloud-based application that I log in to via the Internet?

e Where can I purchase Adobe eLearning software subscription editions?

e I’m currently using a 30-day trial version. Can I convert that to a subscription?

e When I purchase a subscription from Adobe.com, do I receive the software in the mail?

e What does my Adobe eLearning software subscription include?

e What subscription plans are available?

e How much does it cost to subscribe to Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter?

e How am I billed for the subscription plan?

e Are there different payment options for subscription software?

e Is there a price discount if I already own Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter or Adobe Presenter Video Express and want to subscribe to the latest version?

e Where can I buy a subscription edition of Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter or Adobe Presenter Video Express?

e Can I purchase a volume license for a subscription edition product?

e Are Adobe eLearning software subscriptions available for government or education?

e Which language versions of Adobe eLearning software are available by subscription?

e How do I purchase and get started with my Adobe eLearning subscription software?

e When does my subscription begin?

e What if I have problems downloading my software?

e Where can I access my serial number on Adobe.com?

e What is an Adobe ID and why do I need one to use my subscription edition product?

e If I subscribe to multiple products, do I need to create multiple Adobe IDs to use them?

e What are the terms and conditions for an Adobe eLearning software subscription?

e On how many computers may I install my subscription edition software?

e What is product activation?

e Is activation required to use a subscription edition product?

e I am a small business owner and want to distribute subscription edition products to my employees. Is there any way to do that?

e Can I cancel my annual subscription? If yes, how?

e If I want to restart my subscription, can I do that at any time?

e Can I return my subscription edition product?

e My subscription has expired. How do I renew it?

e If I cancel my subscription, can I still use the software that I have?

e If I want to buy Adobe Captivate or Adobe Presenter or Adobe Presenter Video Express rather than continue to subscribe to it, do I receive a discount?

e How do I receive updates to my subscription edition product?

e When will I receive my Adobe eLearning software upgrades?

e When an upgrade to my subscription edition product becomes available, am I required to install it?

e Who do I contact if I have problems related to managing my subscription, such as billing, installation, or restarting a subscription?

e Who do I contact if I have issues with my Adobe eLearning software?

e Are service and support included with my subscription?

Adobe Captivate – Video & Executable Publish Options

4f87f277f960be1b06bd871fc73efa7fad3908ae_3e73f2fb8d48b2678defdbba011114df0ff907e1_twitterIn this Adobe Captivate QuickTip, I will answer the question what happened to Captivate’s ability to publish your CPTX projects as either video or as a stand-alone executable for Mac or PC. This tutorial is for non-responsive projects only as these two publishing methods are not compatible with responsive projects.

Publish projects as MP4 files
https://helpx.adobe.com/captivate/using/publish-projects-mp4-files.html

Publish projects as executable files
https://helpx.adobe.com/captivate/using/publish-projects-executable-files.html

Getting Started with Responsive eLearning using Fluid Boxes in Adobe Captivate (2017 release)

Adobe Captivate (2017 release) packs more punch when compared to its predecessors. In this webinar, you will learn about Fluid Boxes, a feature introduced in Captivate. The new workflow using Fluid Boxes allows you to create responsive projects more easily and works just right when the content is viewed across devices.

All you need are to add Fluid Boxes to the slide, and pick from the simple properties to flow, wrap, and align objects as per your requirement. You can also convert these fluid boxes to static fluid boxes to lock the position of the objects on the screen. Also, if you have any decorative assets in the course, you can mark them as optional, and they will magically disappear in the smaller devices.

Follow the steps as they are shown in the webinar, and see a breathtakingly, refreshing result!

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A Case Study on Microlearning as Performance Support to Reinforce Existing Training

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Microlearning, one of the hottest eLearning trends, is catching attention amongst eLearning fraternity like never before. Our recent discussion on a LinkedIn group received a stream of thoughts and perspectives on microlearning. In this blog, we will discuss the microlearning case study that illustrates how we’ve developed and delivered microlearning course/application as performance support to reinforce existing training.

Before we could explore the case study, let’s first understand what microlearning actually means. “Microlearning is not just bite-sized eLearning content that is chunked to deliver short bursts of information, but it is more than that…”

Then What is Microlearning?

