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Having problems while trimming videos in Adobe captivate.

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Oct 01, 2019

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Hi, I was making a video demo slide in adobe captivate. Suddenly I cannot trim videos in "video editing section" of the video demo slide. The problem is when I trim any part of the video, the edited part shows wrong mouse cursor moving automically throughtout the video, though I have recorded the video correctly . ( I already trimmed the video couple of times,then it worked well, but now i cannot trim.) Any help would be appreciated. 

 

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Having problems while trimming videos in Adobe captivate.

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Hi, I was making a video demo slide in adobe captivate. Suddenly I cannot trim videos in "video editing section" of the video demo slide. The problem is when I trim any part of the video, the edited part shows wrong mouse cursor moving automically throughtout the video, though I have recorded the video correctly . ( I already trimmed the video couple of times,then it worked well, but now i cannot trim.) Any help would be appreciated. 

 

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Can you specify the exact version number you are using? You find it under Help, About Captivate.

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2019 Release

11.5.1.499

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Oct 02, 2019

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I recommend doing the screen capture in Captivate, exporting it as is, and then editing it in Premiere Pro. When editing in Captivate, it sometimes changes the mouse movement, slows it down, and can change the flow a bit. Edting in Premiere works great, and you can also edit the audio separately from the video, and move either if you have to. The final result is much better.

You can even scale the video to set the focus and zoom in and out.

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