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Setting Proper Image Quality Settings in Adobe Captivate 6

By on December 10, 2012

Sometimes I get asked, “Why do the cutout people images look weird and really like low quality when inserted into Captivate?”. This is not a problem with the images, but rather a setting in Adobe Captivate 6. Watch the tutorial

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How to add Video Cutouts to Captivate Slides with Audio

By on November 20, 2012

I’ve been hearing that some of you are having some struggles adding our video cutout people to slides that have longer audio files. The videos play but thenĀ disappearĀ as the audio finishes. The screencast below shows you a technique to use


Creating Character Images in Storyline

By on November 15, 2012

Using images of cutout people in a training course can really bring it to life. They are a great for scenarios, case studies, and adding a personal touch. Articulate Storyline comes pre-packaged with various illustrated and photographic people images. However,

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Learn how to brand the Illustrated Characters to match your company

By on October 18, 2012

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Learn how to edit Illustrated Characters

By on October 18, 2012

Modify the characters to fit your color needs is easy. In this screencast I show you how to change the shirt color, pants color and the skin color.

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Insert Cutout Video People in Captivate6

By on August 21, 2012

Learn how to insert Cutout Video People into Adobe Captivate 6.  

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Using Cutout Video People in Articulate Storyline

By on August 19, 2012


Inserting People Cutouts into PowerPoint Courses

By on January 26, 2011

Using a presenter character to walk participants through the content will add visual interest to a course. Pre-cutout people images make it easy to add multiple pictures (different poses) of the same person to your pages. In the video below,