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Der Sci-Fi-Thriller Captive State befasst sich mit dem Zusammenleben außer- und irdischen Lebens nach einer Alien-Invasion in Chicago - und einer m. Zehn Jahre sind vergangen, seit Außerirdische in Chicago eingefallen sind und die Herrschaft über die Stadt übernommen haben. Seitdem leben die Menschen in einer scheinbar perfekten Welt ohne Verbrechen und Armut. Doch die Erdbewohner zahlen dafür. Captive State ist ein Science-Fiction-Thriller von Rupert Wyatt, der am März in die US-amerikanischen Kinos kam.

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Zehn Jahre sind vergangen, seit Außerirdische in Chicago eingefallen sind und die Herrschaft über die Stadt übernommen haben. Seitdem leben die Menschen in einer scheinbar perfekten Welt ohne Verbrechen und Armut. Doch die Erdbewohner zahlen dafür. Captive State ist ein Science-Fiction-Thriller von Rupert Wyatt, der am März in die US-amerikanischen Kinos kam. Captive State ein Film von Rupert Wyatt mit Ashton Sanders, John Goodman. Inhaltsangabe: Seit zehn Jahren ist die Erde fest in der Hand von außerirdischen​. „Captive State“ spielt In einem Viertel von Chicago rund ein Jahrzehnt nach der Besetzung durch eine außerirdische Macht und erzählt davon, wie diese. Captive State: Ein Film von Rupert Wyatt mit John Goodman und Ashton Sanders​. Vor zehn Jahren nahmen sie sich unseren Planeten. Heute holen wir ihn uns. Der Sci-Fi-Thriller Captive State befasst sich mit dem Zusammenleben außer- und irdischen Lebens nach einer Alien-Invasion in Chicago - und einer m. März angekündigte Starttermin verschiebt sich auf unbestimmte Zeit. Einen Ersatztermin will Entertainment One Germany in den nächsten.

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In this section, you will first learn how to reset to the default workspace. Then, you will create and save a new custom workspace.

The default workspace you see when you first open Captivate is called the Classic workspace, as shown in the top-right corner of your screen:.

After doing this, your Captivate screen reverts to what it looked like when you opened the application at the beginning of this chapter:. The default Classic workspace is an excellent starting point for defining a custom workspace.

Just like the Properties inspector, the Timing inspector always shows the properties pertaining to the object you select. This workspace is very practical when you have to precisely define the timing and apply effects to the selected object.

You will now save this panel layout as a new workspace. Note that a Timing button now replaces the Classic button. You can use this button to switch between the Classic workspace and your own custom Timing workspace!

You now know all the tools to create custom workspaces. Take some time to experiment with these tools on your own. Try turning panels on and off using the Window menu.

When you feel like you have a great workspace, save it under a name of your choice. If you ever need to rename or delete a custom workspace, use the following steps:.

Note that the Window Workspace menu displays the same items as the workspace switcher button at the top-right corner of the screen.

Note that the default Classic workspace is not listed. This means that this default workspace cannot be renamed or deleted.

Updating a workspace There is no menu item to update an existing workspace. If you want to update an existing workspace, use the New Workspace menu item and give the new workspace the same name as the existing workspace you want to update.

You can return to the normal interface mode using the following steps:. Confirm that the Properties and Library buttons are back in the top-right corner.

This indicates that you are back in normal interface mode. If you want to use your custom Timing workspace again, you first need to return to Advanced Interface Mode, and then restart Captivate.

Before moving on to the next topic, these are the key points to keep in mind when creating custom workspaces:.

One of the most recent additions to the Toolbar is the Community icon. Clicking this icon opens the Adobe eLearning Community portal inside Captivate.

The Adobe eLearning Community Portal is the best place to find information and to interact with other Captivate users.

The eLearning Community Portal features the following:. These points can be turned into a wide variety of exciting incentives, including free Captivate licenses and invitations to live events.

