Adding video to a slide


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Adding video to a slide

In this lesson, we'll explore adding video to our Captivate projects. We're going to be using the Chapter 6_ e file that we created in a previous part of this chapter. Please open it now and then go to the last slide. Right-click or Ctrl+Click on the last slide, and then Insert a new Blank Slide. We're going to insert some video on this slide. While we do that, I'll provide some best practices for encoding video for your Captivate projects. We insert video one of two ways. In this lesson, we're going to look at inserting a self-contained video file that will play on the slide by itself.

From the Insert menu, choose FLV or F4V File. Captivate can only display Flash video, and again, that's the FLV format or the F4V format. You might be wondering, well, where do I get these kinds of things? I don't understand that. That's okay. Captivate will allow you to convert other video formats; however, for the moment we're going to be using strictly the FLV or F4V form...

Adding video to a slide
Video duration: 7m 9s 7h 32m Beginner Updated Aug 05, 2011

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Adding video to a slide provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by James Lockman as part of the Captivate 5 Essential Training

Subject:
Education + Elearning
Software:
Captivate
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