You can upload videos to YouTube, Adobe Captivate Prime, or save the videos as MP4 files on your computer.
Click Settings ()in Adobe Presenter Video Express. Click Preferences and choose the Publish Settings option.
Use the slider to specify the quality of the published output. The higher the quality, the greater is the file size.
Publish Quality takes effect only in the published output of the video.
For more information, see Setting Preferences.
Click SHARE and then click COMPUTER.
Adobe Presenter Video Express converts your project to an MP4 file at the back end. After the conversion is completed, the output folder with the MP4 file appears.
The default publish folders:
On Windows: C:\Users\username\My Documents\My Adobe Presenter Video Projects Published\<project_name>\<project_name.mp4>.
On Mac: /Users/<username>/Documents/My Adobe Presenter Video Projects Published/<project_name>/<project_name.mp4>
Adobe Captivate Prime is a Learning Management System (LMS) that you can use to distribute your e-learning course over the internet to learners.
In the Publish to Captivate Prime window that opens as shown here, enter your email address that you used during registration.
All accounts associated with your email address or account name appear.
If you don't have an account, you can set up one by clicking Create an Account with your Adobe ID.
Sign in with your Adobe ID and password if prompted.
If you do not have an Adobe ID already, you can create one in the following window. Administrators of an organization can also login with Adobe ID initially.
Enter the module name, description, and time duration in the fields in the dialog box as shown here.
Check whether it is a public module or a private module, and enter tags that make it easier for people to find your module.
Click Publish to publish your project to Adobe Captivate Prime.
In the Tags field, type the tags for the project to optimize your users' search for the project. Use commas or semicolons to separate multiple tags.
Generally, the tags are the search terms that your users use to search for your project on YouTube. Some examples are the subject of your project, or the key terms in the project, or the title.
Public: To make your project available for everyone who accesses YouTube.
Private: To make your project available to only specific set of users. After uploading the file, log on to YouTube, and provide permissions for such users (or to users with whom you want to share the link). For more information, see this website.