In this Adobe Captivate video tutorial, I demonstrate how you can work with background images in your fluid box responsive design eLearning projects and ensure they line up the way you want them to.
When: Wednesday 7 February 11am-12pm (AEDT)
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This Chemistry themed tic-tac-toe game allows you to select any position on a tic-tac-toe grid. Once a spot has been selected you are given a chemistry question that must be answered either True or False. Correct questions are given an “O”, incorrect questions are given an “X”. Just like tic-tac-toe if you get 3 correct in a sequence you win.
Play the game here:
State views simplified this task of organizing objects – all interactions take place on one slide.
Inserting Multi-Slide MP4 video presents Connection Error on Playback of projects published to local machine.
1. Captivate 2017 ver 10.0.192. (Updates controlled by server. In process of validating current version with IT)
2. Project IS NOT published to LMS. Issue presents when published to and viewed from Local Machine.
2. MP4 videos were created using the Software Simulation function in Captivate 2017. (MP4s reside in the publishing directory on the local machine).
3. I have used a relative path as well as a local machine path. No difference. Connection error exists regardless. (MP4s are being published directly to the same publish folder as the project).
5. The Preview in Browser function from within Captivate has no playback or connection error issue. (Behavior is normal and as expected)
3. Able to import the .swf generated by the Software Simulation into the project and playback and performs normally and as desired. (Unfortunately Closed Captions are required and must be edited only via the Edit Video Timing function. Using the .swf animation is unfortunately not a viable workaround)
6. Research on Adobe Forum and web has not found a directly related issue. (Frankly, I am suspecting a bug)
7. IE setting are replicated form a “known good” project and separate machine. IE settings “appear to be correct though suspect in this new version of Captivate.
8. Same behavior in Chrome as well.
Any assistance or advice is greatly appreciated as I have spent far to0 much time troubleshooting this. I suspect a bug though hoping I am wrong and another solution exists.
In this Adobe Captivate Quick Tip, I briefly explain my thoughts on what resolution you should use for your fluid box responsive design preview.
In 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
Publish projects as executable files
Okay, so I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “Hey Paul, you promised to never do a Captivate 8 or 9 tutorial again”, and that’s right. I did say that but this is actually a Captivate 2017 tutorial that just happens to include steps that would work for Captivate 8 or 9 as well. In this video, I show you how you can create a custom interaction that can be used as a glossary page in your Adobe Captivate project. If you found this video useful, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel at Paul Wilson Adobe Captivate Tutorials. Please share this video with your colleagues.
In this Adobe Captivate eLearning live stream, I will share with you how I create a custom theme for Adobe Captivate 2017
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Join me to learn about the tips and tricks for using Fluid Boxes in Captivate and make the most of them. She will also cover the best practices for creating responsive simulations, click-based interactions, drag-and-drop interactions, quizzes, etc. Along the way, learn about some tips and tricks for using Fluid Boxes with Master Slides, Multi-state Objects, and more. Don’t miss it!
Webinar title: Advanced Tips and Tricks to create Responsive Projects in Adobe Captivate (2017 Release)
Date and time: 7th November 2017 | 8:00 AM PT