You can view all audio details (Audio > Audio Management) in one convenient location in Adobe Captivate. This is an easy way to see the playing time, size, and other attributes of all the audio files in a single project.
The slide name.
The presence (Yes or No) of a sound file.
The length of the sound file, in seconds.
The presence (Yes or No) of a fade-in effect.
The presence (Yes or No) of a fade-out effect.
The size of the sound file.
The original name of the sound file.
The name of the file after you have renamed it in Adobe Captivate. If you have not renamed the file, the original name is displayed.
Audio Sample Rate (kHz)
This rate is the number of times per second the original waveform is translated into digital form. A higher sample rate results in a more accurate digital representation of the sound. The sample rate for CD-quality audio is 44,100 samples per second.
This rate is the number of bits a digital file uses in a specific time period, usually expressed as kilobits per second. The higher the bit rate at which an audio file is encoded, the higher the sound quality; 128 Kbps is a commonly used rate.
Indicates whether a transcript of the dialogue or sound effects has been included in the audio file.
click this icon to plays the audio for the selected slide.
click this icon to stop the audio from playing.
Click this icon to remove or delete the audio for the selected slide.
Click to opens a Browse For Folder dialog box and export the selected audio file to a folder.
Click to pull an updated version of the audio file.
Click this icon to enter a transcript of the dialogue or sound effects included in the audio file. Closed captioning improves the accessibility of your project for hearing-impaired users.
Show object level audio
Select this check box to display any audio files associated with objects (click boxes, captions, buttons, highlight boxes, and so on) in the project.
Include MP3 files in export
Select this check box to include mp3 files when you export audio.
Include WAVE files in export
Select this check box to include WAV files when you export audio.