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Adobe Captivate lets you record your screen or applications as High Definition (HD) videos and then add assets and pan & zoom effects to make the videos more engaging. When creating a separate Video Demo it has a.cpvc extension and is published as .mp4 videos. But what If you want to add interaction like questions, scenarios, or training slides? Or require an LMS to report project completion? In these cases, you need to add the videos into a regular Adobe Captivate (.cptx) project.
You could record a Video Demo, do all the necessary edits and additions, publish it, and then insert the published .mp4 in the project as a Slide Video. The disadvantage, however, is, even if you need slight modifications to the video, you need to go back to the .cpvc file or may even need to rerecord, republish, and then reinsert the video in the captivate project… This can be a lengthy process.
So, another way to create video demos is to record the demo from within the .cptx project. The video will be inserted on a separate slide and you can start editing the video with a single click.
In this workshop, you'll learn how to create a video demo within a captivate file and how to edit and add assets.