Hi all – So I heard that you can just use a youtube video to insert to captivate as an interactive project, then apply overlays. What could be easier? (ok, a few things, but this is REALLY EASY!!!
Hi all – this is a re-usable asset with a focus on both markers and overlays in an interactive video. I discovered something really interesting in putting this together. It’s that when you are inserting overlays, the possible overlay slides show up pretty small, and unless you have large font or images, they can be hard to see, making it hard to distinguish which one you need.
But fun fact! You can insert markers to show you the exact position in which to insert the overlay slides, and THEN go back, look at the overlay slides directly, and return to the interactive video to insert the correct overlay slide in the correct place.
Captivate makes this look so professional, and I’m excited to demo it at our next sprint review, for the new product managers that I hope will find it useful.
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…with a knowledge check in the overlay. I hope this example is useful to folks out there!
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I hope this is helpful to people. This is an example project of filming a person talking with two separate cameras, then changing back and forth between camera angles. And also occasionally showing a picture all in the same mp4 video. I filmed that with two panasonic cameras, edited in video editing software (camtasia 2019), then imported the mp4 with both angles and greenscreen removed to captivate.
Then created a knowledge check.
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