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  • Name David Anderson
  • Location Valley of the Sun
  • Web http://bit.ly/ElearningHeroes
  • Bio I'm an e-learning designer & Community Manager @Articulate. I share e-learning tips, screencasts & tutorials at http://screenr.com/user/elearning

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ywsanchez

ywsanchez The simplest tools are always the most brilliant:) Thanks for sharing.permalink

elearning

elearning Pretty cool, right? Lot of functionality in that little window:-) permalink

gchruney

gchruney Ah, allow seeking! Thank you!permalink

elearning

elearning @gchruney - Oh sure. Just click the gear icon to bring up the slide layer properties. There's an option to allow seeking: http://d.pr/i/lIID Slide layers have quite a few options. You can see all the options in this article: http://community.articulate.com/tutorials/products/adding-and-editing-slide-layers.aspxpermalink

gchruney

gchruney Sorry, I meant to say when you insert your video on a layer. Then it does not appear to sync. permalink

elearning

elearning @gchruney - Storyline will auto-sync the file to your main timeline. Just go to Insert > Video > and select your video. The video will sync with your slide and the player scrubber.permalink

gchruney

gchruney How do you synchronize the slide with the movie in Storyline? permalink

mrzuio

mrzuio You can make it look even more realistic when you create a shadow of the image, where the shadow goes to the inside. This will create depth to the polaroid. permalink

damithc

damithc To add to my previous comment, PowerPointLabs add-in can be downloaded for free from http://PowerPointLabs.info It works with PowerPoint 2010 and 2013permalink

damithc

damithc Zooming into a specific area of the slide is a common need that is not well catered by PowerPoint. It was possible to do (as this screenr post shows), but quite tedious. With the free PowerPointLabs add-in however, it is as simple as drawing a box to indicate which are to zoom into, and clicking a button. The demo video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1he53yprqXo&hd=1 [disclaimer: I advise the PowerPointLabs team]permalink