3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 19, 2010 11:31 AM by Captiv8r

    exporting quizzes to .mov format


      I want to use Captivate to add interactivity to a Quicktime-based training video I'm building. I don't want to add the Quicktime files to Captivate as a project, because I need to the video to be available in several formats.

      Basically, I want to make quizzes in Captivate, export them as video files, and incorporate them into a larger video project through Final Cut Pro. However, FCP only accepts .MP4 or .MOV files, not Flash.

      Is this possible? Can I retain the interactivity of the quiz in a quicktime-based file?