Now that you know a bit more about the Captivate interface, let's take a look at the sample applications you will build in this book. These applications are designed to showcase almost every single feature of Captivate.

Use them as a reference if there is something unclear while you are working through the exercises. Captivate generates a temporary file and opens it in the floating Preview pane.

Follow the onscreen instructions to go through the project. This puts you in the same situation as a learner viewing this eLearning content for the first time.

This first sample project is called a Demonstration. As the name suggests, a demonstration is used to demonstrate something to the learner.

Consequently, the learner is passive and simply watches whatever is going on. In a demonstration, the Mouse object is shown.

It moves and clicks automatically. If the learners move their own mouse, it will not affect the content in any way. This particular demonstration features some of the most popular Captivate objects, including Text Captions, Highlight Boxes, and Smart Shapes.

The audio narration was generated by Captivate's Text-To-Speech tool. We have simply typed the narration in the Slide Notes panel, and Captivate turned it into audio files using the voice of a predefined speech agent.

Another popular feature in Adobe Captivate is the ability to add Closed Captions to the audio narration. This is one of the icons you'll use the most during this book and when you design your courses.

It has seven options that control which part of the project you want to preview, and how you want to preview it. Note that each of these options is associated with a keyboard shortcut that will be different depending on the system you work on macOS or Windows.

Place your mouse on top of each of the items to see the associated keyboard shortcut in a tooltip. Previewing a Responsive or a Virtual Reality Project When in a Responsive or in a Virtual Reality Project, the preview options will not behave exactly as described in the following list because those projects can only be published in HTML5.

Let's now describe the options of the Preview icon in more detail:. You can use the Defaults category in Preferences to change the number of slides you want to include in the Preview when using this option.

Floating and Modal panels In Captivate, a panel can be floating or docked. When a panel floats, the tools and switches on the other panels are still active.

But when the Preview panel is open, only the buttons of that panel are active, while the tools of the other panels are no longer active.

The Preview panel is said to be a Modal floating panel because it disables every tool situated on other panels. Also, note that the Preview panel cannot be docked.

You will now open another sample project. Actually, it is not a real other project, but another version of the Encoder demonstration you worked with in the previous section:.

You may have to adjust the security settings of your web browser in order to allow playing back Flash content.

Please, refer to the user guide of your browser for specific instructions. This project is made of exactly the same slides and assets as the demonstration you saw in the previous section.

When the project reaches slide 3, it stops and waits for you to interact with the course. This is the main difference between a demonstration and a simulation.

In Captivate, a simulation is a project where the learner is active. In a simulation, the Mouse object is hidden, as learners use their own mouse to click around the screen and progress toward the end of the course.

The fact that the students are active implies a new level of complexity; the learners can perform either the correct or the incorrect action.

In each case, the course must react accordingly. This concept is known as branching. This means that each student experiences the course module based on their own actions.

This second sample file features pretty much the same Captivate objects as the demonstration you completed in the previous section. Both typing and mouse actions are replaced by interactive objects.

These interactive objects can stop the course and wait for the learner to interact. Using the interactive objects of Captivate will be covered in Chapter 5 , Developing Interactivity.

Both the Encoder demonstration and simulation are based on the same screenshots. To create these sample courses, the first two steps of the production process described earlier were used:.

Video Demo mode is a special recording mode of Captivate that is used to produce. These files can be uploaded to online services such as YouTube, Vimeo, or Daily Motion for playback on any device including the iPad, iPhone, and other internet-enabled mobile devices :.

First, note that a Video Demo project does not use the same. It uses the. This is the first indication that this project is going to behave differently than the other ones you have worked with so far.

In addition to having a specific file extension, Video Demo projects also have their own unique interface, as shown in the following screenshot:.

In the preceding screenshot, note the absence of the Filmstrip panel. A Video Demo project is not based on slides.

Actually, it is a single big video file. So the Filmstrip panel makes no sense in a Video Demo project. In a video file, interactions are not possible.

