Camtasia Studio 8.6 interactive video interactivity disabled when SCORM uploaded as Adobe Prime module.

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Apr 13, 2016

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Hi!

I used Camtasia Studio (version 8.6) to create a short video with an assessment quiz. The way it works is, when producing the video I tell the software to produce the SCORM package. I have imported the SCORM into Adobe Prime, but the interactivity is not shown. Please see attached video that demonstrates what the interactive quiz is supposed to look like

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Adobe Employee , Apr 19, 2016
Mayank_Meh Adobe Employee , Apr 19, 2016
Hi Thomas,We checked the issue and was able to reproduce if Camtasia is published  with SCORM 2004. Can you please try it with SCORM 1.2 and see if this works?Regards,Mayank

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Hi,

Can you tell me if you are publishing to SWF or HTML5 from Camtasia? Can you post the screenshot of the contents you see inside SCORM zip files? Do you get the interactivity if you play the content locally?

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Mayank

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Hello Mayank_M.

 

Attached are several screen shots to give you a better idea of the settings/options from the Camtasia side.

  1. A screen shot of the SCORM files created by Camtasia
  2. A screen shot showing HTML5 is selected for output
  3. Another screen shot confirming the HTML5 output is included
  4. A screen shot acknowledging to report quiz results via SCORM
  5. A screen shot showing SCORM version I selected as output of Camtasia video

I confirmed the interactivity works when I published the interactive video to the Camtasia hosted platform called Screencast.com

I really hope this helps.

Camtasia_production_output_HTML5.PNG

Camtasia_production_output_HTML5_2nd.PNG

Camtasia_production_output_SCORM_settings.PNG

Camtasia_production_output_SCORM_version.PNG

screen_shot_SCORM_files_from_Camtasia.PNG

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Hi There,

Can you share the SCORM package with me so that I can have a look at it? I will send you a private message with my email ID to send the SCORM package.

Regards,

Mayank

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Okay. No problem.

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Hi Thomas,

We checked the issue and was able to reproduce if Camtasia is published  with SCORM 2004. Can you please try it with SCORM 1.2 and see if this works?

Regards,

Mayank

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Changing the Camtasia output for SCORM to 1.2 instead of 2004 corrects the issue. I now experience the interactivity in my Camtasia produced video in the Prime module. Thanks!

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