Tutorials & Tips about Screencasting, HTML5 Animation Creation & Rapid eLearning Authoring
We write tutorials, guides and tips about screencasting, video editing, rapid HTML5 elearning authoring and HTML5 animation creation.
ActivePresenter supports a wide range of annotation objects. You are free to use them to add further notes, comments, explanations, or information. Thus, today’s tutorial gives you a short overview of annotation objects in ActivePresenter 8.
ActivePresenter offer you many powerful features to edit videos. In this post, let’s explore how to split and join videos in ActivePresenter 8.
Number variables are a great solution to capture and track numeric values. This tutorial will show you how to use number variables to count the number of incorrect clicks on a screen. Also, it is useful when you want to keep a record of the total clicks taken to reach the correct answer.
ActivePresenter 8 – a professional screencasting tool and video editor has a lot of powerful features that makes it stand out in the crowd. One of which is Green Screen Effect for videos. It’s the feature that both video editing newbies and experts need.
In the scope of this article, we’ll show you how to blur moving objects in videos with the Blur effect from ActivePresenter 8.
The picture-in-picture effect (also called video overlay) lets you place a video clip in a small frame on top of another so that they play at the same time. You often see this effect in instructional videos where webcam videos are placed at the corner of the tutorial ones. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the picture-in-picture effect in ActivePresenter 8.
A mouse click object is one of interaction objects in ActivePresenter. It is often used in software simulations to teach the use of applications. Place a mouse click object at a place where users must click to trigger the next action.
Today, we’ll learn how to add gesture effects in ActivePresenter 8, which mostly used in the demonstration mode to simulate how users interact with a target object on a touch screen.
Button is one of interaction objects in ActivePresenter. You can insert a button into a slide to redirect learners to the specific content when they click on it.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use text variables to capture learners’ names and display those names throughout the course. It’s a great way to make the training more personal and boost learners’ engagement.