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Adobe® Captivate® 7 software helps you rapidly author a wide range of interactive and HTML5-based eLearning content without programming. Easily create application simulations, product demos, drag-and-drop modules,and soft skills and compliance training materials that meet accessibility standards. Transform Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into attractive eLearning content using actors, learning interactions, and quizzes. Publish to the web, desktops, and leading Tin Can-, SCORM-, and AICC-compliant LMSs, and deliver to mobile devices, including iPad.

Top Reasons to buy Adobe Captivate 7

HTML5 publishing
Deliver eLearning on the go. Publish eLearning content as HTML5, and take your courses to mobile devices. Send scoring data to leading Tin Can-, SCORM-, and AICC-compliant LMSs and track learner progress.

Roundtripping with Microsoft PowerPoint
Import your PowerPoint slides, including PowerPoint 2013, in eLearning projects. Bring in objects, animations, and multimedia, easily update the content, and keep your PowerPoint and Adobe Captivate projects in sync with the dynamically linked import option.

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High-definition screencast
Easily create high-quality product demos with the capture-as-a-video workflow. Edit video, and add transitions, smart shapes, audio, and captions. Insert a talking head or another video in a picture-in-picture format. Publish to YouTube with a single click.

Drag-and-drop components
Make eLearning fun with drag-and-drop games, quizzes, and learning modules that can run on desktops and iPad.* Choose from a variety of relationships on basis of which the drop target can accept, reject or replace the drag item(s). Provide audio feedback in response to every attempt.

Enhanced Interactions library
Insert aesthetically designed interactive elements to eLearning content with just a click. Select from a wide range of stunning out-of-the-box interactions, like Hangman, Jigsaw, Process Cycle, Glossary, Accordion, Pyramid, and Animated Rollover, customize the content and appearance, and you’re done.

Tell your eLearning story more effectively using human characters. Select from a wide range of out-of-the-box actors making various gestures to give your eLearning a personal touch. Set them against relevant backgrounds to make your scenarios look more realistic.

Pre-test and branch-aware quizzing
Use pre-tests to assess the knowledge, skill level, or training needs of individual learners. Based on the results, direct learners to the appropriate section, and quiz them at the end to gauge what they have learned.

iPad* publishing
Take your eLearning to mobile devices. Create interactive eLearning content in a jiffy using the iPad* and iPhone* presets. Publish content as HTML5 for access using browsers on iPad* and iPhone.*

Pause and resume
Publish linear eLearning courses as both SWF and HTML5 to allow learners to begin the course on one device, pause the course and then resume anywhere, anytime, and on virtually any browser. Pause and resume courses within Adobe Connect and make your content mobile.

HTML5 support for Microsoft PowerPoint
Import your PowerPoint project, including text, shapes, audio, and animations, into Adobe Captivate 7 and publish them directly to HTML5.

Enhanced accessibility support
Expand your outreach to defense, government, and educational organizations. Easily create simulations and demonstrations that address accessibility standardsΩ such as Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). Define text equivalents, insert clickable areas that allow keyboard access, and more to help ensure that everyone can access your content.

Integration with Tin Can-, SCORM-, and AICC-compliant LMSs
Rest assured that your scoring data will integrate smoothly with your Learning Management System (LMS). Publish your courses effortlessly to leading LMSs, like Moodle, Blackboard, Plateau, Saba, and Sum Total.

*Subject to Apple’s current requirements and approval.
†Available only for Windows®
Ωsuch as Section 508 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0)