Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating touch events for mobile, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- When you're creating instructional media…for mobile devices,…it's extremely helpful to your learners…if you add touch event callouts to your videos.…Now in this episode of Training Tips Weekly,…we're going to look at how to create these callouts…and how to apply them.…And with normal screen cast content,…the learner can follow the movements…of your mouse cursor on screen,…but mobile devices based on IOS and Android…do not have a mouse cursor,…therefore you need to manually add these visual callouts…to direct your learners attention…to where and how you're interacting with your device.…
Now there are five basic types of interactions…that are common across both platforms.…Touch, tap, swipe, pinch,…and multi-touch gestures.…Let's assume you've already captured the screen…of your mobile device…and we've seen multiple tools over previous episodes…on how to do this.…Including using QuickTime, Windows Game Capture,…Camtasia, ScreenFlow, and Reflector.…For this episode,…let's look at the two most common screen capture tools,…
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