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Import HTML5 into Captivate

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Long story short we were given a bundle of courses in both PPT and SCORM format. The company advised us we have full license to rebrand and use them as we see fit and we do want to add our brand to them.

I'm having nightmares getting the PPT to import and publish correctly (surprised?) so I was looking at the SCORM files. They apparently used iSpring to make them (probably from the PPT files) so is there any way I can take those files and import them into Captivate?

These courses are not overly heavy on content. Mostly text and pictures with a couple of click boxes on a few slides.

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Maybe it can be done, but how will you edit in that case?

Why not unzip the PPT files, retrieve the assets, import them in the Library of a new project. Set up a custom theme and recreate the courses from scratch. It may at the end turn out a lot quicker than trying all kind of workarounds.

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Import HTML5 into Captivate

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Long story short we were given a bundle of courses in both PPT and SCORM format. The company advised us we have full license to rebrand and use them as we see fit and we do want to add our brand to them.

I'm having nightmares getting the PPT to import and publish correctly (surprised?) so I was looking at the SCORM files. They apparently used iSpring to make them (probably from the PPT files) so is there any way I can take those files and import them into Captivate?

These courses are not overly heavy on content. Mostly text and pictures with a couple of click boxes on a few slides.

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Maybe it can be done, but how will you edit in that case?

Why not unzip the PPT files, retrieve the assets, import them in the Library of a new project. Set up a custom theme and recreate the courses from scratch. It may at the end turn out a lot quicker than trying all kind of workarounds.

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Maybe it can be done, but how will you edit in that case?

Why not unzip the PPT files, retrieve the assets, import them in the Library of a new project. Set up a custom theme and recreate the courses from scratch. It may at the end turn out a lot quicker than trying all kind of workarounds.

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Completely forgot about unpacking PPT files to grab the assets. Thanks!

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You're welcome... 

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