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Importing Audio into Your E-learning Courses Using Adobe Flash

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Importing Audio into Your Elearning Courses Using  Adobe Flash

Adobe Flash CS6 is a multimedia authoring program used to create content like 2d Animations, eLearning courses, web applications, games and movies. This software is also used for creating vector graphics and vector animations. This tool is widely used to add videos and audio to eLearning courses. In this blog, I will show you how to add audio to your eLearning course. You need to follow the steps given below.

Step1: Open Adobe Flash Professional CS6 in your system.

Step 1

 Step2: Select Actionscript 3.0 or 2.0 as your required version.

Step 2

 Step3: Click menu on the top left and select → Import → “Import to Library..” from the drop down list.

Step 3

 Step4: Next browse to the location on your system, select the audio and click open.

Step 4

 Step5: While importing audio you may face an error. So avoiding this error I have a small tip for you see in step 6.

Step 5

 Step6: Install latest QuickTime Player into your local system. It will help to import audio in adobe flash.

Step 6

  Step7: Select the key frame in the timeline. Go to the properties panel and select audio which you inserted.

Step 7

Step8: Increase the blank frames by pressing F5 and publish the movie to hear the audio.

Step 8

This is how you can add audio to your flash project. Have anything to say? Please do share!.

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  • Thank you for this post. I think flash is a powerful tool but if you want your presentation with audio to be display properly in any device it’s not very recommended to use this technology. And you have to purchase the program.
    On the other hand you have another technology that might come handy and you have the possibility to show your presentation in any device: it’s html5. Thanks again!