Wanted: Presenter Video Spotlights

Nov102005
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Customers

Since we launched Articulate Presenter 5 over the summer, one of the most asked about and popular features has been presenter video — the ability to insert a Flash movie (.SWF or .FLV) into the presenter panel of the Articulate Player to create a “talking head” presentation, or simply to provide visual accompaniment for the content presented in the slide area.

So that’s where you come in! Have you created a cutting-edge presentation or e-learning course that leverages the presenter video feature of Articulate Presenter? Want to share your work with the world, and get some free marketing for your company / school / product / services? We want to hear from you!

Please drop me a line if you’re interested. If you already have the content online, please include a link. Otherwise, I’ll respond with instructions for uploading to us for review.

Thanks in advance! I look forward to seeing the compelling content you’ve created with Articulate tools!

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