The file can only be experienced from start to finish in the order defined by the teacher. To use instructional design terminology, a video file gives a linear experience to the learner, while branch-aware interactive projects provide a nonlinear experience where a learner can make choices that change the way the course progresses.

Therefore, interactive objects, quizzes, and branching are not available in a Video Demo project. This sample application is very different from the projects you worked with so far because it is not based on screenshots or screen recording.

The capture tool of Captivate was not used in this example. Instead, all the slides have been carefully crafted in Captivate.

For its audio narration, this project does not use text-to-speech. Instead, the narration was recorded and polished in an external audio application Adobe Audition, in this case and imported to the project.

This course is also much more involved than the Encoder examples. Advanced Actions and Variables are used throughout the project to power the dynamic features, such as the name of the student appearing in the title of slide 4.

This course also features the certificate interaction at the very end only if you pass the Quiz! But the most impressive feature of this particular project is probably the Quiz , one of the most important and most popular tools in Captivate.

The project contains seven Question Slides. Six of these are stored in the Question Pool. Each time the project is viewed, three questions are randomly chosen from the Question Pool and displayed to the student.

If you want to experiment with this feature, view the sample project a second time. Because we used the Question Pool to generate the questions, you should not be asked the same Quiz questions as when you first experienced the project.

The next sample course you will see is not part of the download that comes with this book. Instead, you will use one of the sample applications that is included in Captivate.

Use the following steps to open it:. As shown in the following screenshot, you can access various sample files and tutorials right from the Welcome Screen of Captivate:.

The project you just opened is a Responsive Project. This means that it can adapt itself to the screen it is viewed on.

Note the extra toolbar at the top of the stage. This extra toolbar lets you switch between different devices in order to check how the project is displayed on screens of different sizes.

This action resizes the Stage to the size of an iPhone 6 px by px. As shown in the following screenshot, the elements of the current slide are rearranged to fit the new size of the Stage.

Some elements such as the big image that was on the right side of the stage have even been completely removed to accommodate the reduced screen real estate of a smartphone:.

There are a lot of differences in the way you preview a Responsive Project, compared to the way you preview a non-responsive Captivate project:. That's why you need a browser to preview the project.

To make this project responsive, we have used Fluid Boxes to define the slide layouts for the different screen sizes.

The special previewing features of the Responsive Projects let you test the responsiveness of your project during the development phase, but they have one major disadvantage.

Because you preview the project using the default browser of your desktop or laptop computer, you can't experience the course on an actual mobile device.

New in Captivate is the ability to preview your project directly on your mobile device. This new feature is called Live Preview on Devices.

The following steps require that you have a Smartphone connected to the same network as the computer you are using to run Captivate.

If these conditions are not met, you will not be able to experience that workflow. Captivate publishes a temporary file of the project in HTML5.

When done, it opens the default web browser installed on the system and displays a big QR code. The Live Preview on Devices feature makes it incredibly easy and convenient to test your Responsive Projects on an actual mobile device!

Adobe Captivate has introduced a new type of project. This is the reason why Captivate displays the project in your default web browser once it has finished publishing the preview.

B ut, of course, the sky is the limit, and your imagination that will ultimately define what Virtual Reality will be used for. This is the last sample project for you to experience before wrapping up this chapter.

Use the following steps to open and preview this project:. This project has been entirely developed in Microsoft PowerPoint and converted into a Captivate project using Captivate's ability to import PowerPoint slides.

The filenames on each tab should have asterisks to the left of the name if there are unsaved changes.

If there are no asterisks, it means you have saved all the changes. After viewing these sample applications, you should have a pretty good idea of the tools and general capabilities of Adobe Captivate.

Before moving on, let's summarize what you have learned from these sample courses:. In this chapter, you were introduced to the four steps of a typical Captivate production process.

You toured the application interface and learned how to customize it to fit your needs. Thanks to the Advanced Interface Mode and the Workspace feature, you were able to save your customized interface as a new Workspace and to reapply your custom panel layout anytime you want to.

