Register

Leveraging Qarbon's Patented Cursor Technology

Blog posts from our famous "ViewletMarm"

Moderators: Qathy, vmarm

User
User avatar
Posts: 182
Joined: Wed May 31, 2006 8:51 pm

Leveraging Qarbon's Patented Cursor Technology

Postby vmarm » Mon Apr 07, 2014 8:37 am

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The Viewletin
An Inside ‘Take’ on All Things Viewlet
~by ViewletMarm

Realism is the staple of any effective eLearning Viewlet video. Lifelike simulations engage the viewer, slowly drawing them ever so subtly into the action. Successful Viewlet Authors know this, leveraging every possible authoring tool available in ViewletBuilder to its fullest potential, among them--Qarbon's Patented Cursor Technology.

So, why is this important? Well, let me tell you.

Many so-called eLearning video apps embed the cursor as part of the background image, so you can't 'get at it' to fix any mistakes made during the capture session. This is just plain lame. Qarbon's patented technology not only allows you to take a flexible approach to enhancing your Viewlet with cursor animation, but also allows you to tweak it 'after the capture' too. Here's how...

The flexible part of this technology provides Viewlet Authors first and foremost with control. By this, I mean, YOU, the Viewlet Author, decides if you want to capture cursor animation during the recording session OR add it in manually after capture. If you opt to capture cursor animation during your capture session, these converted slides will have a 'Cursor Path' layer. And, since the cursor has its own layer (and is NOT embedded as part of the background frame), you can edit the various elements making up the cursor animation as you need...and so much more.

first_slide.jpg


See how you can leverage Qarbon's Patented Cursor Technology yourself by watching one of the video below!

PC (Demo)

Mobile Device/Smartphone (Demo)

When tweaking your cursor animations, remember, you are not just a videographer, you are THE Viewlet Author!

That's it for this blog.


Until next time (and all times in between)...
Happy Viewleting!

~ViewletMarm~

Return to The Viewletin

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest