- [Narrator] Similar to the VR projects, … you can add 360 degree slides to normal … and responsive projects and it will load seamlessly … alongside the video slides, simulations, quizzes, et cetera. … When reaching a 360 slide the learners will be able … to navigate the 360 world using their mouse. … But these slides cannot be viewed in a VR device, … as the rest of the project uses a 2-D environment. … Let's take a look at the work flow … to add 360 slides to normal projects. … For that, go to the File menu, select New Project, … and then select either Blank Project or Responsive Project. … For this example, let's select Blank Project. … Click Ok and this will create a blank project … for you with a normal slide. … Let's close the Timeline and the Properties Inspector … to get a better view of the slide. To add a 360 slide go … to the Toolbar and select Slides. Then select 360 Slide. … This will add a 360 slide to your project. … To add a 360 image, click Add 360 Image/Video button …
- Adding interactive videos
- Creating a virtual reality (VR) project
- Adding 360-degree slides to normal projects
- Adding hotspots and questions
- Building simple and complex interactions
- Adding accessibility text
- Assigning keyboard shortcuts
- Adding audio and video closed captions
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Interactive Videos
2. Virtual Reality Projects and 360-Degree Slides
3. Custom Interactions: Simple
4. Custom Interactions: Complex
5. Enable Accessibility
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