Finally, you walked through the sample courses that you will develop in this book, giving you a first, high-level overview of the rich set of features of Adobe Captivate In the next chapter, you will start crafting the Take the Train project and learn about the basic objects of Adobe Captivate.

By the end of this book, you'll have the names, blog addresses, Twitter handles, and so on of some of the most influential members.

We hope these resources will jump-start your own Captivate career and your involvement in the community. At the end of this first chapter, let's meet with David Kelly.

David is the executive director of The eLearning Guild. He is the guy that goes on stage at all the big eLearning events organized by the Guild in North America.

If you ever participate in one of these events, you won't miss him! David is a hero of the worldwide eLearning community and we are very proud to introduce him to you.

David Kelly is the executive vice president and executive director of The eLearning Guild. David has been a learning and performance consultant and training director for more than 15 years.

He is a leading voice for exploring how technology can be used to enhance training, education, learning, and organizational performance.

David is an active member of the learning community and can frequently be found speaking at industry events.

David is also known for his curation efforts, especially related to conferences and events for learning and performance professionals.

Pooja Jaisingh works as a senior learning evangelist at Adobe. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and webinars on eLearning tools and services.

In her previous roles, she has worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and chief learning geek. Pooja holds a master's degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology.

Damien is the co-author of the Mastering Adobe Captivate series and regularly speaks at conferences all around the world.

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X programming. About this book Adobe Captivate is used to create highly engaging, interactive, and responsive eLearning content.

Publication date: January Publisher Packt. Pages ISBN Discovering the available options to install Captivate Seeing the general steps of the Captivate production process Exploring and customizing the Captivate interface Working with panels and workspaces Viewing the completed sample applications you will work with during the course of this book.

Getting Captivate. The Captivate perpetual license. The Captivate subscription. Captivate in the Technical Communication Suite.

A first look at a typical production workflow. Captivate has the ability to record any action you perform onscreen.

You typically use this ability to create software-related interactive training or simulations. You use your mouse to perform actions on your computer, and behind the scenes, Captivate watches and records any action you do using a sophisticated screen-capture engine based on screenshots.

Each of these screenshots becomes a slide in your new Captivate project. Very often, though, the Captivate project you are working on has nothing to do with software-related skills.

In this case, you don't need to use screen capture to take screenshots. Instead, you create the slides entirely within Captivate. This is the preferred approach for new training materials that don't require screen-capture capabilities.

A third solution is to import the slides from Microsoft PowerPoint. You typically use this solution to convert existing training material made with PowerPoint into interactive online training modules, but it is not considered best practice for new training material.

Flash is the historical publishing format of Captivate. Publishing the project in Flash makes the deployment of your eLearning courses very easy; only the Flash Player plugin is needed.

The very same Flash Player that is used to read Flash-enabled websites is all you need to play back your published Captivate projects.

The major caveat of this publishing format is that it is not supported on mobile devices. In today's technological landscape, HTML5 has become the preferred format for publishing your online courses for computers and mobile devices.

Note The end of the Flash Player In July , Adobe made an announcement that they would no longer develop and maintain the Flash Player plugin beyond , and that they encourage content developers to migrate to HTML5.

Exploring the Captivate interface. Note Downloading the sample code Before you start reading this section, it is important that you download the sample files we refer to throughout this book.

Open Captivate. If needed, click the Recent tab at the top of the Welcome screen. Click the Browse button at the bottom of the Recent tab of the Welcome screen.

Note Cleaning the Preferences The above screenshot assumes that you have not changed any default of Adobe Captivate Note If you have several versions of Captivate installed on your system, a quick look at the Toolbar gives you a hint about which version you are using.

At the far right side of the Toolbar, click the Properties icon 5. Click the Properties button on the Toolbar again to hide the Properties inspector.

Click the Library icon located just next to the Properties icon to open the Library panel. Click the Library button on the Toolbar to close the Library.

