I have a PowerPoint presentation that I need to be developed as an online course using Macromedia/Adobe Director. The PowerPoint is 33 pages in length. The presentation/course is an informational only course (no test or remembering answers to questions) just give the facts.
The PowerPoint has pages of text and images that must be lined with voiceovers. What I would like is for the pages with text to fade in as the person is speaking about a particular point and continue through the course until action is needed by the user.
Example: The text is a definition for objective - Objective: You will be able to recognize and locate the new FC for 2007. I have a recorded voice talking and I would like the text to fade onto the screen.
I also have a couple example where I would want the user to rollover the work objective and the definition … You will be able to recognize… will fade in and stay on the screen.
For the image pages, I have flash file that shows a user navigating the screens and I have screen pictures that I would want the user to move the mouse and click on a button to navigate the page ??" with help (red blinking box around the button the user should click or arrow telling the user to click the “next button??.
The voiceovers I have and will provide.
The images I have and will provide.
The flash file I have from Macromedia Captivate.
I am on a time line and need a draft completed by 3/16/07 with the final completed by 3/23/07.
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