How to Use Closed Captioning in Adobe Captivate
If you're using audio narration in a project, you can create closed captioning to go with it. Closed captions use the Slide Notes field for the text that will be displayed, so first make sure that the Slide Notes pane is displayed.
The Slide Notes pane opens. If you had previously generated text-to-speech audio for some placeholder narration, it will appear here.
If you have a slide with longer narration, you can split it up into multiple slide notes and adjust the time that each note appears.
The CC Settings window opens up for the selected slide, previewing how the closed captions will look.
The size and position of the caption box is represented as percentages of the project's size, instead of pixels.
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