- [Narrator] Now it's time to add closed captions … to the slide video … or interactive video. … For that, … let's go to slide three … and close the Slide Notes … and Timeline panel … by double-clicking it. … On this slide, … I've already added an interactive video. … Select the video and then go to the properties inspector. … There, you need to click the Edit Video Timing button. … In the Edit Video Timing panel … switch to the Closed Captioning tab. … Now, click the plus sign to add closed caption. … To copy the text here, … I have the Video CC Script file open. … You can open it from the Exercise Files Folder, … Chapter Five Folder. … Copy the first line from this file … and paste it here. … Then, click the play button … and pause when the sentence ends. … - [Male Narrator] Want to feel good throughout the day? … Start running! … - [Narrator] At this point, click the plus sign again. … Go back to the Word file, … and copy the second line. … And paste it here. … Play again, … and pause at the end of the sentence. …
- 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
Adobe Captivate for Systems Trainingwith Anastasia McCune2h 56m Intermediate
Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effectswith Pooja Jaisingh1h 18m Intermediate
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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