Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating closed captions, part of Up and Running with Captivate 6.
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Any time we add video to a Captivate project, we have to keep in mind there may be…some people who simply cannot hear what they're seeing in the video, and in that…scenario, we want to add closed captioning.…That's what we are going to do with our Volunteer_orientation project here.…If you've been following along with me, we are on slide number 10.…If you need to get caught up with me, you can go to the Exercise Files in the…Chapter4 folder, and open up Volunteer_orientation_SAMOCA20.…So here on slide 10 is where our video starts, and we may want to add some closed captioning.…
It could be a hardware issue that people can't hear what they're seeing.…It could be an accessibility issue as well.…So it really doesn't matter the scenario; the process is the same.…We select the video;…over here in the Properties panel, we go to the Video section, and click Edit Video Timing,…and here's where we'll find the Closed Captioning tab.…So we do have a Timeline, we can preview this; click the Play button to listen.…
The course shows how to make a presentation from scratch or with built-in themes, import Photoshop images and PowerPoint slides, and add interest with animation, widgets, and video. It also demonstrates how to prepare for and record a software simulation, synchronize video, add audio, and build quizzes into your project.
- What is eLearning?
- Choosing a workspace
- Adding text, shapes, and images to projects
- Linking in Captivate
- Inserting interactive elements
- Using built-in actors
- Adding voiceover to projects
- Using different question types on quizzes
- Scoring tests and quizzes