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
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Hi, and welcome to Up and Running with Captivate 6. I'm David Rivers. This course is designed to get you acquainted with Version 6 of Adobe Captivate, from creating a project from scratch to adding various types of assets, creating quizzes and publishing your finished project. You'll about changes to the user interface. We'll explore how themes can save you time and get you up and running quickly with the design, look and feel of your project. We'll work with smart shapes and new hyper-linking capabilities.
We'll be using the new characters you now have at your disposal in Captivate 6. There's lots to cover, so let's get started.
PowerPoint 2010 Essential Trainingwith David Diskin3h 24m Beginner
iBooks Author Essential Trainingwith Chris Mattia6h 55m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Building a Presentation
3. Using Assets and Elements
4. Working with Media
5. Assessing eLearning
6. Publishing Your Project
Publishing to YouTube2m 58s
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