(Last Updated: October 13, 2017)


ActivePresenter allows you to run interactive presentations in four modes (so called object operation modes), check out full description of our software here, which are Demonstration, Tutorial, Practice and Test. Each of them is appropriate for a specific purpose. Saying, the Demonstration and Tutorial mode are suitable for teachers to lecture automatically or manually. The Practice and Test mode are appropriate for students to take exercises or examinations.
Let’s take a look at the table below to have a forthright view of four modes so as you can have the most appropriate choice for each particular purpose.

Demonstration ModeTutorial ModePractice ModeTest Mode
The simulation automatically runs based on the time you have set for objects and slides.YesYesYesYes
The presentation jumps to the next slide when the current slide comes to the end.YesYesYesYes
If the toolbar is available, users can control the presentation such as navigate to a certain slide, pause/resume the simulation.YesYesYesYes
The simulation supports interactive capability through mouse and keyboard.NoYesYesYes
ActivePresenter assesses user response and executes associated actions which you have defined before.NoYesYesYes
It has options to create the report of user result and send it to a specified HTTP address.NoNoYesYes
The simulation displays interactive hidden objects when users fail to execute associated actions in predefined time. Yes YesYesNo
Authors can limit the maximum time which users are allowed to complete the test. No No NoYes

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