Adobe Captivate has come up with its upgraded version in a span of 12 months. Yes, it’s no wonder when things change at a breakneck pace, updating in a shorter span is essential. Let us see, what new features Adobe Captivate has donned in this version.
Upgraded Drag and Drop Widgets
Drag and drop interactivities popular with articulate story line, is a new feature that has been upgraded in this version. It is cool stuff for the developers as creating drag and drop interactivities, now requires, no more coding or programming knowledge.
Embedding YouTube Videos
Adding YouTube videos in eLearning courses is another new feature in Captivate 7. If you have any requirement of adding YouTube videos in your online learning courses you can do it in an easier way using the latest version.
Now learning is no more limited to laptops or desktops. It’s going mobile !!!. To make your courses be accessed on any device and get them tracked, this is the feature you need to have in an authoring tool.
App Packager for HTML5
This is an interesting feature included in this version. This feature enables you to publish your captivate content as an app which is compatible to Android and iOS platforms.
System audio recording and editing
The feature enables you to record the audio that is generated by your system speakers or of any video playing. In the latest version you can also edit the audio using this feature.
Right to left language support
It was very difficult to develop courses like Arabic and Hebrew with earlier versions. Now Captivate has right-left language support, a great boon to eLearning course developers.
HTML5 support for Microsoft PowerPoint
Now with this upgraded version you can publish your PowerPoint presentation in HTML5, which enables you to deliver power point presentations on iPads.
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