I would like to create a complex interactive presentation with animated texts, illustrations, elements and those things. I took a look at Adobe XD, but it seems to have limitations, one of them being the need of internet. Which Adobe program would be ideal for this? Is it possible to save in an especifc file format, put on a pen drive and use it as a presentation in every computer with no need of external softwares? Would Adobe Animate do this kind of thing?
Thanks for your attention.
Adobe Captivate is probably the closest thing to what you are looking for but it really is designed to run from the Internet. You can publish the output to a folder that you could copy over to a thumbdrive and run the contents locally in a web browser for your audience to see. In my opinion, what you are describing is Microsoft PowerPoint. Captivate does some of the same things but really isn't designed for giving presentations.
Thank you very much Paul! I'll take a look at Adobe Captivate, but anyway, I've found that Adobe Animate can save things in HTML5 format, which seems to be very close of what I was looking for. It seems to be a complex program, but I think it's worth it.
Hope you have a nice day!