Setting Proper Image Quality Settings in Adobe Captivate 6

Setting Proper Image Quality Settings in Adobe Captivate 6

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 below to learn how to apply the correct settings to your Captivate...
Creating Character Images in Storyline

Creating Character Images in Storyline

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, you may want to create your own.  In this post I’ll show you how to create storyline characters with multiple poses. Steps to Create Storyline Characters from scratch Insert an image of a person. (From main navigation choose Insert / Picture) Click on the image and click on the States tab near the bottom of the screen. (Next to Timeline and Notes) Click on Edit States. You are now ready to add the additional poses to your person. Click the Duplicate State button. When the Add State popup widow you can name your new state. You could use words like: Happy, Excited, Applause, Idea, Frustrated, etc. You are now ready to add an image to the new state that you just created. Delete the duplicated image and go to Insert / Picture and choose a new people image to put into your new state. If you called the state “happy” then find a picture that matches that state name. Go ahead and repeat steps 4-6 to add as many poses as you’d like to your character set. When done adding poses, click Done Editing. You now had a character set that you can use in any Storyline course. Let’s discuss how you’d use this character set. You can copy this character set onto any slide that you’d like to have a person image. You then use the triggers to...