Microlearning is a modern instructional design strategy that:

  • Aligns with the modern, tech-savvy workforce with shorter attention spans
  • Focusses on one specific learning outcome
  • Provides just-in-time performance support to reinforce learning and improves retention
  • Enables learners to choose when and what they need to learn at the moment of need
  • Is most cost-effective way to develop and deliver online training

Microlearning Case Study Overview:

  • Instructional Design Strategy: Microlearning Solution as performance support
  • Industry: Agriculture – Livestock Industry
  • Target Audience: Veterinary Paraprofessionals
  • Technology: HTML5 & Adobe Captivate and Android

About Client

Our client, a reputed Veterinary Research agency, is responsible to control and prevent the spread of livestock diseases. As part of their mission, they hired young veterinary professionals and trained them on:

  • preventive measures,
  • recognition of clinical signs and
  • veterinary best practices to minimize the diseases and improve animal health.

What was the Challenge?

The paraprofessionals will go through the online training which will be 2 hours seat, attempt the final quiz and get certified. On the field it was difficult for the paraprofessionals to remember every bit they learned in the training. And when they are on field they cannot access the course and look for the symptoms.

As a result, they couldn’t translate their learning on the field. Most of them would call the agency or their peers to identify clinical signs and other issues instead of resolving themselves.

Our client realized these shortcomings and approached Swift for a better learning solution that could be developed cost-effectively in a shorter timeframe.

How Did We Help?

The long training sessions and lengthy eLearning courses loaded with lots of information, but everything cannot be remembered all the time. We then proposed bite-sized microlearning approach to provide just-in-time information to supplement primary eLearning or ILT programs.

Our Microlearning Strategy Was Simple…

We ensured that the microlearning content is:

  • Well organized and easily accessible – Allowing learners to search and sort the required learning content needed at that point of time
  • Concise and contextual with bite-sized learning nuggets of 5-7 minutes focused towards one specific learning objective
  • Interactive and visually appealing with simple interface to drive learner engagement through mobile learning
  • Cross-device compatible, delivered through mobile platform – multi-device learning
  • Embedded with short videos highlighting the best practices
  • Mobile friendly and responsive – published in HTML5 via Adobe Captivate

What Was the Impact?

The quick and cost-effective Microlearning strategy yielded better results. Learners could pick and choose the relevant lessons at the point of need. There was a drastic improvement in their performance.

Short and specific learning nuggets along with reduced cognitive overload and reinforced what has been learnt. This just-in-time solution resulted in active learning.

Though microlearning is a good strategy, it is not a silver bullet for every learning solution. We must be wise enough to choose the appropriate learning strategies before we could actually design it.

Source Link: http://www.swiftelearningservices.com/microlearning-case-study/

Adobe Captivate 6 Tutorials

Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Come back to this page often as our collection is always growing. If you have a request for a topic that you don’t find here, please feel free to use the comment section below. And as always we love to hear from you!

Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 6

Round-trip with Microsoft® PowerPoint

Learn how to import your PowerPoint 2010 slides in eLearning projects with improved PowerPoint Library in Adobe Captivate 6. Bring in objects, animations and multimedia, easily update the content, and keep your PowerPoint and Adobe Captivate projects in sync with the dynamically linked import option.

Themes

Learn how to choose from attractive, professionally designed themes that blend backgrounds, styles, fonts, and layouts. Apply them across projects to maintain a consistent look and feel. You can also customize themes to suit your requirements.

Smart learning interactions

Learn how to insert aesthetically designed interactive elements to eLearning content with just a click. Simply select from a wide range of stunning out-of-the-box interactions like Process Cycle, Glossary, Accordion, Pyramid, Animated Rollover, and more, customize the content and appearance, and you’re done.

Actors

Learn how to tell your eLearning story more effectively using human characters. Select from a wide range of out-of-the-box actors making various gestures to give your eLearning a more personal touch. Set them against relevant backgrounds to make your scenarios look more realistic.

High-definition (HD) screencast

Learn how to easily create high-quality product demos with the new capture-as-a-video workflow. Edit video, and add transitions, smart shapes, audio, and captions. Insert a talking head or another video in a picture-in-picture format. Publish it to YouTube with a single click.

Audio response

Learn how to make your eLearning more personal by providing audio responses in content and quizzes. Record voice, convert text to speech, or import external sounds, and play them back when learners click on an object.

Smart Shapes

Learn how to introduce the Audio workflows, we had a two-part series training session discussing different options available to add, record and edit audio, add Text-to-Speech, etc.

Reflections

Learn how to add a new dimension to text, images, and even videos using reflections.

Object grouping

Learn how to group a set of smart shapes, images, or other objects so that you can work with them collectively. Resize, rotate, time, flip, move, or format all the objects in the group as if they were a single object.

