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 Loop a Video?
Video is a great way to communicate a message to learners in your courses! We’re often asked during our hands-on Articulate 360 training how to make a video automatically play over and over again or “loop.” Let’s look at how this can be done in Storyline 360! To begin, insert a video onto a slide via the Insert tab, be it Content Library 360 media or your own. (You may want to have your video fade in and fade out. Visit this blog post to add that effect in Replay
Can I Make a Video Un-Clickable?
As many of you may know, if a Storyline 360 video is playing and a learner clicks on it, the video pauses. If they click it again, it resumes. Let’s answer the common “as heard in training” question: “How do I make videos un-clickable?” Why are videos clickable in the first place? Well, this click-to-pause design mimics how other software and social media use video. If you were watching a video on a platform like YouTube or Facebook right now, you would experience the same action. (Go ahead and try
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