Click the Timeline button that stretches across the bottom of the screen. This action reveals the Timeline panel.

Click the Properties button on the Toolbar to reopen the Properties inspector. Open the Window menu. Click the Library menu item of the Window menu.

This action removes the Library icon from the Toolbar. Click the Window Library menu item again to reactivate the Library icon of the Toolbar and open the Library panel.

Quit Captivate without saving any changes made to the open file. Reopen Captivate. The Captivate interface is composed of panels laid out around the main editing area called the Stage.

The grey area around the Stage is called the Scrap Area. Objects on the Scrap Area do not show in the online course. By default, most of the panels are hidden, making the interface simple and clean.

The Properties inspector, the Library panel, and the Timeline are the most important and most commonly used components of Captivate.

This is why they are easily accessible from the default interface. Some panels of Captivate are not immediately available on the default interface.

You must use the Window menu to show and hide these panels. The panels of Captivate are either docked on the interface or floating on top of it.

When you close and restart Captivate, the interface returns to its default layout. Using the Advanced Interface Mode.

Click OK to validate the new option and close the Preferences dialog. As indicated in the Preferences dialog, restart Adobe Captivate to enable the new option make sure you don't save the eventual changes made to the file.

Go to Window Properties to reopen the Properties inspector. At the bottom of the interface, click the Timeline button to reveal the Timeline panel. Restart Captivate one more time without saving the changes made to the project.

To make the Captivate interface behave like the interface of other common Adobe tools, you must switch to the Advanced Interface Mode.

It is necessary to close and restart Captivate for this change to take effect. Enabling and disabling panels is done exclusively through the Window menu.

In the Advanced Interface Mode, the workspace is always maintained when you restart Captivate. Working with panels.

Drag the panel to the right and drop it on top of the Properties and Library labels in the top right corner of the screen.

Place your mouse on top of the Library label on the right side of the screen. Creating a new workspace. Click the Classic button at the top-right corner of the screen.

Choose Reset Classic in the drop-down menu, as shown in the following screenshot. Use the Window Timing Properties menu item to activate the Timing inspector on the right side of the screen.

Use the Window Properties menu item to activate the Properties inspector. This docks the Properties inspector with the Filmstrip.

Click the same Classic button you used earlier at the top right corner of the screen. Choose New Workspace from the drop-down menu.

Click the Timing button at the top-right corner of the screen. Select the Classic workspace in the drop-down menu to reapply the default Classic workspace.

Click the Classic button and reapply the Timing workspace. Extra credit. Renaming and deleting custom workspaces. Go to Window Workspace Manage Workspace.

Click the Rename or Delete button. In this example, click the OK button to close the box without any changes. Open the workspace switcher one more time to reapply the Classic workspace before moving on to the next topic.

Note Updating a workspace There is no menu item to update an existing workspace. Workspaces in normal mode. Restart Captivate without saving the changes made to the open project.

Click the workspace switcher button at the top right corner of your screen. It should currently read Classic. It is necessary to set Captivate to Advanced Interface Mode to dock and undock panels and create new workspaces.

Use the Window Workspace New Workspace menu item to save the current panel layout as a new workspace. This menu item is also accessible from the workspace switcher at the top right corner of your screen.

Use the Window Workspace Manage Workspace menu item to rename or delete your custom workspaces. To update an existing workspace, use the New Workspace command to give the new workspace the same name as the workspace you want to update.

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This indicates that you are back in normal interface mode. If you want to use your custom Timing workspace again, you first need to return to Advanced Interface Mode, and then restart Captivate.

Before moving on to the next topic, these are the key points to keep in mind when creating custom workspaces:. One of the most recent additions to the Toolbar is the Community icon.

Clicking this icon opens the Adobe eLearning Community portal inside Captivate. The Adobe eLearning Community Portal is the best place to find information and to interact with other Captivate users.

The eLearning Community Portal features the following:. These points can be turned into a wide variety of exciting incentives, including free Captivate licenses and invitations to live events.

