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Captivate vs CC

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Apr 22, 2019

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Hi. I'm still new when it comes to adobe products and itsit's capabilit. I wanted to create a animated interactive webapp(runs on chromeOS) for my niece. I order creative cloud first but then I saw Captivate without knowing if it would be available in CC.

I still don't what will be the right choice.

Can someone help me decide?

Thanks

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I do sometimes use Animate, but for your example that is really not necessary? Look on my blog for two posts about 'Playing with Num bers'? Drag&Drop is another feature you can use in Captivate.

If you use Animate for interactive part, you will need JavaScript to exchange data between the animation (OAM) created in Animate and Captivate. Using JS in Captivate extends its functionality a lot.

I have CC, but the applications I used most in collaboration with Captivate are Photoshop, Audition and bit less Illustrator...

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Captivate vs CC

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Hi. I'm still new when it comes to adobe products and itsit's capabilit. I wanted to create a animated interactive webapp(runs on chromeOS) for my niece. I order creative cloud first but then I saw Captivate without knowing if it would be available in CC.

I still don't what will be the right choice.

Can someone help me decide?

Thanks

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I do sometimes use Animate, but for your example that is really not necessary? Look on my blog for two posts about 'Playing with Num bers'? Drag&Drop is another feature you can use in Captivate.

If you use Animate for interactive part, you will need JavaScript to exchange data between the animation (OAM) created in Animate and Captivate. Using JS in Captivate extends its functionality a lot.

I have CC, but the applications I used most in collaboration with Captivate are Photoshop, Audition and bit less Illustrator...

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Adobe Captivate is not in the CC as you may have noticed. It is a robust eLearning authoring tool. Is that what you need?  You can have a look at my website and blog to learn more about Captivate. Google for 'Lilybiri'.

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I looked around your blog.

It's an elearning course that I'm creating but I was wondering

if Captivate is enough or that I might need something like Anime CC.

For example:

The elearning course will have like an equation and I want the person  to move numbers and for I to give feedback he/she is close to

what I wanted.

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I do sometimes use Animate, but for your example that is really not necessary? Look on my blog for two posts about 'Playing with Num bers'? Drag&Drop is another feature you can use in Captivate.

If you use Animate for interactive part, you will need JavaScript to exchange data between the animation (OAM) created in Animate and Captivate. Using JS in Captivate extends its functionality a lot.

I have CC, but the applications I used most in collaboration with Captivate are Photoshop, Audition and bit less Illustrator...

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Thanks. I got my answer from your blog.'Playing with Numbers'

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Great! What is the conclusion, please?

On Mon, 22 Apr 2019, 11:56 argeliog97901102, <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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