- 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
- [Pooja] In this era of global organizations, the need for e-learning and online training has increased exponentially. Online, you are able to reach a larger audience and provide training precisely when it's needed. Captivate has been an industry leading authoring tool for nearly two decades now, and it enables authors to create all kinds of e-learning courses, which include application simulations, scenario based courses, compliance courses, mobile learning and virtual reality courses. To make the most of this powerful software, I'll show you how to easily convert your videos to interactive videos, create virtual reality courses using 360 degree assets, build different kinds of custom interactions and learn how to make training accessible so that it benefits all learners. I'm Dr. Pooja Jaisingh, senior Adobe learning evangelist and author of Mastering Adobe Captivate book. If you're ready to take your Captivate skills to the next level, then come join me in my Advanced Captivate Techniques course on LinkedIn Learning.
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1. Interactive Videos
2. Virtual Reality Projects and 360-Degree Slides
3. Custom Interactions: Simple
4. Custom Interactions: Complex
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