Now that you know a bit more about the Captivate interface, let's take a look at the sample applications you will build in this book.

These applications are designed to showcase almost every single feature of Captivate. Use them as a reference if there is something unclear while you are working through the exercises.

Captivate generates a temporary file and opens it in the floating Preview pane. Follow the onscreen instructions to go through the project.

This puts you in the same situation as a learner viewing this eLearning content for the first time. This first sample project is called a Demonstration.

As the name suggests, a demonstration is used to demonstrate something to the learner. Consequently, the learner is passive and simply watches whatever is going on.

In a demonstration, the Mouse object is shown. It moves and clicks automatically. If the learners move their own mouse, it will not affect the content in any way.

This particular demonstration features some of the most popular Captivate objects, including Text Captions, Highlight Boxes, and Smart Shapes.

The audio narration was generated by Captivate's Text-To-Speech tool. We have simply typed the narration in the Slide Notes panel, and Captivate turned it into audio files using the voice of a predefined speech agent.

Another popular feature in Adobe Captivate is the ability to add Closed Captions to the audio narration. This is one of the icons you'll use the most during this book and when you design your courses.

It has seven options that control which part of the project you want to preview, and how you want to preview it.

Note that each of these options is associated with a keyboard shortcut that will be different depending on the system you work on macOS or Windows.

Place your mouse on top of each of the items to see the associated keyboard shortcut in a tooltip. Previewing a Responsive or a Virtual Reality Project When in a Responsive or in a Virtual Reality Project, the preview options will not behave exactly as described in the following list because those projects can only be published in HTML5.

Let's now describe the options of the Preview icon in more detail:. You can use the Defaults category in Preferences to change the number of slides you want to include in the Preview when using this option.

Floating and Modal panels In Captivate, a panel can be floating or docked. When a panel floats, the tools and switches on the other panels are still active.

But when the Preview panel is open, only the buttons of that panel are active, while the tools of the other panels are no longer active.

The Preview panel is said to be a Modal floating panel because it disables every tool situated on other panels. Also, note that the Preview panel cannot be docked.

You will now open another sample project. Actually, it is not a real other project, but another version of the Encoder demonstration you worked with in the previous section:.

You may have to adjust the security settings of your web browser in order to allow playing back Flash content. Please, refer to the user guide of your browser for specific instructions.

This project is made of exactly the same slides and assets as the demonstration you saw in the previous section. When the project reaches slide 3, it stops and waits for you to interact with the course.

This is the main difference between a demonstration and a simulation. In Captivate, a simulation is a project where the learner is active.

In a simulation, the Mouse object is hidden, as learners use their own mouse to click around the screen and progress toward the end of the course.

The fact that the students are active implies a new level of complexity; the learners can perform either the correct or the incorrect action.

In each case, the course must react accordingly. This concept is known as branching. This means that each student experiences the course module based on their own actions.

This second sample file features pretty much the same Captivate objects as the demonstration you completed in the previous section. Both typing and mouse actions are replaced by interactive objects.

These interactive objects can stop the course and wait for the learner to interact. Using the interactive objects of Captivate will be covered in Chapter 5 , Developing Interactivity.

Both the Encoder demonstration and simulation are based on the same screenshots. To create these sample courses, the first two steps of the production process described earlier were used:.

Video Demo mode is a special recording mode of Captivate that is used to produce. These files can be uploaded to online services such as YouTube, Vimeo, or Daily Motion for playback on any device including the iPad, iPhone, and other internet-enabled mobile devices :.

First, note that a Video Demo project does not use the same. It uses the. This is the first indication that this project is going to behave differently than the other ones you have worked with so far.

In addition to having a specific file extension, Video Demo projects also have their own unique interface, as shown in the following screenshot:.

In the preceding screenshot, note the absence of the Filmstrip panel. A Video Demo project is not based on slides. Actually, it is a single big video file.

