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Adobe Captivate 12.3.0

Create mobile-ready eLearning courses with Quick Start Projects and ready-to-go slide

Category: Education
Price: High
Popularity: Low
Version String: 12.3.0
Release Date: 2024-04-05
Architecture: Intel & AppleSilicon(ARM)
Minimum OS: macOS 11.2
Vendor Name: Adobe Inc.
Homepage: helpx.adobe.com

Version History 12.3.0



Fast Forward eLearning
Create stunning courses in minutes.

Introducing the biggest ever free update for Adobe Captivate (2019 release) users.
Create beautiful, mobile-ready courses in minutes with the all-new Quick Start Projects, ready-to-go slides and out-of-the-box interactions. Speed up course creation using automated branching and by copying appearance and style of one object and applying it to another. Now you can edit SVGs and convert them to buttons, play overlay videos on clicking a VR hotspot and add multiple overlay slides at any point of your interactive video.

Jumpstart Compliance and Soft Skill course creation with ready-to-go slides
Just plug-and-play your content in ready-to-go slides, or use Quick Start Projects to create beautiful, mobile-ready projects in minutes.

Convert existing PowerPoint Content to Interactive Videos
Record your PowerPoint content as a video and add cool interactions and knowledge check questions as overlays on top of your video.

Create Virtual Reality walkthroughs and Mobile ready courses
Create experiential learning such as – virtual tours, crisis management, safety drills, first responder situations and more. Create courses using mobile-ready slides from the asset store. Also, customize the fluid boxes and use the inbuilt course preview to see your content scale to different device sizes.

Talking-head Screencast and Application Simulation
Create a screencast by simultaneously recording webcam and on-screen content. Add a simulation module by capturing all on-screen actions like mouse movements, system audio, and keyboard activity.

Create Multi-module Branched Courses
Achieve branching without programming. Ensure your learners complete each module of the course before they can attempt a quiz.