Yesterday I was creating a piece of elearning using Adobe Captivate. I had a file that consisted of 33 slides along with a 6 minute MP3 of my narrative.
When viewed by end users, the eLearning had to move from one slide to the next with no intervention from the learner, so I had to attach a duration to each slide.
If you’ve ever created eLearning or a PowerPoint with audio, you’ll know that you have to set the duration of each slide based on the audio.
I needed a different duration for each slide and with over 30 slides I didn’t want to have to manually do the calculations. So I turned to my “slide duration calculator”
You can learn more about how the slide duration calculator works in this tutorial.