Vaast is a central online repository to create, manage, track, and find digital media assets, including images, audio and video.
We are re-releasing this interactive process chart built entirely within Lectora Online in celebration of the fact that Lectora Online now has editable shapes, editable buttons, buttons states, and visual effects just as Lectora for desktop does! All of the shapes, buttons, button states, and styles are now completely editable within Lectora Online without the […]
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 […]
With the new Test Results Object introduced in both Lectora 16.1 and Lectora Online 3.1, you can actually have more than one of these objects on the Test Results page and choose which one to show using a conditional action. For instance, this example has two Test Results Objects on the Test Results page. When the student passes […]
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Product Manager Daryl Fleary shares what’s new in the latest update of cloud authoring tool Lectora Online.
This month’s freebie is a sample title that demonstrates how you can use Lectora’s built-in completion status tracking to require prerequisite portions of a title to be completed before accessing other areas of the title. In this sample title, Chapters 1, 2, and 3 must be accessed and completed in order first. Once those chapters […]
You can clean-up the unused files that no longer appear in your title and reduce your file size.
You can import an entire Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to create a new Lectora title. Or you can can import a PowerPoint presentation into an existing Lectora title.
You can attach files to your Lectora title like PDFs and Word documents. Attaching external files enables you to publish them along with the course and all other imported resources.