Hyperlinks

Learn how to insert text hyperlinks to direct learners to other sections of the course or external sources for more information.

Text margins and custom bullets

Learn how to improve the appearance and readability of text by adding margins and custom bullets.

Adding Pre-tests

Learn how to use pre-tests to assess the knowledge, skill level, or training needs of individual learners. Based on the results, direct learners to the appropriate section, and quiz them at the end to gauge what they have learned.

Branch-aware quizzing

Learn how to calculate the final score of the branched quiz based only on the questions in the ‘branch’ viewed by the learner.

Partial and negative scoring

Learn how to assign a score to each correct option when a question has more than one correct answer. Discourage guesswork by penalizing learners for wrong answers.


Remediation

Learn how to make eLearning content more effective and improve the percentage of successful outcomes using the all-new remedial workflow. When answering a quiz question incorrectly, let learners revisit the relevant section, understand the concept correctly, and retry the question.


HTML5 publishing

Learn how to deliver eLearning on the go. Now publish eLearning content as HTML5, and take your courses to mobile devices. Send scoring data to leading SCORM- and AICC-compliant LMSs and track learner progress.


iPad publishing

Learn how to take your eLearning to mobile iDevices. Create interactive eLearning content in a jiffy using the iPad and iPhone presets. Publish content as HTML5, for access using browsers on iPads and iPhones.


Pause and resume

Learn how to allow learners to pause and resume linear courses across devices. By publishing eLearning content as both SWF and HTML5, learners can begin the course on either their desktop or mobile device, pause it, and then resume it on the same or another device.

Integration with SCORM- and AICC-compliant LMSs

Learn how to be assured that your scoring data will integrate smoothly with your Learning Management System (LMS). Publish your courses effortlessly to leading LMSs like Moodle, Blackboard, Plateau, Saba, and SumTotal.ss.


Submit All

Learn how to use the new Submit All feature in Adobe Captivate 6 to enable users to modify their choice for an answered question and submit all answers at once.

Text Effects

Learn how to apply text effects to the text in text captions, buttons, and smart shapes in Adobe Captivate 6.

Adding Playbar and Border

Learn how to add customized playback controls and border to your Adobe Captivate 6 courses.

Adding and Customizing Table of Contents

Learn how to add a Table of Contents to your Adobe Captivate 6 course and modify the properties and look-and-feel of TOC to suit your project requirements and specifications.

Screen Capture Enhancements

Learn about the screen capture enhancements which allow you to capture even the small changes in the screen including the mouse roll-over events. You will also learn about the new workflow to mark the unwanted slides for deletion during screen capture.

Screen with a Lightbox

Learn how to create a screen with a lightbox using Smart Shapes, Groups, and Advanced Actions features in Adobe Captivate 6.

Screen with Multiple Lightboxes

Learn how to create a screen with multiple lightboxes using Smart Shapes, Groups, and Advanced Actions features in Adobe Captivate 6.

Lightbox-style Menu

Learn how to create a lightbox-style menu using Smart Shapes, Groups, and Advanced Actions features in Adobe Captivate 6.

Accordion

Accordion Interaction

Learn how to add an Accordion interaction using the newly added smart learning interactions in Adobe Captivate 6.

Glossary

Glossary Interaction

Learn how to add a Glossary interaction using the newly added smart learning interactions in Adobe Captivate 6.

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Making Glossary available throughout the course.

Learn how to add a Glossary interaction using the newly added smart learning interactions in Adobe Captivate 6 and make it available throughout the course for the learners.

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Jigsaw Interaction

Learn how to add Jigsaw Interaction into your eLearning courses, and configure them for the size and complexity.

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Enhancements to Text-Entry-Box

Learn about various enhancements to the Text-Entry-Box which gives more control over TEB in terms of the inputs given.

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Upload HTML5 courses to Adobe Connect

Learn how to upload HTML5 courses to Adobe Connect from Adobe Captivate.

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Adobe Captivate 7 Tutorials

Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Come back to this page often as our collection is always growing. If you have a request for a topic that you don’t find here, please feel free to use the comment section below. And as always we love to hear from you!

Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 7

DnD

Adobe Captivate 7: Drag and Drop Interaction

Learn how to make eLearning fun with drag and drop games, quizzes, and learning modules that can run on desktops and iPads.

Interactions

New Interactions in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn about the new learning interactions added in Adobe Captivate 7.

Accessibility

Enhanced Accessibility Support in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to create eLearning courses that address accessibility standards such as Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0).

