• FAQs
    Technical support for v7.6 and below has been discontinued by Raptivity from Sep 30, 2016. Currently, we only provide support for Raptivity version 7.7.
    We provide 3GB of hosting space per year for $100. In case you run out of space, you can write to us at info@raptivity.com with the additional space requirement and we will quote you the price accordingly.
    Only HTML5 output type can be uploaded currently.
    Post your online purchase, you will receive an email from us with your unqiue login credentials. You may login to the hosting portal with the same credentials and upload the interactions yourself. Once uploaded, you may share the hosted content with learners through email, or unique sharing links.
    Once the subscription expires, your account will be disabled and you will no longer have access to the hosted content. You will need to renew your subscription to regain access.
    Raptivity operates across Windows PC and Mac OS. For PC it supports Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. For Mac, it supports OS X EI Capitan(10.11.5), OS X Yosemite(10.10.5)
    Raptivity supports more than 125 interactions with HTML5 publishing options.
    You can use Raptivity Linker to create a course using Raptivity HTML5 interactions. Alternatively, you can use Raptivity interactions with authoring tools like Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, etc to create courses. Click here for more details or write to support@raptivity.com .
    Yes, Raptivity HTML5 output is SCORM and AICC compliant. Selected Raptivity interactions also support xAPI (or TinCan). You can find support related information here for every interaction.
    Yes. Interactions created using Raptivity v5.5 and above can be published to HTML5 output.
    Yes! With the latest version of Raptivity all the 35 interactions in Raptivity Essential Pack provide support for Section 508 Guidelines. For a more detailed information on this, have a look at this Voluntary Product Accessibility Template.
    Yes. The output of Raptivity is a single flash file or HTML5, which plays without the need of any propriety plug-ins. For flash output, all you need is Flash Player 9 or above. For HTML5, you don’t need any special plug-in.
    Click here to get step by step details of integration with some of these tools or check out Raptivity Resources section.
    All the 180+ Raptivity interactions are trackable. Raptivity tracks completion status, score and learner responses and makes each interaction Tin Can, SCORM/AICC trackable. You can track the interactions using any SCORM compliant LMS including Blackboard, WebCT, SumTotal, Plateau, Saba and more. The tracking information can also be made available as JavaScript or Flash Shared Object.
    About 30 Raptivity interactions support Tin Can 0.95. To find the list of these interactions, click here or write to support@raptivity.com.
    Yes. Raptivity provides site license option. For more information please write to info@raptivity.com
    Yes. We offer discounts to educational institutes, non-profit and government organizations. For more details about discounts and offers please write to info@raptivity.com
    None! The interactivity you create using Raptivity can be published for royalty free distribution to any number of learners. So you only pay for the license, and can create millions of interactivities.
    You can pay online on www.raptivity.com/store Alternatively, if you want, we can also send you an invoice.
    Yes. We could work with your preferred vendors for delivering Raptivity to you. Alternatively, if you want, we can connect you to our partner(s).
    All Raptivity customers are entitled to free installation support for up to 3 months from the date of purchase. Raptivity also offers Annual Support Plan that ensures quick technical support assistance for any ongoing issues or questions. Annual support plan includes free technical support, upgrades and complimentary access to customer portal where customers can access their license details, find out information about version, upgrades or activation status. The portal also offers a live chat feature to connect with support staff whenever they are available.
    The Raptivity End-User License Agreement entitles a single user to use Raptivity on a singe computer. If you wish to install the software on additional computers, you will need to purchase additional license(s).
    Yes, Raptivity allows you to create your own custom branded versions of the interaction models, and store them under "My Templates". These interaction models can then be re-used without having to do the repetitive task.
    We can easily add Raptivity Flash/HTML5 output in a website by using iframe code. First host Raptivity output on the server, then reference that link in below code.
    <iframe src="Hosted Raptivity output link" width="715" height="500" scrolling="no" />
    For more details write to support@raptivity.com .
    To name just a few: Michigan State University, University of Nebraska, West Virginia University, Mississippi State University, St. Joseph University, Florida State University, Providence College, Wichita State University are amongst those using the power of Raptivity.
    Visit our customers page for more details.
    Yes. The faculty members, educators, or subject matter experts can use Raptivity with minimal learning and absolutely no programming.
    Yes. We offer a 25% discount to government, NGOs or Non profit organizations. Write to info@raptivity.com for more details about discounts.
    Minimum system requirements for interaction creators:- Intel Pentium III Processor or higher, 256 MB RAM 850 MB free hard disk space or higher 256-color monitor or better, Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 & Windows 10 with latest service packs, .NET Framework 2.0 or above (If you are using Windows 7 or above, please ignore this step) Mouse or compatible pointing device.
    Minimum system requirements for learners:- Intel Pentium III Processor or higher, 64 MB RAM, Flash Player 9 or above, Latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer.
    A Single-user could use 1 serial key to activate the product on Home computer and on Office computer only on the Windows operating system.
  • Tutorials

