I don’t know if i am going mad, but i am pretty sure that in the past, i was able to add blank slides to the beginning of my software simulation, but I am no longer able to do so. I am also pretty sure that i could shuffle slides up and down in the filmstrip, but again, I am unable to do so as of a few days ago. Is anyone else experiencing this issue?
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I’d been using Captivate to record screen steps for months and recently, I have several issues with the mouse clicks are not recorded, my current solution is to restart PC and restart captivate, but it’s getting annoying. sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t.
any suggestion that I can do to solve this issue?
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I hope someone can help me!
I recorded a demo and am making adjustments to it. I have an issue with one slide where a pop-up menu is supposed to appear. It does appear, but not until the very last second of the slide. I need this to be the focus of this slide but don’t want to have to record a new demo.
Is there a way to adjust the timing so I don’t have to re-record the demo?
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I am a new Captivate user and I am trying to record a software simulation of our software, which is web based. As i navigate through the clicks, my text caption boxes insert, but Captivate does not capture the name of what I am clicking on. Instead of inserting a text caption that says “Click File”, it will say “Click”. I manually have to go in and add the text to each text caption and resize the box. This is not scalable for the amount of recording i have to do. Any idea why this is not working? For example, I would expect the text caption box below to read “Select Dispatch” but it only says “Select”. To troubleshoot, i recorded a demo in Word and all text boxes behave as I would expect….they say Select+the name of what menu item I am clicking. Help! I have a HUGE project I need to get done ASAP. Thanks!
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Training Video Created using Captivate.
The subject of Video: “Sumif Formula in Excel”
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I can’t see my Iphone X max in the device demo although i connected and unlocked with my new Mac.
Also the web cam in the mac not working while I open the video demo options.
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Captivate, and elearning in general, is new to me so I am looking for all tips possible here!
I am doing an introductory video for an online course I am developing. This video includes some animations, done in Adobe Animate (as I explain what the software package can do) and then I move onto some screen capture clips whilst I give a brief description of each lesson topic.
So I have an animation, converted to a video clip, as well as the screen captures done in Captivate, also converted to movie clips.
All these clips are put together using Premiere Pro to make the full video, and I have added the audio file that accompanies the video.
So a few questions:
- Is this the right way to do this kind of thing?
- What are your processes to follow for the above type content.
- What other methods could make a video of this type easier to compile?
Any tip here are helpful, so thanks in advance.
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I want to build or capture a software simulation and then sync audio. What is your tried and tested process or the best practices that helped you?
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Just started with Captivate 2019, I needed to do a video tutorial for a design software package, I had never done anything like it before. Within about 15 minutes I had screen recording up and running, corrected audio soon followed and there was my first video (audio is much trickier than I thought, plus hearing one’s own voice takes a bit of getting used to!).
I can’t wait to explore the other tools for my Graphic Design Fundamentals course I am putting together.
Takes my design as well as my lecturing to a new level and opens it up to a new audience!
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