Tutorials & Tips about Screencasting, HTML5 Animation Creation & Rapid eLearning Authoring
We write tutorials, guides and tips about screencasting, video editing, rapid HTML5 elearning authoring and HTML5 animation creation.
ActivePresenter 7 comes with variables – a good way to add extra functionality to your eLearning course. This tutorial will walk you through an overview of variables and the basic steps to create variables.read more
Besides PowerPoint slides and videos, ActivePresenter allows you to import images as slides. In today’s tutorial, we will show you the procedure to do that.read more
ActivePresenter 7 provides many types of output (videos, images, HTML, documents, etc.). Depending on specific purposes, you should choose the right one. For example, when you need to create software simulations, HTML5 output should be used. On the other hand, if video demonstrations are what you need, video exporting will come in handy.read more
In creating software simulations, video demonstrations or eLearning contents, there is a high chance that you will need to zoom in a particular part of the screen to show or explain some important information. There you can use the Zoom-n-Pan tool of ActivePresenter 7. You can also take advantage of the zoom effect when you want your audience to focus on a specific part instead of the whole screen.read more
Interactive objects in ActivePresenter 7 are special objects designed to respond to user input in a predefined manner. Interactive objects are useful in creating eLearning contents since they let you test the learners’ performance and keep track of their activity.
Users can interact with them by using the mouse or keyboard in the HTML5 output. In case that interactive objects have events – actions, the presentation will display differently based on that events and actions.read more
Spotlight is a useful annotation object in ActivePresenter. It helps you easily direct your audience’s attention to a specific part of a slide. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a spotlight effect in ActivePresenter 7.read more
Group Layout lets you define the layout for the group of objects. When it comes to questions, this feature allows you to specify the layout of the answer part since it is considered as a group of text box objects.
Group layout is useful in creating quizzes because you can use it to arrange each answer choice of a question in any position of the slide. You have two options for how to define the group layout for questions. One is to define it automatically and the other is to define it manually.
Tab order in ActivePresenter 7 enables objects to receive the tab focus. This feature lets you specify the order of objects in the slide when users press the TAB key, which means users can navigate between objects using the TAB key in the HTML5 output.
In a word, when the tab order is enabled, pressing the TAB key on the keyboard is the same as clicking the object itself.
Discover best free stock image sites for editing videos and designing eLearning contents. Some of them are almost free to use with high-quality images.read more