You can attach files to your Lectora title that are not natively supported by the program (for example, PDF files). Attaching external files enables you to publish them along with the course and all other imported resources. These files are housed with the course instead of being published on a website, file share, or other linkable location. Once attached you can locate them in Resource Manager. You can also launch the files open using an action. her linkable location.
Using the media library in Lectora and Lectora Online e-learning authoring tools can help provide consistency and reduce development time. Find out how here.
Brandi shares her ideas of Lectora vs Storyline, her love of media production and the power of Lectora Online… At one point, we geeked out a bit on video editing but pay attention, video will be coming more and more to a desktop or device near you very soon…
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 […]
Math Notermans, a well known medias designer, Lectora author and more joins us in this episode.