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March 22 – 24, 2017 Orlando, FL

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LS110 BYOL: Building Great Training Videos with Replay 360

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 22

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Palm 5

Video can be a powerful tool in training, but many of the quality video tools are expensive and difficult to master. The average developer just does not have the budget, the skills, or (most importantly) the time to become proficient in a high-end video editing tool.

In this session, you’ll explore how to use Articulate’s Replay 360 to build high-quality yet inexpensive training videos with ease. The newest version of Replay has been enhanced to include many of the editing features normally reserved for the more expensive editors (cut, delete, split, silence, and mix). You’ll explore how Replay 360 can be used to record your screen, create picture-in-picture videos, edit existing video clips, enhance the content with transitions and lower thirds, and publish videos to Articulate Review or locally as an MP4 to insert into your course development software.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to use Replay to record screen movements
  • How to add picture-in-picture presenter video
  • How to enhance the video output with transitions and lower thirds
  • How to publish the videos in MP4 format for use in a learning module

Audience:
Novice to intermediate designers and developers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Replay 360 and Articulate Review.

Technology required:
Laptop running Windows and Replay 360.

John Berendes

Senior Learning Consultant

Yukon Learning

John Berendes, a senior learning consultant at Yukon Learning, collaborates with customers to develop effective eLearning solutions while also providing customer training and support for the Articulate suite of products. He has a passion for learning and has spent nearly 20 years in various training and development roles. John creates an environment that is both informative and entertaining, utilizing humor and storytelling techniques, all without ever losing sight of the ultimate goal: the success of the learner.

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