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Overview

Adobe Captivate provides support to novices and swiftness to experts for building e-learning modules. You can build interactive and informative e-learning modules in no time by plugging and playing subject matter in ready to go slides. Uplift productive capacity through innovative features including tailored engagements, automated branching and much more. Diversify the learning encounters by more interesting training videos, quizzes and other activities in the form of overlays.

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Adobe Captivate

Features

  • Audio/Video Recording
  • Blended Learning
  • Gamification
  • Interactive Learning
  • Template Management
  • Tests/Assessments

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based

Adobe Captivate Users

Available Support

  • Email

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Adobe

  • Headquarter: United States

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Reviews

Overall: I started using Adobe Captivate with version 2. It was okay but obviously there was room for it to improve. At the time of writing this review, Captivate is on version 11 and it has matured into a robust solution. I will continue to use it for all my professional eLearning work for as long as they continue to make it available.
Pros: I have been using Adobe Captivate since the mid-2000s. Each release has brought new and innovative features that allow me to continue to impress my clients. Features like virtual reality and interactive video make Adobe Captivate the industry leader in eLearning Authoring tools

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Overall: This is a very functional application for making videos. I prefer it versus tools like Camtasia when making instructional videos.
Pros: Easy to segment video into pieces. Imagine using Power Point slides but each slide contains video/sound. Much easier to manage than other tools that record straight through. You can record each segment, apply graphic elements as desired. It integrated easily with other Adobe audio products for enhanced audio editing. Captivate does include limited audio editing tools, just enough to be handy.
Cons: I found the application would crash every now and then. Nothing I could not work around, but strange to have to experience that in today’s world.

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What do you like best?
I liked how easy it was to learn how to get started and how powerful it can be once you really get to know it. It has allowed me to create a diverse, engaging set of eLearning for our partners and customers. Novice users can take advantage of an easy to use interface to create actions, while advanced users can execute javascripts.

What do you dislike?
Sometimes the order in which you would like like to do things is not intuitive. There are some things after you work with it for awhile, you feel it should be able to do, but it can’t in a direct manor, you need to find a “hack” to do it.

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What do you like best?
I think captivate produces great online courses that have a look and feel of professionalism. They are very user friendly for basic projects. It also can get very sophisticated so it’s very versatile.

What do you dislike?
The advanced techniques are a little are to grasp. I feel like I need to be a developer to figure some of it out.,

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This is a very functional application for making videos. I prefer it versus tools like Camtasia when making instructional videos.

Pros

Easy to segment video into pieces. Imagine using Power Point slides but each slide contains video/sound. Much easier to manage than other tools that record straight through. You can record each segment, apply graphic elements as desired. It integrated easily with other Adobe audio products for enhanced audio editing. Captivate does include limited audio editing tools, just enough to be handy.

Cons

I found the application would crash every now and then. Nothing I could not work around, but strange to have to experience that in today’s world.

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