Powerpoint

HTML5 Support for Powerpoint Courses in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to import your PowerPoint project, including text, shapes, audio, and animations, into Adobe Captivate 7 and publish it directly to HTML5.

DnDQuestion

Drag and Drop Question in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to create a Drag and Drop question in Adobe Captivate 7.

DnDAudio

Drag and Drop Interaction with Audio Feedback

Learn how to attach audio feedback to your drag and drop interactions in Adobe Captivate 7.

YouTube

Adobe Captivate 7: YouTube Interaction

Learn how to stream YouTube videos within your courses with Adobe Captivate 7.

Webpage

Adobe Captivate 7: Web page Interaction

Learn how to embed a browser interface within your Adobe Captivate 7 courses.

Notes

Adobe Captivate 7: Notes Interaction

Learn how to add the Notes interaction in your Adobe Captivate 7 courses to enable learners to add and edit notes as they take their courses.

MathMagic

The New Equation Editor in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to add complex mathematical equations, with operators and scientific symbols to courses using the multi-purpose equation editor from MathMagic.

SharedActions

Adobe Captivate 7: Shared Actions

Learn how to create and edit shared actions which can be reused across projects in Adobe Captivate 7.

Connect

Adobe Captivate 7: Publish HTML5 Courses to Adobe Connect

Learn how to enable pause and resume functionality in you Adobe Captivate 7 courses published on Adobe Connect.

Twitter

Adobe Captivate 7: Twitter Collaboration

Learn how to enable social conversations within Adobe Captivate 7 courses with the enhanced Twitter widget.

SystemAudio

Adobe Captivate 7: System Audio Recording and Editing

Learn how to record system audio along with narration in an Adobe Captivate 7 course.

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Importing GIFT Formatted Questions in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to import GIFT formatted questions from external source to Adobe Captivate 7. We can import these questions to main filmstrip as well as to Question Pools.

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Alternate Reporting support for HTML5 content in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to report an HTML 5 course to Internal Server configured within your organization. In this tutorial you will also learn how to use Captivate Quiz Results Analyzer.

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Publishing to TinCan LMS using Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to publish to Learning Management Systems supporting TinCan APIs.

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Quizzing Enhancements for HTML5 output in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn the enhancements for Quizzing feature in Captivate 7 in terms of HTML5 output. Learn about how effects can be used inside the question slides, and view them in HTML5 output.

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Package the HTML5 content for devices using Adobe Captivate 7 App Packager

Learn how to combine the HTML5 output from Captivate 7 with other HTML5 animations from tools like Adobe Edge, and package them as apps for Android, iOS, and Metro Devices.

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Right to Left Language Support in Adobe Captivate 7

Learn how to use Right-to-Left Languages inside Adobe Captivate 7 with the latest support for Arabic, Hebrew, and Urdu Languages.

Adobe Captivate 6 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 8 Tutorials

Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Come back to this page often as our collection is always growing. If you have a request for a topic that you don’t find here, please feel free to use the comment section below. And as always we love to hear from you!

Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 8.0.1

Responsive Drag and Drop

Embedding Web Objects

Creating Symmetrical Shapes

Native App Publisher

Reset Object Position and Text in Responsive Projects

Swatches integration in color palette

Adobe Captivate 8

Introduction to Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the basic functionalities of Adobe Captivate 8. Develop any-screen responsive mobile learning without programming. Use an intuitive UI to transform PowerPoint slides into engaging eLearning using actors, voices, interactions, and quizzes. Leverage best-in-class HTML5 publishing to deliver any content to mobile devices, the web, desktops, and leading LMSs.

What’s new in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the new features and enhancements in Adobe Captivate 8. Adobe Captivate 8 reimagines the way mobile learning is crafted. Rapidly author a wide range of mobile-first, responsive eLearning content without programming using an all-new, intuitive UI. Easily preview content for different screen sizes by selecting device layouts on-the-fly. Leverage device-specific capabilities, such as GPS, accelerometer, and gesture support, to deliver mobile learning as it is truly meant to be. Now enrich your courses with new customizable interactions, themes, and smart shapes.

The New User Interface of Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the all-new user interface of Adobe Captivate 8.

Creating a Software Simulation with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a software simulation in Adobe Captivate 8.

Bringing your PPT into Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create PPT-based courses in Adobe Captivate 8.

Creating Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a quiz in Adobe Captivate 8.

Drag & Drop Interaction in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a drag and drop interaction in Adobe Captivate 8.

Responsive Design Overview

Learn about the basics of creating responsive courses with Adobe Captivate 8.

Creating Responsive Projects with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a responsive eLearning course using Adobe Captivate 8.

Using Responsive Themes and Theme colors in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to use responsive themes and modify the theme colors in Adobe Captivate 8.

Creating Custom Theme Colors in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a custom and save a custom theme color palette in Adobe Captivate 8.

Positioning Objects in Responsive Adobe Captivate 8 Projects

Learn how to position objects in responsive Adobe Captivate 8 project.

Text formatting for different breakpoints in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the different text formatting options for different breakpoints in Adobe Captivate 8.

Multi-device Preview with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to preview your responsive courses in different devices using Adobe Edge Inspect and Adobe Captivate 8.

Device-aware Delivery with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how Adobe Captivate 8 enables you to serve content the learners based on their device OS and viewport size.

Gesture Support for Adobe Captivate 8 Courses

Learn how to leverage the instinctive gestures that allow learners to tap, scroll, pinch, and swipe their way through courses.

Responsive Simulations in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a single screen capture project that works across devices with Adobe Captivate 8.

Responsive Quizzes in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create responsive quizzes with Adobe Captivate 8.

Responsive Preview and Publish Options in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to preview and publish your courses in Adobe Captivate 8.

Location-aware Learning with Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to utilize the GPS capabilities to deliver timely, location-aware content such as assessments that require learners to be at a particular geo-location with Adobe Captivate 8.

Removing Popups from Your Recording in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to get rid of the annoying notifications that pop up in the middle of your video demonstrations using Adobe Captivate 8.

Natively Import HTML5 Animations in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to import HTML5 animations into your Adobe Captivate project without requiring any plug-ins.

Natively Import Web Objects in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to embed web pages in Adobe Captivate 8 using the native web functionality in Adobe Captivate 8.

Smart Shape Enhancements in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to customize the shapes and convert them into buttons and choose different styles to indicate the up, hover, and down states in Adobe Captivate 8.

Enhancements in Shared actions in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the new enhancements in shared actions and variable parameterization in Adobe Captivate 8.

Memory Game in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create a memory game with Adobe Captivate 8.

Accelerometer-based Game in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn how to create an accelerometer-based game with Adobe Captivate 8.

Absolutely-timed Effects in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the new absolutely-timed effects in Adobe Captivate 8.

Common JavaScript Interface in Adobe Captivate 8

Learn about the common JavaScript platform for SWF and HTML5 in Adobe Captivate 8.

Adobe Captivate 7 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 9 Tutorials

Learn about Adobe Captivate from Experts. Below are links to videos that will guide you through the extraordinary features of Adobe Captivate. Come back to this page often as our collection is always growing. If you have a request for a topic that you don’t find here, please feel free to use the comment section below. And as always we love to hear from you!

Adobe Captivate 2017 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate 9

Introduction to Adobe Captivate 9

What’s New in Adobe Captivate 9

New Project

Responsive Project

Simulation

Quizzing

Captivate Draft: Storyboard

Captivate Draft: Review

Captivate Draft: Work with Creative Cloud

Multi-state objects

Multi-state objects: Drag & drop

Multi-state objects: Interactions

Multi-state objects: Slideshow

Multi-state objects: Questions

Applying Effects

Effects on Multi-state Objects

Enhancements to Responsive

Import SVG

Geo-location Enhancements

Device capture

Assets store

Publish to Adobe Captivate Prime

In-product LMS preview

Knowledge Check Questions

Review quiz buttons

Characters panel

Delay Next Action in Advanced Actions

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Adobe Captivate 8 – Tutorials

Adobe Captivate (2017 release) Tutorials

Learn from the experts. The videos below will help you get familiar with the features of Adobe Captivate (2017 release).

These are short tutorials that have been created by Adobe experts to get you up to speed on using the product.
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Introduction to Adobe Captivate (2017 release)

Create your first responsive project

Inserting a video in your project

Inserting an audio in your project

Create your first eLearning course

Section 508 compliance in Captivate

Adding Adobe Typekit fonts in your project

Assets for your 1<sup>st</sup> eLearning project

Migrating a non-responsive project to a responsive project

Record a video demo

Create a quiz to test your learners’ knowledge

Create a software simulation

Import a PowerPoint to your Captivate project

What is the Property Inspector

Use smart shapes as buttons

Preview your responsive project in various devices

Publishing, reporting, and tracking of your project in an LMS

Adobe Captivate 9 – Tutorials