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Mastering Adobe Captivate 7 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Adding background music to the entire project

In this section, you will associate an audio clip to the entire project. Usually, project-level audio is used to add background music. To make sure that music is being played during the entire project, you will use a 15 to 30 second sound clip (called a sample) and make it run in a loop for the duration of the movie.

In the next exercise, you will add background music to the Encoder Demonstration.

  1. Return to the encoderDemo_800.cptx file under Chapter06.
  2. Navigate to Audio | Import To | Background.
  3. Choose the Loop Acoustic.mp3 file from the /Sound directory of the Captivate Gallery folder and click on Open.
  4. The Background Audio dialog box opens.

    The Background Audio dialog informs you that the duration of ...

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