Adobe Captivate 8.0.1
Adobe Captivate reimagines the way interactive eLearning is created for a multi-device world. Rapidly author a wide range of interactive and responsive HTML5-based eLearning content without programming.
Read on for a quick introduction to the new features and enhancements introduced in Adobe Captivate 9.
What's new and changed
Captivate Draft app for iPad
Use the Captivate Draft app for iPad to quickly create content on the go. Create storyboards whenever inspiration strikes you, and then export it to the Cloud, to work on it later. You can also send your draft projects to reviewers and collaborators.
For more information, see Captivate Draft app for iPad and Review and Collaboration workflow in Captivate Draft
Capture content from iOS devices
Objects can now have multiple states. This feature gives you the freedom to manipulate object behavior and appearance quickly and easily directly from the Property Inspector.
For more information, see Multi-state objects.
The effects panel UI has been revamped for a better user-friendly experience.
New effects have been added. Also motion path effects are now available for responsive projects also.
For more information, see Object effects.
Preview project in LMS
Work in Captivate with svg graphics
Additional breakpoints and UI enhancements for responsive projects
Create knowledge check slides
Publish to Adobe Captivate Prime
Adobe Captivate Prime is a new learning management system that you can use to distribute your e-learning content over the internet to learners.
You can now publish your Captivate projects to Captivate Prime.
For more information, see Publish project to Captivate Prime
You can test any geolocation functionality you have set up when you preview your project in the browser.
For more information, see Emulate geolocation while testing your project.
From an expert: Geo-location Enhancements
Learn about the geo-location related enhancements in Adobe Captivate 9.
In previous versions of Captivate, a given set of actions in an advanced action gets executed all at the same time and not sequentially. This issue is now addressed by the Delay action.
Delay wait_time seconds
wait_time is the amount of time required before executing the next action.
wait_time can also be parameterized in shared action.
DelayNextActionsBy 2 seconds
DelayNextActionsBy 2 seconds
In runtime, show action gets executed at 2 seconds and hide action gets executed at 4 seconds.
- Used to execute a set of actions after 'X' seconds the movie has started playing.
- Combined with jump to slide actions.
- Used to show/hide objects after playing an effect, audio, and so on.
- Combined with change state of action to show objects at desired time interval
From an expert: Delay Next Action in Advanced Actions
Watch this tutorial to learn how to use the delay action in Adobe Captivate 9.
Click Assets on the toolbar to access more than 30,000 assets available to you free with Adobe Captivate 9.