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Mastering Adobe Captivate 6 by Damien Bruyndonckx

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Adding Closed Captions to the slides

Closed Captions make our eLearning content more accessible and more interesting for the learners. There are many situations where the Closed Captions are useful:

  • They make our Captivate projects accessible for the hearing impaired students.
  • They make the project easier to understand for the foreign students.
  • They are useful for the learners who have to take the online course in an office and don't want to bother their colleagues with the voice-over narrations.

For the previous reasons (plus the ones not listed here), it is a good idea to use Closed Captions each time we add voice-over narration to a slide.

In Captivate, Closed Captions are always associated with a slide level audio clip or with a Multi-Slide Synchronized ...

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