I can't find the information.
I have two SCORM files (created in an e-learning design company -> not created with Adobe Captivate).
Each file is in a different language.
I want to create an intermediate activity in Adobe Captivate with two buttons (per language) so that users can select the desired language.
Is this possible?
Can I insert one or more SCORM files into Adobe Captivate and create buttons that link to these files? What if SCORM files are not created in the Adobe suite?
I read that there is a possibility with Adobe Multi-SCORM. Unless I am mistaken, this is only possible with content created in the Adobe suite.
Thank you for your help
Captivate does not allow you to import SCORM zip packages into a Captivate project file. Captivate is an app that creates SCORM packages. The Learning Management System (LMS) is where you upload SCORM zip files.
The Adobe Multi-SCORM Packaging tool ships with Captivate but you are correct that it requires the SCORM zips you add to it are created with Captivate, not some other app.
Another problem you will have is that you appear to be wanting to use one SCORM package to call another one. This violates the SCORM standard which states that a SCORM package is a totally standalone chunk of learning that does not require files outside the package. It's supposed to be the navigation provided by the LMS that calls each SCORM to launch.
We use an LMS. But we have to publish the 2 SCORM files separately (same content but 2 different languages). We are looking for a solution to publish a single file, with the possibility for the participant to choose the language.
If I understand the end of your message, this is not possible. Unless it is the e-learning company that does it at home, with the export of a single SCORM file.
Thank you very much for your explanations.