Hello, I’m using the most current version of Adobe Captivate 2019 on a Windows 1o system. I have background audio playing for my eLearning project and I would like to have the option for the learner to mute the background audio if they wish. Is it possible in Captivate to mute the background audio and if so how do I accomplish it?
Now that Flash is gone, has there been any chatter of when Adobe will be releasing a new/updated version of Captivate that removes all of the Flash-based Learning Interactions that still exist (I’m using the Captivate 2019 version) and replaces them with quick-and-easy-to-use Learning Interactions that work in HTML5? I’m struggling to easily create interactive and engaging eLearning modules for my learners and would love to see the old flash-based learning interactions converted to HTML5 so that I can easily create some interesting, engaging and interactive elements.
Hey. Searched but couldn’t find a similar issue, apologies if this has been asked before.
I started using captivate on my personal laptop, now I want to move everything to my work laptop. How do I transfer all the work I have already done, from 1 to the other?
We’ve released a build that addresses issues with Adobe Captivate (2019 release) on macOS Big Sur (macOS 11).
Note: This is a certified build.
We’d like your feedback, which will help us immensely as we work on the production update, which we shall release soon.
We shall keep you posted of any development on this.
Install the build
Pre-requisite: Uninstall the existing version of Captivate (2019 release).
Download the build and double-click the .dmg file. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Does Captivate (2019 release) work on M1 chipset?
No, Captivate (2019 release) DOES NOT work on machines with M1 chipset.
We are working on this.
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we created an e-learning course in Captivate which works quite fine on several devices. But now there is a problem on mobile apple devices with iOS 14 and Safari. As LMS we use Moodle, updated to most recent version.
The issue is, that Moodle does not track the course at all. If the learner stops the course e.g. at slide eleven, then close the course and start it again from Moodle, the course alway starts from slide one. On other than apple devices and on the test platform SCORM Cloud (even with apple device), the tracking works correctly.
Is there anyone with the same problem and maybe a solution?
Is there anyone who can give me informations, which settings I should use in Captivate Preferences to reach a maximum of compatibility with Moodle?
Thanks in advance for your support! Tanja.
A sample project with some ideas to help stimulate your thought process.
I thought the Heart Anatomy would be fun
The project utilizes rollovers with some animated gifs and also a drag and drop quiz.
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