    Just Starting Out

    Customizing a Raptivity Interaction
    Play Video Tutorial
    Adding Hyperlinks to Interactions
    Adding Hyperlinks to Raptivity (v7.6) Interactions
    Play Video Tutorial
    Using the Media Toolbox
    Using the Media Toolbox in Raptivity (v7.6)
    Play Video Tutorial
    Information Look up in Raptivity
    Using the Product Search in Raptivity
    Play Video Tutorial

    Third Party Integration

    Integration of Raptivity Flash output with Articulate Storyline
    Easy integration of Raptivity Flash output with Articulate Storyline (v7.6)
    Play Video Tutorial
    Integration of Raptivity with Adobe Captivate
    integrating raptivity with captivate video
    Play Video Tutorial
    Integration of Raptivity Output in Multi SCORM Utility of Captivate
    multi-scorm output of captivate
    Play Video Tutorial

    CMS / LMS Integration

    Integration of Raptivity SCORM output in Canvas
    integrating raptivity with canvas

    Integration of Raptivity HTML5 output with Moodle
    integrating raptivity with moodle

    Integration of Raptivity output with Blackboard
    integrating raptivity with blackboard

    Integration of Raptivity Collaboration Tools
    integrating raptivity with adobe presenter

    Steps to integrate Raptivity output in Canvas using SCORM upload method

    I) Create a course and publish it in Canvas.
    II) To integrate Raptivity interaction as a SCORM object, perform following steps:
    • SCORM menu under the left side menus is visible once a course is created by the teacher.
    • Select the SCORM menu to upload your SCORM package directly to Canvas.
    • After uploading, there is an option to choose the type of import for the package. Select "import as graded assignment" to track the grades and click "Go”.
    • After completing the uploading of SCORM package, Canvas automatically adds an assignment to the course with the same name as the SCORM that you uploaded.
      This assignment is internally linked to the SCORM package uploaded under SCORM section.
      This assignment has default settings which can be edited.
    • Publish the assignment and the course.
    • Invite students to the course.
    • From Student login, you can attempt the assignment.
    • After attempting the assignment, you can check your grades from the Grades section.

    Using Raptivity HTML5 output with Moodle

    Moodle LMS is SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 compliant. You need to first publish the Raptivity Interaction as SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 compliant. Please ensure that the interaction is published as a HTML5 output. After publishing the interaction, you can then zip the published output and host it on Moodle. Please follow the below mentioned steps to import the published output to Moodle LMS:
    I) Importing the Output:
    • Type the URL Moodle server / URL path in any browser.
    • Home page for the Moodle LMS will be displayed with the login link.
    • By clicking on the login link, the Login page for Moodle LMS will be displayed. Then enter your username and password on this page.
    • Click on the ‘Courses’ on the ‘Site Administration’ panel.
    • Click on the ‘Add/edit courses’ link from the same panel under ‘Courses’./li>
    • Click on ‘Add a new course’ button.
    • Enter the details about the course.
      Note: The value of following parameters should be mentioned as listed below:
      1. Format – SCORM format.
      2. Availability – This course is available to students.
      3. Force Language – English.
    • Enter the details about the course.
      Note: The value of following parameters should be mentioned as listed below:
      1. To assign students to the course, click on ‘student’ link.
      2. Select ‘name of user’ from right panel.
      3. Click on left arrow to add to the students list.
      4. Click on ‘Assign roles in Course ID’ button to save (here actual id of course will be displayed).
    • Click on the ‘Click here to enter your course’ button.
    • Click on ‘continue’ to add SCORM package.
    • Enter name and summary. Then click on ‘Choose or update a file’ button'.
    • Click on ‘upload a file’ button in the displayed window.
    • Click on ‘Browse’ and search for ‘SCORM.zip’ package.
    • Then click on ‘upload this file’ button. (Now you will find the message ‘File uploaded successfully’ displayed on top of the window.)
    •  Now, there are two ways to choose the uploaded file. Please check the below mentioned options.
      Option 1: 
      Click on checkbox provided for file selection and click on ‘choose’ link.
      OR
      Option 2: 
      a. Click on ‘unzip’ link for the uploaded .zip file.
      b. Click ‘OK’ at the bottom of the window.
      c. Click on unzipped folder and click on ‘choose’ link for ‘imsmanifest.xml’ file.
    • Click on ‘Save and return to course’ button (If you need to apply other settings, apply before clicking this button).
    II) To Access the course from admin side:
    • To view the course, click on the course name link under the course structure.
    • Attend the course.
    • Click on ‘Exit activity’ link on top right corner to exit from the course.
    III) To view reports of the attempted course by the student:

