In the last couple of months I had this great chance to be in charge of a brand new eLearning project for the school I work at. Along with my colleague Serge Paulus, I’ve been teaching 550 students how to use Adobe Creative suite applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and InDesing) using distant learning techniques only! But for the Captivate developer that I am, the most interesting part of this adventure was to see my colleague Serge makes its debuts with Captivate.
Now that I’ve been working with Captivate 6 almost on a daily basis for the past 4 months, I’d like to share some more thoughts on this new version. To me, the real gems of Captivate 6 are not exactly where we expect them to be....
I’m currently working on an eLearning project for which I need to use Captivate along with vmWare Fusion. If virtualization brings a lot of advantages to the eLearning developer, I found out that Captivate and virtualization do not get along very well. While I’m still looking for the perfect solution, I’d like to share some of my findings and some tips and tricks that I acquired along the way.
In this series of posts, I would like to share my way of using Adobe Audition to produce audio assets for my Captivate projects. In this particular post, I’ll cover the second step of my audio production workflow - the Equalization step
Yesterday, Packt publishing has released my book “Mastering Adobe Captivate 6”. In this post, I’d like to talk a bit more about the book and to share my thoughts on the writing process which has been an amazing adventure, full of surprises, hard work an great encounters. See the official page on the Packt Publishing website for other info about the book and ordering information http://www.packtpub.com/mastering-adobe-captivate-6/book
Audio has always been something I’ve been passionate about. When I was a student, I even started a sound engineering curriculum and I still have a lot of activity as a live mixing engineer. This post is the first one of a series in which I would like to share my way of using Adobe Audition to produce audio assets for my Captivate projects. In this particular post, I’ll try to explain what is the normalization process of an audio clip.