So the Filmstrip panel makes no sense in a Video Demo project. In a video file, interactions are not possible. The file can only be experienced from start to finish in the order defined by the teacher.

To use instructional design terminology, a video file gives a linear experience to the learner, while branch-aware interactive projects provide a nonlinear experience where a learner can make choices that change the way the course progresses.

Therefore, interactive objects, quizzes, and branching are not available in a Video Demo project. This sample application is very different from the projects you worked with so far because it is not based on screenshots or screen recording.

The capture tool of Captivate was not used in this example. Instead, all the slides have been carefully crafted in Captivate.

For its audio narration, this project does not use text-to-speech. Instead, the narration was recorded and polished in an external audio application Adobe Audition, in this case and imported to the project.

This course is also much more involved than the Encoder examples. Advanced Actions and Variables are used throughout the project to power the dynamic features, such as the name of the student appearing in the title of slide 4.

This course also features the certificate interaction at the very end only if you pass the Quiz! But the most impressive feature of this particular project is probably the Quiz , one of the most important and most popular tools in Captivate.

The project contains seven Question Slides. Six of these are stored in the Question Pool. Each time the project is viewed, three questions are randomly chosen from the Question Pool and displayed to the student.

If you want to experiment with this feature, view the sample project a second time. Because we used the Question Pool to generate the questions, you should not be asked the same Quiz questions as when you first experienced the project.

The next sample course you will see is not part of the download that comes with this book. Instead, you will use one of the sample applications that is included in Captivate.

Use the following steps to open it:. As shown in the following screenshot, you can access various sample files and tutorials right from the Welcome Screen of Captivate:.

The project you just opened is a Responsive Project. This means that it can adapt itself to the screen it is viewed on.

Note the extra toolbar at the top of the stage. This extra toolbar lets you switch between different devices in order to check how the project is displayed on screens of different sizes.

This action resizes the Stage to the size of an iPhone 6 px by px. As shown in the following screenshot, the elements of the current slide are rearranged to fit the new size of the Stage.

Some elements such as the big image that was on the right side of the stage have even been completely removed to accommodate the reduced screen real estate of a smartphone:.

There are a lot of differences in the way you preview a Responsive Project, compared to the way you preview a non-responsive Captivate project:.

That's why you need a browser to preview the project. To make this project responsive, we have used Fluid Boxes to define the slide layouts for the different screen sizes.

The special previewing features of the Responsive Projects let you test the responsiveness of your project during the development phase, but they have one major disadvantage.

Because you preview the project using the default browser of your desktop or laptop computer, you can't experience the course on an actual mobile device.

New in Captivate is the ability to preview your project directly on your mobile device. This new feature is called Live Preview on Devices.

The following steps require that you have a Smartphone connected to the same network as the computer you are using to run Captivate. If these conditions are not met, you will not be able to experience that workflow.

Captivate publishes a temporary file of the project in HTML5. When done, it opens the default web browser installed on the system and displays a big QR code.

The Live Preview on Devices feature makes it incredibly easy and convenient to test your Responsive Projects on an actual mobile device!

Adobe Captivate has introduced a new type of project. This is the reason why Captivate displays the project in your default web browser once it has finished publishing the preview.

B ut, of course, the sky is the limit, and your imagination that will ultimately define what Virtual Reality will be used for. This is the last sample project for you to experience before wrapping up this chapter.

Use the following steps to open and preview this project:. This project has been entirely developed in Microsoft PowerPoint and converted into a Captivate project using Captivate's ability to import PowerPoint slides.

The filenames on each tab should have asterisks to the left of the name if there are unsaved changes. If there are no asterisks, it means you have saved all the changes.

After viewing these sample applications, you should have a pretty good idea of the tools and general capabilities of Adobe Captivate.

Before moving on, let's summarize what you have learned from these sample courses:. In this chapter, you were introduced to the four steps of a typical Captivate production process.

