[Video] How to Insert HTML5 Files into Adobe Captivate 8

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I’m here to walk you through how to insert HTML5 files, like Game Templates and Interaction Templates, to work with Adobe Captivate 8. Keep in mind, HTML5 files can come from several different sources. For this tutorial, I am going to use HTML5 files from Adobe Edge Animate that I have edited. The best way to get the file to put into Adobe Captivate 8 is through a web window or web object. Let me show you how to do this eLearning trick.

Upload Files to an FTP Client

The first step is to upload your files into an FTP server. With all the published files from Adobe Edge Animate, upload it to your FTP server. I like to use Filezilla. If you don’t know how to use FTP servers, you might need to get hold of your IT department. Once you have the published files from Adobe Edge Animate in your FTP client, get the file location. This location becomes your URL. This URL will be what we put into Captivate.

Put the URL Into Adobe Captivate 8

The next step you will want to check and make sure your URL works before you put it in Captivate. Next, open Captivate and create a new slide. Now go to the Interactions tab then in the drop down click Learning Interactions. A window will open and just scroll down to the bottom to web object. Select it and then click insert.

The new window will have the option to put your new URL or address into Captivate. Paste your URL in, and click OK. Now your HTML5 game or interaction will be inside your Captivate course. Next, you’ll want publish this course, and put those files into your LMS.

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