Need some direction with converting old SWF courses to HTML

Community Beginner ,
Jan 08, 2021

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Hello - I am sure there are lots of posts on this but I did a quick search and none of them seem direct for what I need. I am behind with conversions with Flash support having ended and am looking for step by step instructions on exactly how to do it. Is it as simple as republishing from swf to HTML? Probably not right? Any and all assistance is appreciated. 

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Jan 08, 2021

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I don't know if you read this post, and used the Captivate course to see the possibilities depending on the situation of your old CP projects?

It is certainly not simple at all.

http://blog.lilybiri.com/using-cpquizinfoanswerchoice-for-survey-conversion-from-swf-to-html

Even if you are in the most comfortable situations where you can open the cptx file in the present version, you will still need to check every slide on compatibility issues.  The HTML tracker can help, but is not perfect. 

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Jan 11, 2021

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Do these SWF elearning lessons have raw Captivate files (or perhaps FLA Adobe Animate file)?
If you do, it can be as simple as republishing them to HTML5. However, you need to test the published files. Some of the animations that works in flash might not work as you intended in HTML5.

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