Screencast: Add Audio Closed Captioning in Articulate Storyline 3 or 360

Yesterday, Articulate announced the release of Articulate Storyline 3, which is huge for all of those folks who were a bit saddened by the release of Articulate 360. Now, you can choose to purchase a stand-alone, perpetual license of Storyline 3 – Hooray!!!

One of the most exciting new features in Storyline 3/360 is the addition of closed captioning import capabilities. Today, I show you how to add closed captioning to your audio files in Storyline 3, and a huge shoutout to VoiceBase, because they were the great folks who provided my caption file (for free – check them out).

Check out the screencast below!

Screencast Throwback: Specify AutoRecovery Parameters in Articulate Storyline

Today I’m talking data loss…something most of us have likely experienced, and something I know I have certainly cried over.

Storyline 2 and Storyline 360 have an AutoRecovery function (sorry Storyline 1 users), and it has saved my butt on many an occasion. By default, the functionality is turned on/selected, but it’s always a good best practice to quickly check the Storyline Options when you begin a new project, and adjust the save time to your liking.



Screencast: Loop Audio (or Video) in Articulate Storyline

Hey folks! I’m back with another month of screencasting. February’s screencasts were a huge success,   so much so that I thought I’d do it again.

During the months of screencasts, weekends will include throwback videos; however, as today is the first day of the month, I’ll kick things off with a new screencast. In this demo, I’m showing you how you can easily loop audio (or video) in Articulate Storyline. It’s super easy, but something people are always asking about.

If you’re interested, check out the demo below!