You toured the application interface and learned how to customize it to fit your needs. Thanks to the Advanced Interface Mode and the Workspace feature, you were able to save your customized interface as a new Workspace and to reapply your custom panel layout anytime you want to.

Finally, you walked through the sample courses that you will develop in this book, giving you a first, high-level overview of the rich set of features of Adobe Captivate In the next chapter, you will start crafting the Take the Train project and learn about the basic objects of Adobe Captivate.

By the end of this book, you'll have the names, blog addresses, Twitter handles, and so on of some of the most influential members. We hope these resources will jump-start your own Captivate career and your involvement in the community.

At the end of this first chapter, let's meet with David Kelly. David is the executive director of The eLearning Guild.

He is the guy that goes on stage at all the big eLearning events organized by the Guild in North America.

If you ever participate in one of these events, you won't miss him! David is a hero of the worldwide eLearning community and we are very proud to introduce him to you.

David Kelly is the executive vice president and executive director of The eLearning Guild. David has been a learning and performance consultant and training director for more than 15 years.

He is a leading voice for exploring how technology can be used to enhance training, education, learning, and organizational performance. David is an active member of the learning community and can frequently be found speaking at industry events.

David is also known for his curation efforts, especially related to conferences and events for learning and performance professionals.

Pooja Jaisingh works as a senior learning evangelist at Adobe. She has created several award-winning eLearning courses and eBooks, and regularly conducts workshops and webinars on eLearning tools and services.

In her previous roles, she has worked as a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and chief learning geek. Pooja holds a master's degree in education and economics and a doctorate in educational technology.

Damien is the co-author of the Mastering Adobe Captivate series and regularly speaks at conferences all around the world.

Cut through the noise and get real results with a step-by-step approach to beginner JavaScript development. Master Adobe Captivate and to create mobile-responsive eLearning courses.

Cut through the noise and get real results with a step-by-step approach to learning Python 3. X programming. About this book Adobe Captivate is used to create highly engaging, interactive, and responsive eLearning content.

Publication date: January Publisher Packt. Pages ISBN Discovering the available options to install Captivate Seeing the general steps of the Captivate production process Exploring and customizing the Captivate interface Working with panels and workspaces Viewing the completed sample applications you will work with during the course of this book.

Getting Captivate. The Captivate perpetual license. The Captivate subscription. Captivate in the Technical Communication Suite. A first look at a typical production workflow.

Captivate has the ability to record any action you perform onscreen. You typically use this ability to create software-related interactive training or simulations.

You use your mouse to perform actions on your computer, and behind the scenes, Captivate watches and records any action you do using a sophisticated screen-capture engine based on screenshots.

Each of these screenshots becomes a slide in your new Captivate project. Very often, though, the Captivate project you are working on has nothing to do with software-related skills.

In this case, you don't need to use screen capture to take screenshots. Instead, you create the slides entirely within Captivate. This is the preferred approach for new training materials that don't require screen-capture capabilities.

A third solution is to import the slides from Microsoft PowerPoint. You typically use this solution to convert existing training material made with PowerPoint into interactive online training modules, but it is not considered best practice for new training material.

Flash is the historical publishing format of Captivate. Publishing the project in Flash makes the deployment of your eLearning courses very easy; only the Flash Player plugin is needed.

The very same Flash Player that is used to read Flash-enabled websites is all you need to play back your published Captivate projects.

The major caveat of this publishing format is that it is not supported on mobile devices. In today's technological landscape, HTML5 has become the preferred format for publishing your online courses for computers and mobile devices.

Note The end of the Flash Player In July , Adobe made an announcement that they would no longer develop and maintain the Flash Player plugin beyond , and that they encourage content developers to migrate to HTML5.

Exploring the Captivate interface. Note Downloading the sample code Before you start reading this section, it is important that you download the sample files we refer to throughout this book.

Open Captivate. If needed, click the Recent tab at the top of the Welcome screen. Click the Browse button at the bottom of the Recent tab of the Welcome screen.

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  1. Nara Antworten

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