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Adobe Captivate 4 is an industry leader in screen capture and development training technology. In Captivate 4 Essential Training, Tim Plumer, Jr., shows how to use this program, along with its multifaceted screen capture tools, to its fullest potential. Starting from scratch, Tim demonstrates how to create a presentation using video, text, voiceover, music, and more. He even covers how to create e-learning tests and assess the results. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music plays.) Hello,there. My name is Tim Plummer, Jr. and I'm here to show you how to use Adobe Captivate 4 and its multifaceted screen capture tools to its fullest potential. This title, Adobe Captivate 4 Essential Training, has been created from my ten years of experience as a presenter and an educator. In these lessons I'll show you how to import your content from a variety of sources as well as the various ways to publish your projects. I'll share with you both the tactical information you'll need to get in and create good looking projects for whatever your needs may be, plus I'll add strategies that I've discovered along the way while creating my own projects using Captivate.
As we continue to look for ways to both increase the impact of our communications and squeeze everything we can from the dollars that we spend delivering our message, Captivate offers some exciting new ways to achieve both goals. As we'll see when we go over the tutorials, there are many uses for Captivate that jump way beyond its initial incarnation as a software simulator. So grab the mouse and let's get started.
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