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Slowdown Slide Playback (with .swf file)

Explorer ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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Hi all 🙂

 

I have a slide in a simulation that recorded me scrolling down the screen and it recorded as such on the timeline: 

 

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Is there any way in Captivate to make it so when the user goes through the simulation it doesn't scroll as quickly? It's about 4 seconds now but I'd like to increase it to about 7. I think I could probably create a video of the scroll and then import it into the project, but is there a way to do this inside of Captivate?

 

Thanks in advance 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Community Expert , Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

It is a FMR slide.  Since you want to replace it, I would recommend to insert a Video Demo slide. Reason: no conversion from SWF to MP4 will be necessary (it sometimes goes wrong) and the quality will be better.

Use this workflow:

  • Set up the application to capture in the correct situation.
  • In Captivate select the slide before the new slide
  • Use the big button Slides, Video Demo
  • Record and try to be slow enough
  • After ending the capture you'll have cpvc-slide and the Video Demo Editor can be used
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It is a FMR slide.  Since you want to replace it, I would recommend to insert a Video Demo slide. Reason: no conversion from SWF to MP4 will be necessary (it sometimes goes wrong) and the quality will be better.

Use this workflow:

  • Set up the application to capture in the correct situation.
  • In Captivate select the slide before the new slide
  • Use the big button Slides, Video Demo
  • Record and try to be slow enough
  • After ending the capture you'll have cpvc-slide and the Video Demo Editor can be used on this slide; it has a lot more functionality than the FMR slides.

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Explorer ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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Thanks Lilibiri; 

 

I was hoping I wouldn't have to replace it but it does make sense to do it that way and ensure better quality. 

 

Thanks!

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You're welcome! Editing that slide (in a video application) would not even guarantee that the FMR was converted as expected when published. This workflow doesn't suffer from that.

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