New Adobe Captivate 7 LaunchesJune 3, 2013
1. Drag-and-drop components
Make eLearning fun with drag-and-drop games, quizzes, and learning modules that can run on desktops and iPads.
2. HTML5 support for Microsoft PowerPoint
Import your PowerPoint project, including text, shapes, audio, and animations, into Adobe Captivate 7 and publish them directly to HTML5.
3. Enhanced Accessibility Support
Expand your outreach to defense, government, and educational organizations. Easily create simulations and demonstrations that address accessibility standards such as Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). Define text equivalents, insert clickable areas that allow keyboard access, and more to help ensure that everyone can access your content.
4. Enhanced interactions library
Out-of-the-box interactions, like Hangman, Jigsaw, Process Cycle, Glossary, Accordion and Pyramid, customize the content and appearance, and you’re done.
5. In-course YouTube videos
Stream YouTube videos within your courses, for greater impact and retention. Specify which section of the video you want the learner to view, to make it contextually relevant.
6. In-course web browsing
Enable more effective learning by embedding a browser interface within your courses. Allow your learners to access additional web-based reference material that complements course content.
7. Learning notes
Enable learners to add and edit notes as they take their course, thereby allowing them to place cues within the course for reference.
8. System audio recording and editing
Now record system audio along with narration in an Adobe Captivate course on Windows® 7 and Windows 8. Simultaneously record narration and capture screen motion, and synchronize audio with slides and timed objects. Edit audio to correct mistakes and pauses, add an external track, or attach sound effects or narration to individual objects.