Best Practices for Publishing to YouTube in the New Adobe Captivate 5.5

I’ll keep this introduction short and to the point and get to the video quickly. One of my favorite new features in Adobe Captivate 5.5 is publishing to YouTube.

However before you hit the new YouTube button in the toolbar, I recommend you watch this short video where I share some best practices for you to consider, in order to get the most out of this feature. I also go over another great new feature, namely the ability to publish your projects in the background using the new Adobe Captivate Video Publisher, while at the same time being able to continue working with your Adobe Captivate projects.

I hope you like this new feature and once you start using it, please share your public videos on YouTube created with Captivate 5.5 and I’ll go and check them out.

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About RJ Jacquez

My name is RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Analyst and Consultant, helping companies understand the potential of Mobile and make a successful transition from eLearning to mLearning in their organizations. Also a Mobile Learning Evangelist, Podcasting and Blogging the Mobile Learning Revolution as it happens. Before that, I worked for Adobe Systems and Macromedia as a Senior Evangelist. I'm honored to be among great company in the following lists and articles: 1) mLearning’s game changers: Who’s on your dream team? (http://t.co/7j5KoylW) 2) Top 25 Most Influential Bloggers in Technical Communications (http://bit.ly/a8ooZC) 3) Top 20 most influential tweeters in eLearning, training and HR (http://bit.ly/KCOjqf). 4) I was also mentioned in this article on Why Every Company Needs a Robert Scoble (infographic) for my work as an Adobe Evangelist (http://bit.ly/v0IMHs). Please follow me on Twitter @rjacquez
  • Anitaalbert

    with respect to pubishing to you tube, i woud have liked to see the final product on you tube. thanks-great information.

  • Melanieg

    Will posting to You Tube also include user interaction such click boxes, quizzes, etc. and report to the LMS? Or should we publish just for demo purposes only.

  • Grant

    Hi RJ – is it possible to upload a project with a TOC in it to Youtube? It looks like it needs to be SWF, therefore, publishing to mp4 basically removed the TOC