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Mastering Adobe Captivate 7 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Chapter 3. Working with Standard Objects

Once filming is complete, the director takes the rushes and heads toward the post-production studio to begin the most time-consuming phase of the project. While in the studio, the director arranges the sequences that were shot during the filming in the correct order, adds sound effects, arranges transitions, fine-tunes visual and special effects, adds subtitles, and re-records narration, among other actions. When the director leaves the post-production studio, the motion picture is complete and ready for publishing.

The same basic principle applies to your Captivate projects. During the post-production phase, you will revisit each slide one by one to arrange, reorder, synchronize, add, modify, align, delete, ...

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