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Learning Articulate Storyline by Stephanie Harnett

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Tips on working with video

Here are some helpful pointers when working with video:

  • Video doesn't necessarily mean actual video footage, it could be animations, motion infographics, self-running presentations and cartoon animations, such as those created with Code Baby or Xtranormal.
  • If you know your way around PowerPoint, you can use its animation and transition effects to create sophisticated sequences, then export them as a movie. You can import the movies into Storyline as a .wmv file, or if you are using PowerPoint 2013, choose the .mp4 format for reduced file size and seamless integration with Storyline.
  • If you're working with actual video, and if the video is a talking head, where a person is talking without a lot of motion, then you may want ...

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