Recording in Captivate 9
Just wondering if anyone knows any way to record audio narration first and then video afterwards?
I think it is a better workflow (and ends up being quicker than recording both at once or recording audio after). We have found that scripting first, recording the script, and then carrying out the actions accompanied by the recording gets us much more professional results (and is also quicker). It also gives us a script to paste in for closed captions so that we can ensure the most inclusive project possible.
We have found another program (Screencast-O-Matic) that will allow us to do that but has less capabilities than Captivate. Given Adobe is usually very focused on emulating industry work flow it seems like this might be something that would fit within Captivate.
I know in the past people have used the notes in a PowerPoint slide or a second screen or even a print out on a piece of paper - just seems odd you can't do that for other types of video recording and demos.
Our work won't spring for Screencast-O-Matic and Captivate given their similar natures so we are left tossing up functions over workflow (unless someone knows how to do this - hopefully its really obvious and I've just been being dumb).
Thank you in advance to anyone taking the time to help out here.