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Mastering Adobe Captivate 7 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Automatic and manual panning

In the movie industry, panning refers to moving the camera during filming. In Captivate, the camera is the red recording area. When panning is turned on in Captivate, it simply means that the red recording area can be moved during the shooting. This enables you to shoot a bigger application with a smaller recording area.

Earlier in this chapter, we had a discussion on how to solve the project-sizing problem. Panning was one of the possible approaches. Let's take a closer look at it:

Note

If you have a problem while doing this exercise, refer to the Chapter02/final/encoderDemo_panning.cptx file of your exercises folder.

  1. Close and reopen AME to reset the user interface.
  2. Delete all the .flv files present in the videos/MOV ...

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