    After attempting one or more time, you can find the ‘view reports for 1 attempts (number of attempt)’ link on the top right corner of the course page.

    • Click on ‘view reports for 1 attempts’ link
    • You can find the name, attempt, start and end date and score on the displayed page.
    • Click on ‘attempt number’ under attempt header.
    • Now, you will find the name, status, total time, score and ‘track details’ link. By clicking on the ‘track details’link, you can find all the other details.

    Using Raptivity output with Blackboard

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output.
    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in the Course created using Blackboard using following simple steps:
    • In Raptivity, ensure that interactivity is published with as single file output.
    • Create zip file of the Raptivity Publish Folder.
    • Create a course in Blackboard LMS.
    • Open the newly created course.
    • Now to edit the course documents, click on 'Edit View' link on the top.
    • Add Item in course documents by clicking on 'Item' link.
    • Give appropriate name to the Content.
    • Under content section, Click Browse to attach the content created in step-2.
    • In the special action, select 'Unpackage this file'.
    • Select other options as required and click Submit.
    • On Content actions page, under 'Embedded media information, select the entry point as the .swf file from the list of various available files.
    • Click on Ok button to save the item in the course document.

    Using Raptivity output with Adobe Connect

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output and you need to have Adobe Presenter® 7.0.2 or higher version installed on your machine.
    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in your Adobe Acrobat Connect® Pro Meeting using following simple steps:
    • In Raptivity, ensure that interactivity is published with single file output.
    • Start Microsoft PowerPoint® and create a new presentation.
    • Click on the “Adobe Presenter” menu and it will open up the Adobe Presenter® ribbon. On this ribbon, click the “Insert SWF” option and then click the “Insert SWF File” button.
    • Browse for the Raptivity Interaction Flash file using the Browse Dialogue and press the “Open” button.
    • Click on the Publish Button on the Adobe Presenter® ribbon. Ensure that you select the “Zip package” option from the Publish window.
    • Press the Publish button. This will create a .ZIP file at the specified location. Now, to integrate this with Adobe Connect® Meeting Pro, follow the steps below:
      a. Start Adobe Acrobat Connect® Pro Meeting and create a new Meeting.
      b. From the “What do you want to share?” menu, select the “Documents” dropdown and click on the “Select from My Computer” button.
      c. Select the ZIP file that you created with Adobe Presenter®.
      d. Once you select the file and click “Open”, the file will be uploaded to the Adobe Acrobat Connect® Pro Meeting room.
  • Sample Courses

    Raptivity Samples

    Interactions created using Raptivity

    Low-carb Diet Quiz
    Low-carb Diet Quiz
    By: Raptivity Team
    ‘Catch Them Fast’ quiz that lets you identify low-carb food items in a fun way
    Choosing a Home Loan Provider
    Choosing a Home Loan Provider
    By: Raptivity Team
    Criteria for choosing home loan presented as a dialogue between two characters
    Bank Bribery Act Quiz
    Bank Bribery Act Quiz
    By: Raptivity Team
    A stimulating ‘Bet, Answer and Win’ game on Bank Bribery Act
    Branding Lessons of Famous Brands
    Branding Lessons of Famous Brands
    By: Raptivity Team
    Branding lessons from famous brands presented as ‘Panning Cards’

