Do you have a lot to say in one Replay 360 video? Perhaps you have several topics to cover and you want to differentiate segments of information. To divide up content in a helpful and more digestible manner for your learners, we can animate in section headers throughout our Replay 360 project. When it’s time to introduce or change subjects in e-Learning, we like to make that shift clear so learners can focus on learning. This often takes the form of a section title slide in Storyline 360, but in
How Do I Fade In or Out on a Replay 360 Video?
During our hands-on Articulate 360 training sessions, we have lots of fun creating and editing professional-quality training videos with Articulate’s intuitive screencast tool, Replay 360. When working with Replay 360, I’m often asked about creating a fade-in or fade-out effect for the beginning or ending of the video. Although there is no built-in “fade-in/out option” in Replay 360, it’s relatively easy to create, and can really add a nice touch to your training videos. Let’s take a look! Step One: Video Once you’ve launched Replay 360, record your video or
How Can I Utilize a Picture-in-Picture Video to Create a Dynamic Walkthrough of My Course Material?
Recently, one of my students asked me about using a picture-in-picture video to create a narrated walk-through of a particular topic. She was curious as to whether she should use Replay or if she should use Storyline 2. It really depends on what kind of functionality you want your “tour” to have. After experimenting with several methods, the following should provide some good guidelines. Replay or Storyline 2? The big question to ask is whether you need the learner to see step-by-step slides or whether a simple video walk-through will