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What are the Best Premier Pro setting to use to EXPORT a Captivate friendly file?

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Feb 26, 2019

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Captivate says it requires AVI, MOV , FLV or F4V files for video....I don't see those on Premier Pro export file types....What are the best export settings for premier Pro Export - to work with Captivate?

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What are the Best Premier Pro setting to use to EXPORT a Captivate friendly file?

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Captivate says it requires AVI, MOV , FLV or F4V files for video....I don't see those on Premier Pro export file types....What are the best export settings for premier Pro Export - to work with Captivate?

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From Premiere you export through Adobe Media encoder: export to .H264 (mp4) - maintain your 16:9 but output at a size that would fit the slide or a portion of the slide - you could help reduce band width by reducing the frame rate from 29.9 to say 24 say full motion video or 15 frames / second simple talking head - again to reduce file size could look at mono output - rather than stereo and reduce the Hz from 44000 to something less. the key is to know your bandwidth limitations for your captivate project - will your project be hosted on a web server or lms, (some lms products are terrible at playing back video content) will the learner view the content on a computer tablet or phone. If designed for phone delivery remember you generally have less processing capability and users don't really want to use up their data - so minimize bandwidth to accommodate this.

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