Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding media from the Media Library, part of Up and Running with Lectora Inspire.
…So far in this chapter, we've learned how easy…it is to insert our own graphic files, video, audio.…But did you know, you have access to entire…library of stock, animations, characters, graphic files, even audio?…We're going to take a look at it, now as…we continue working with our New Hire Orientation title here.…And if you've been following along with me, we're simply going to…go the next page in this marketing section titled Test Your Knowledge.…Select it.…If you've jumped to this movie open up KE_Orientation05_06 and go this page.…
Here you can see we have a title.…We have a couple of graphic elements for jumping to the quiz or main menu.…We have some text instructions down below and this character.…That came in from PowerPoint.…Character seems to be holding up the wrong hand,…however, so let's click that character, that selects her.…Press Delete on…the keyboard, and she's gone.…Now it's time to go get our own, and that means going over to…the righthand side of your screen where you'll find a tab for the stock library.…
- Setting up a title
- Adding structure with chapters and sections
- Formatting text
- Using images, audio, and video
- Creating a new page layout
- Adding page transitions
- Working with actions: playing media, adding buttons, and more
- Adding test questions
- Publishing your Lectora title
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. About Lectora
Uses for Lectora Inspire2m 28s
2. Getting Started
3. Setting Up a Title
4. Working with Text
5. Adding Graphics and Media
6. Page Layout and Design
7. Actions and Interactions
8. Tests and Quizzes
9. Publishing Your Title
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