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.


Working with Key Strokes

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.

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Creating New Projects

Saola Animate makes it easy to create HTML5 animation for different screen sizes. When working with the application, the first thing to do is create a new project. Then, you’ll import content, create animation, add interactivity, and finally export the project to HTML5. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the first step: creating a new project.

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Working with Mouse Clicks

Mouse clicks are interactive objects placed at areas in a slide where users must click to trigger the next action. They are often used in software simulations to teach the use of applications.

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Question Score and Report in ActivePresenter 7

In creating eLearning content, defining how to score and report learner results is one of the most important tasks, especially when tracking online learners needed. Not to mention a clear report can give learners a better view of what they should focus on and what they need to practice more to get a better result next times.
This article will cover how to define score and report of interactive questions (as well as interactive objects) in ActivePresenter 7.

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Setting Background Fill Styles When Creating HTML5 Animation

Saola Animate offers background fill styles to modify the background of a scene or an element. In a word, you can fill in a scene or an element with colors or images, or even make it transparent. Keep reading to learn more details about these background fill styles and get some tips to use them when creating HTML5 animation.

Creating Projects from Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations

We’ve learned how to create projects in ActivePresenter 7, from creating blank projects to creating responsive projects. Today, we’ll learn how to create projects using Microsoft PowerPoint slides.
This is a content-generation method where we import PowerPoint slides into a new ActivePresenter project.

Objects Overview

Object is a generic name for any structure item that is placed on a slide to add annotation or to make it interactive. Normally, ActivePresenter classifies objects into two different categories which are objects that are used for annotation and for interact with...

The Most Common Types of Interactions You Could Use In Your Courses

Interactions in eLearning have been deemed as a right-hand in boosting the cognitive benefits of learners.  Utilizing interactions in eLearning means provoking learners’ action onto the screen by means of mouse-click, mouse drag, mouse hovering or text typing. If you...

Creating eLearning Games 02: Millionaire Quiz

Want to make your very own version of the game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Then, this tutorial is what you’re looking for. It’ll walk you through the design and development of the Millionaire Quiz in ActivePresenter.

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