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Mastering Adobe Captivate 6 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Summary

In this second chapter, we have completed the first step of the Captivate production process: capturing the slides. Throughout this chapter, our main concern was to manage the size of the project as compared to the size of the application to capture.

Several approaches are possible to address this sizing issue. While experiencing each of these approaches we uncovered two important features of Captivate: Full Motion Recording and Panning.

Shooting a Captivate movie is a four-step process. First we have to prepare the application to shoot and reset our system to default. Then, we rehearse the script as many times as needed to fully master all the actions. The third step is to shoot the movie, and the last one is to preview the rushes. If you ...

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