Captivate 2019 Aggregator Option


I am trying to determine if Adobe Aggregator is the best option to combine several videos into a elearning module.  I have six captivate videos and I want to combine them into one file to create a module. I had issues using the Aggregator option. I was able to upload all the SWF files into the Aggregaor but then they would not preview. I attempted again and I could not upload the SWF files. I was getting an error messages  “stating mp4 is the dependent file and it does not exist” It does exist but I only upload the SWF file into Aggregator.  Any help would be appreciated.  If this is not be best option to combine what other suggestions can you give.  I already try to copy and paste to new project but ran into issues there too.

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Adding a Banner to a recorded training simulation

I am relatively new to Captivate and understand how to record a training simulation. However, after recording the project, my manager asked for an image to appear across the top of every slide. This is basically an image created by our Marketing Manager that is inserted above the slide (it contains our logo).

My manager then asked someone else to add this image to do this on the previously recorded projects. I have asked the person to send me instructions on what he did but he is contract, so I’ve not heard back as yet. I now find myself in a situation where i need to add the image about three new slides I had to add to the simulation.

Can anyone tell me how he might have done this? I also need to know how to “improve” on this as there is a slight hitch with any recorded video steps (such as resizing or moving an object). the animated slide shrinks to run the animation and then goes back to the full slide size to continue the simulation.

I have attached a copy of the project in HTML as a zip file per above. I am pretty desperate to figure this out as soon as possible.

Thank you!

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The Future Of Learning And Development: Goodbye Classrooms, Hello eLearning

The future of eLearning is bright. But even in our technology-driven world, barriers still exist between the online world and the average internet user. Will Learning and Development ever be exclusively digital?

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The 4 Most Important Components Needed To Design An Online Onboarding System

The pandemic has created the largest global remote workforce in history and it has helped highlight some major opportunities for growth. For many companies, redesigning their onboarding system to be completely online will support the change/growth needed for them to adapt to the “new normal.”

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10 Questions You Should Answer Before Starting An Online School

We often find ourselves caught up in a lot of questions if we’re to start an online school. How to proceed? What things to consider? Who to take advice from? You often wonder, wouldn’t it be best if someone would have done the research for me? Well, look no more.

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revisiting cooperation

Die Unterscheidung zwischen „collaboration“ und „cooperation“ funktioniert in der deutschen Sprache nicht so richtig. Irgendwie führt bei uns alles zur „Zusammenarbeit“. Dabei ist die Unterscheidung, wie Harold Jarche sie auslegt, wichtig: „collaboration means ‘working together’. … cooperation means ‘sharing’“, schreibt er in Anlehnung an Stephen Downes. Und „cooperation“ wird immer wichtiger, wenn wir es mit komplexen Problemen zu tun haben, die nicht an der Grenze unseres Teams oder unserer Organisation haltmachen.

„Shifting the emphasis of much of our work from collaboration — which still is required to get tasks done — to cooperation, in order to thrive in a networked enterprise, means reassessing some of our assumptions and work practices.“ Es kann bedeuten, dass Netzwerken wichtiger als klassische Teamarbeit wird. Oder dass detaillierte Jobbeschreibungen ins Leere greifen. Oder dass wir mehr in „Learning Ecosystems“ denken.
Harold Jarche, Blog, 27. September 2020

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