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.
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.
ActivePresenter makes it easy to record and edit software simulations. You can customize many things like cursor paths, mouse clicks, feedback messages, etc.
In ActivePresenter, it’s easy to add company logos to your training content to build visual identity. This tutorial shows you how.
This article will show you how to export projects to PDF, Word and Excel. Then, you can use these exporting methods to save projects as document types.
After recording, you can edit recorded videos (also screencasts) right inside ActivePresenter. Learn video editing features to do that in this tutorial.
Advanced Actions will help you define complex actions, executive multiple actions at once, and build conditions for actions logically without repeating the same stages for each object.
This article will show you how to change the project language and edit the output language in the HTML5 output of ActivePresenter 8.
In recording screen, an Active Window is a top-level window in the recorded application that is active at a time. With the Active Window feature, ActivePresenter can automatically detect the area that you want to record and save it in the recorded slide.
Localization is the process of adapting a project for use in a specific country, a region with a particular language, culture, and desired local look and feel. If you are creating demonstrations or simulations of a certain application that supports multiple languages, you may need to localize projects for each language. With ActivePresenter, you can do it easily thanks to the slide background replacement and the text translation feature.