Downsizing the application during shooting

The second approach is to downsize the application to record during the capture in order to fit the requirements of the project. In this example, it means the application would be 800-pixels wide instead of 1024-pixels during the capture.

As far as Captivate is concerned, this is the easiest solution, as no irreversible or complex resize operation is needed. But for the captured application, this situation is quite crowded. Remember that the application you capture requires a minimal width of 1024 pixels. So, by downsizing it to a width of 800-pixels, it does not have enough room to display all its components and generates horizontal scrollbars. These scrollbars and their associated scrolling actions ...

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