Tutorials & Tips about Screencasting, HTML5 Animation Creation & Rapid eLearning Authoring
We write tutorials, guides and tips about screencasting, video editing, rapid HTML5 elearning authoring and HTML5 animation creation.
ActivePresenter allows for localizing projects, which is adapt projects for the use in a specific region with a different language and culture.
In addition to localizing the project content, the output language (in HTML5) can also be translated, tailoring to the viewers’ mother tongue. With many supported languages, you can have the objects of the Player (e.g. elements, tooltips of the command button on the Toolbar) or the messages automatically translated to other languages.read more
Gesture effects are what you need when creating tutorials based on mobile and touch devices. They are visual effects that simulate taps, swipes, pinches, and the like in your demonstration.read more
As a keyframe-based animation tool, Saola Animate lets you create animation keyframes effortlessly. Keep reading to know how.read more
You can export ActivePresenter projects to the Word document output using a custom Word template. This technique is useful to create software operations manuals and training manuals.read more
Responsive layout lets animations restyle to fit the device orientation and size changes. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of responsive layout in Saola Animate.read more
Crossword game is both interesting and intellectual at the same time. You can use it to provide learners with vocabulary in a particular field or test their knowledge in a refreshing way.
Today, we’ll learn how to create this type of game with ActivePresenter 7: Fruit Names.
Text boxes are interactive objects into which learners can enter text. They are a good way to test learner knowledge and collect learner information.read more
ActivePresenter 7 is a professional tool that makes screen recording, video editing, and eLearning authoring all possible. It allows you to create software simulations, video demonstrations, eLearning games, etc. For each purpose, it provides you with a sufficient format. For example, while a video is the format for video demonstrations, HTML5 is meant for interactive software simulations.read more
Saola Animate offers a user-friendly interface for building HTML5 animation. This tutorial will show you a brief overview of the Saola Animate user interface.read more
In software simulations, you often want to simulate keyboard actions that interact with the target software. Key strokes are interactive objects that help you do that. They respond when users press a key or combination of keys on their keyboard.read more