I created a video demo. I replayed the video demo file, realized I had missed some content and realized I needed to add it at a point in the middle of the cpvc file.
I cannot find a way to put the cursor in the timeline and add new content. That is correct, right? There's no way to do that.
Therefore, it seems I need to:
If there is a way to accomplish this simple task within Adobe Captivate, please tell me. I opened the Adobe Captivate Help and searched for "interpolate content into a video demo file" and got a grab bag of useless discussions.
I always do the recording in small steps myself, certainly if I want to turn the video into an interactive video.
In your case try this workflow:
What are the exact steps to split the video, please? I searched for that and also got a hodgepodge of useless results.
Thanks very much for your help.
In the editor, make sure you are not in Mouse editing mode. The Split button is dmmed when the playhead is at the start or the end for the timeline, but gets available when it is somewhere else.
Some more info about Video Demo's Timeline in:
I'm getting there.
Once I have split the video, if I attempt to move the right-hand clip as you suggest, I assume I only have to move it a few seconds along the timeline to make room for the new clip to be inserted. But, instead, the second clip instantly moves far along the timeline, to somewhere like 3:48 minutes away from the first. Then I have to manually pull it back into position close to the split. How do I control the movement of the clip?