With the release of Lectora 16.2 and Lectora Online 3.2, two new file formats for closed captions are available, SRT (SubRip Subtitle), and WebVTT (Web Video Text Tracks). Both formats are much simpler to write than the XML format we’ve always supported. However, the WebVTT format is preferred because it is the only format that currently […]
Eric Hufnagel walks us through some of the tech he uses to make multimedia training courses at Lansing Community College. Audio makes all the difference!
With Lectora Inspire, you get a copy of Camtasia, a screen recording and video editing tool. With Camtasia you can easily create and edit professional-quality videos. Plus, record mobile video with TechSmith Fuse, a free mobile app.
With the release of Lectora 16.1, a new HTML5-based media player has been introduced. Just as with the old Flash-based media player, you can develop custom skins for it. However, the format of the skins for the new player differs from the old format. The new skins are based on a sprite sheet of controller elements […]
Please join Trivantis Product Manager Daryl Fleary as he demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora 16.1.
Snap! by Lectora includes basic audio and video editior that you can use to polish your recordings and edit your imported media.
If you imported an audio or video file to use in your presentation, you can synchronize the media with your slide’s animations, just like you can with your audio and video recordings.
Instead of recording audio and video from your computer’s microphone and camera, you can import existing audio and video files into your presentation.
Use Snap! by Lectora’s audio recorder to record commentary and synchronize it with the animations on your slide.
This sample title contains a number of interactivity examples, a graded assessment and various types of media such as images, audio, video and Flash animations. The sample includes all source files for download.