After you add an audio file, you can preview the audio to test it.

There are two methods for previewing audio. First, you can preview the entire Adobe Captivate project and listen to the audio associated with an object, a slide, or the background. This lets you see exactly where the audio begins and ends in the project and enables you to experience the audio as your users will.

Second, if you need to preview only the audio without hearing it in the context of the project, you can open an object, slide, or background audio and play the audio file.

Test object audio

  1. On stage, select the object with associated audio.

  2. In the Property Inspector (Window > Properties), click Edit Audio in the Audio area.

  3. In the Object Audio dialog box, click the Play icon to listen to the audio file.

Test slide audio

  1. Select the slide that contains audio.

  2. Select Audio > Record.

  3. In the Property Inspector (Window > Properties), click Edit Audio in the Audio area.In the Object Audio dialog box, click the Play icon to listen to the audio file.

Test background audio

  1. In an open project, select Audio > Edit > Background Audio.

  2. In the Background Audio dialog box, click the Play Audio icon to listen to the audio file.

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