Uploading .mp4 video resolution issue – not legible anymore

I have a good resolution .mp4 video that I am trying to upload as an interactive video but when I upload it the resolution is so bad that it is not usable.  What is the trick to uploading .mp4 videos so the resolution does not drop?

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8th Generation iPad 10.2″ and Adobe Captivate Draft in 2020

I just purchased a new 2020 8th generation Apple iPad 10.2″. I decided to upgrade from my 2017 9.7″ model for several reasons. Mainly compatibility with Apple Pencil, which my 2017 model did not have.

The new 2020 iPad and the Apple pencil are compatible with Adobe Captivate Draft. Adobe Captivate Draft was a storyboarding solution made available in 2015 exclusively for the iPad. I had used Android tablets up until that point but decided to get an iPad for this reason. While away on vacation that same year, I saved myself some time and effort and began a project while relaxing on the beach. What makes Adobe Captivate Draft better than other storyboarding applications is that you can load your Draft projects in Captivate to complete your computer.

I found that while I didn’t use Draft as a storyboarding tool so much, it is an excellent content collection tool for building your eLearning project libraries. I mean that you can use the tool to write, take photos, take videos, and record audio and collect it all in a single file (CPDX format) that is compatible with being loaded into Adobe Captivate 2019.

Adobe hasn’t updated Captivate Draft since 2018, but I was happy to discover that I could still use it on my brand new 2020 iPad. A bonus was that my new Apple Pencil worked flawlessly within the App. If you’re interested in this model, check out my brief review about this iPad and Apple Pencil.

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Apply Effects in Your Adobe Captivate Advanced Actions

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Hack Captivate Event Video Using Camtasia to Add Closed Captions

This expands the ability to include closed captions not only with event video but when regular closed captions are not possible for other situations as well. As you can tell by my reaction, I never thought this was possible and so easy to implement. This tutorial assumes that you have access to Adobe Captivate and Techsmith Camtasia. Get a free trial of Camtasia here: https://bit.ly/CamtasiaCp

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