Just in case you weren't aware. Adobe Captivate 4 enables you to publish Captivate 4 project files directly to AVI. To do this carry out the following steps:
1. Open your Adobe Captivate 4 project file.
2. Choose File > Publish
3. Select Media from the list of publishing options
4. From the Select Type menu choose Video (*.avi)
5. From the Output Options choose your desired Video and Audio format
6. Click Publish.
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It is difficult to find a good swf converter tool.I downloaded many swf converter and tested them.Based on an overall consideration of various factors,I selected bvcsoft swf to flv converter,it can finish swf to flv,avi,mpeg,mov,wmv,3gp etc many video and audio format.I can keeep my original video size or resize I need.If .swf volume is low or high,I can also increase/decrease volume.usually,I set 95db.
Do you have to use .MOV? I'm using Captivate 5.5 and for some of the work I do, I publish in .mp4 which works on most web/mobile platforms. Have you tried that? Then you wouldn't have to use a converter at all and you can publish in HD if you want.
I'm also having this problem & I don't want to have to pay extra for those swf to mov conversion programs.
I have a feeling that the effect is different on each export so I'm considering doing a few exports and then editing them together in premiere, a poor solution but it might work.
Does anyone even know what this problem is called? It's hard to search for solutions since I can't sum up exactly what is happening.
Any help on this much appreciated. I've attached a picture of the type of stuttered effect I'm getting.
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