How to import Adobe Illustrator graphic in Captivate

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Jan 16, 2019

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Hi , I am trying have illustrator graphic  (some character) in captivate, I copy past in adobe photoshop my illustrator graphic as smart object  and after  import psd file in captivate, but it's still like image, I can't ungroup my character , and when I try  make big size it behaves like image: become blurry
Can you help me, please
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Export from Illustrator as SVG, then import to Captivate. Be careful, though, as sometimes Captivate has trouble with more than one SVG on a slide.

Best solution is to export as PNG or JPG the exact size (or slightly larger) that you need in Captivate if you need several images on a single slide.

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How to import Adobe Illustrator graphic in Captivate

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Hi , I am trying have illustrator graphic  (some character) in captivate, I copy past in adobe photoshop my illustrator graphic as smart object  and after  import psd file in captivate, but it's still like image, I can't ungroup my character , and when I try  make big size it behaves like image: become blurry
Can you help me, please
Thanks a lot !

Export from Illustrator as SVG, then import to Captivate. Be careful, though, as sometimes Captivate has trouble with more than one SVG on a slide.

Best solution is to export as PNG or JPG the exact size (or slightly larger) that you need in Captivate if you need several images on a single slide.

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Export from Illustrator as SVG, then import to Captivate. Be careful, though, as sometimes Captivate has trouble with more than one SVG on a slide.

Best solution is to export as PNG or JPG the exact size (or slightly larger) that you need in Captivate if you need several images on a single slide.

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Jan 17, 2019

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dan56​ Thank You very much for answer I did it but see that when I click in captivate import, where is not function "import SVG" so I just dragged svq to captivate and it worked ! just changed some colors and I can't edit this svg, like ungroup  but I am happy now quality is good

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SVG is an item under the Media button. Import is only for special files like the Photoshop source file (best roundtripping in Captivate), External Library, noes,....

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Lilybiri thank You

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Jan 17, 2019

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Export as a Photoshop PSD file from Illustrator. Make sure you save write layers on in the Photoshop Export Options. In Captivate, Import > Photoshop file and in the Import window in Captivate make sure you import as layers not as a flattened file.

The objects will come into individual layers in the Captivate timeline so you can do whatever you need to do. Always try and bring the content in at the size you want to use it in Captivate in other words scale it in Illustrator to the size you will work with in Captivate before you start the process. I never trust Captivate to scale any artwork.

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@David Burnham HBA Thank You very much for answer It worked perfect!

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