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B.Y.O.L.: Get Interactive with Video in Articulate Storyline
Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2014 - March 20, 2014
Over the past few years, video has crossed the difficulty threshold so that now just about anyone with a smartphone can capture high-quality video. This makes video a great candidate for the starring role of an eLearning course. However, making the video meaningful by adding interaction to it is a formidable application that few have yet to harness.
In this session, participants will learn how to add interactivity to video with Storyline. From augmented video information nuggets to full-blown scenarios, you will learn how to enhance your projects with interactive video. You will walk away with the skills to add interactivity to video in your eLearning projects. Source files and additional samples will also be provided to participants so that they can review and ultimately extend their abilities in this area.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to prep your Storyline project for video interactivity
- How to leverage layers and hotspots to enhance your video
- How triggers and layer properties can be used to support video interactivity in your project
- Some cool, industry-specific ideas for using interactive video
Intermediate to advanced levels. Participants should have a solid working knowledge of Articulate Storyline and be able to build projects at a fairly quick level.
Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline with high definition MP4 video.
Student technology needs:
Participants should arrive at the session with Articulate Storyline already installed on their PC laptop. Mac-based laptops require that Microsoft Windows be installed via BootCamp, Parallels, VMFusionware, or some such tool.
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