515 BYOD: Interactive Video with Adobe Captivate 2019
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 24
St Thomas AB
Video has long been acknowledged as a great tool for training but has often been dismissed due to high production costs. In the last decade the landscape for video production has changed. There has been a dramatic reduction in expenses, mobile devices shoot HD video, and a wide array of YouTube-framework solutions has accelerated the role of video in corporate training. Most of the video content consumed by learners is linear and static other than basic video playback controls. The challenge for eLearning developers is to move video content beyond the traditional linear experience and incorporate engaging interactions.
In this BYOL session, you’ll explore ways to use Adobe Captivate to create an interactive video experience. You’ll review the planning process for interactive video in this tool, including the available interaction types. You’ll then find out how to modify the traditional video storyboarding process to suit this new approach. Finally, you’ll look at how you can use Captivate Actions to add branching to your videos.
In this session, you will learn:
- The planning process for interactive video in Adobe Captivate
- Approaches for storyboarding interactive video
- How to use Bookmarks and Slide Overlays
- Tips and tricks for creative video branching using Captivate Actions
Adobe Captivate 2019
Participant technology requirements:
A laptop with Adobe Captivate 2019 loaded (trial version is acceptable)
Josh Cavalier has been creating learning solutions for corporations, government agencies, and secondary education institutions for nearly 30 years. He is an expert in the field of learning & development and has applied his industry experience to the application of ChatGPT and other Generative AI frameworks for business and life skills. Josh is passionate about sharing his knowledge and has a popular YouTube channel that shares tips and tricks on Generative AI. He is a seasoned speaker, presenting at conferences like DevLearn, Learning Solutions, ATD ICE, TechKnowledge, NAB, and Adobe MAX.