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Ibn Saeed
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Running Courses created in CourseLab, in Adobe Connect Pro

Jun 11, 2010 9:03 AM



I would be purchasing Adobe Connect Pro but I would like to know if its possible to upload and run content/course created in Courselab.


I have tried to create a short course for testing in courselab, i exported it all the possible options


1) Run from CD

2). Run under SCORM 1.2 LMS

3). Run under SCORM 2004 LMS

4). Run under AICC LMS


ALl of the above options created a zip file with contents in it.


The only zip file which successfully uploaded was "Run from CD"


Contents in :



Folder = > 1 => start.html  ( this is the main file)



I ran the content in connect pro, it opened up the window, but it remained empty. I tried the same thing in my local directory on my computer and the course ran successfully.




I tried to test out a course created in udutu, and it worked perfectly.


I would like to know if anyone has successfully used content created in CourseLab in Adobe Connect Pro.




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    Jun 11, 2010 10:18 AM   in reply to Ibn Saeed

    I did a Google search on "adobe presenter open source" and found this


    this site development-tool/

    states that "Similar to Adobe Presenter / Captivate and Articulate Presenter, Xerte publishes web-ready videos to html pages that call swf files (minus the price tag, of course)."


    but it does not look like that it imports PPT or plugin to PPT.


    not sure if you can publish the content to Connect.

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    Jun 15, 2010 7:22 PM   in reply to Ibn Saeed

    Ibn Saeed,


    I would expect that the AICC-based content should work in Adobe Connect Pro.  Do you want to contact me off-list to see if we can get it working?  I wrote that article on getting SCORM-based content to work in Connect.






    Andrew AT LearningConsulting DOT com

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