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I’m sorry if I have expressed myself so poorly so you interprete it as a cross-posting. As I view it I have two different problems.
1) When I record “Full Motion Recording” I get multiple slides, while I want it to get recorded as a single slide.
2) If I have a recording consisting of multiple slides and export it, I get the audio in several files. Is it possible to export the audio in a single file?
I posted the recording question and the export portion of this problem in the respective forum. Is that cross-posting?
Sorry about that. My bad. I read the part of recording lectures in both places and misinterpreted your posts.
The link I provided in the other post should help with the multiple sound files. If you are wanting a single continuous video file, Captivate probably isn't your tool of choice at the moment. Who knows what the future may hold, but presently I don't believe it's quite up to the task of a single way long recording.
If you wish to try and coax it into a single recording, there is a Full Motion Editor you may download and use. Personally, I believe it's a bit of a misnomer to call it an "editor", as it doesn't truly allow for editing individual elements. It really only allows slicing, dicing and joining multiple full motion clips. You may view the article as well as download it by following this link.
I am a new user of Captivate but with many years pf software experience but are finding a lot of problems with Captivate. I have already reasearched this problem and I think this is part of your answer. It appears a Flash file will not allow more than 16,000 frames. If you record and compress at 30fps, then you will have an upper record limit of 8.9 minutes. You can change the output production rate to create the flash file to a lower value say 25fpm BUT you will get a poorer quality output.
Hopefully Adobe will look at some of these file limitations as any swf file over 10 minutes becomes a night mare.