    Linker Samples

    Courses created using Raptivity Linker

    Using Storytelling as a Powerful Instructional Strategy
    Using Storytelling as a Powerful Instructional Strategy
    By: Team Raptivity
    This short module explains what is storytelling, essential story elements, story mountain and tips for effective storytelling.
    PCI Compliance v3.1
    PCI Compliance v3.1
    By: Monique Head
    This Learning Arc explains the 12 PCI Compliance requirements and goals, along with a practice exercise.
    Gamification EspañolI
    Gamification EspañolI
    By: Madya Ayala
    Madya explica cómo crear un aprendizaje interactivo utilizando una solución innovadora.
    Is it for me?
    Is it for me?
    By: Team Raptivity
    It is built using various Raptivity interactions and a YouTube video.
    The Road Ahead
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on eLearning and its benefits
    By: Team Raptivity
    This Learning Arc explains importance, case study and success stories of e-Learning in manufacturing units.
    Work Ergonomics
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Office Ergonomics
    By: Team Raptivity
    It is built using Raptivity Interactions, an external video pulled in from Exaltive and ‘Text Only’ slide layout.
    Laws of Motion
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Newton's Laws
    By: Team Raptivity
    This Learning Arc explains Newton’s three laws of motion and assesses the learner on the same.
    Crisis Management
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Crisis Management
    By: Shay Patel
    Through this informative Learning Arc, Shay attempts to build a comprehensive course on Crisis Management.
    Demystifying Gamification
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Gamification
    By: Team Raptivity
    It is built using Raptivity Interactions and multiple slide layouts.
    All About Articles
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Usage of English Language Articles
    By: Margaret Choy
    Margaret beautifully explains all about the English language articles through this interesting Learning Arc.
    Ethical Leadership
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on Ethical Leadership
    By: Ann Jackson
    In this small Learning Arc, Ann tries to explain the intricacies of Ethical Leadership.
    Information & Communication Technology
    Raptivity Linker Sample course on ICT tools
    By: Dr.Kumuda Gururao
    This sample consists of a Learning Arc that gives a quick jist of the tools used for Information and Communication Technology

    Customer Samples

    Interactive Raptivity samples which were created by Raptivity customers

    Sample by Consulio
    Sample by Consulio
    This interaction is created using Raptivity interaction and is in Croatian language
    Sample by Consulio
    Sample by Consulio
    This interaction is created using Raptivity interaction and is in Croatian language
    Sample by Consulio
    Sample by Consulio
    This interaction is created using Raptivity interaction and is in Croatian language
    Sample by Consulio
    Sample by Consulio
    This interaction is created using Raptivity interaction and is in Croatian language

    Third Party Integration Course

    Raptivity interactions have been used in Articulate, Captivate & Microsoft PowerPoint® to create interactive courses.

    Articulate Storyline Course
    Raptivity Articulate Storyline Course
    Check out this sample course on ‘Sexual Harassment’, created in Articulate Storyline and enhanced with Raptivity interactions.
    Captivate Sample Course
    Raptivity Captivate Sample Course
    A Captivate sample course on ‘Healthy Eating’, which uses multiple Raptivity interactions for a richer learning experience.
    PowerPoint Sample Course
    Raptivity PowerPoint Sample Course
    A PowerPoint sample that explains Raptivity and its feature set, using PowerPoint slides and embedded Raptivity interactions.
  • Authoring Tools
    Using Raptivity output with PowerPoint

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output.

    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in your MS Presentations (Version 2000 and above) using following simple steps:

    In Raptivity, ensure that interactivity is published as single file output.

    • Open the PowerPoint presentation in which you want to add the interactivity. Go to the slide where you want to add the interactivity.
    • Open the “Control Toolbox” if not already opened. You can open it by clicking toplevel menu View -> Toolbars -> Control Toolbox or right-click any toolbar, and then click the Control Toolbox shortcut menu.
    • From Control Toolbox, click “More Controls” icon, and from the drop down list select “Shockwave Flash Object”. Place the object at desired location on the slide.
    • Right-click the Shockwave Flash object placed on the slide and then click the “Properties” shortcut menu to display the Properties pane.
    • In the Properties pane, assign the full path of the .swf file to the “Movie” field. E.g. Set the Path as “C:\MySlide\MyAssets\Flashcards.swf”.
    • Ensure that the “EmbedMovie” and “Playing” options in the properties pane are set to true.
    • Run the presentation in slide show view. Before running the presentation ensure that the “Playing” option of the shockwave flash object is set to true.
    Inserting Raptivity Interactions in PowerPoint using PowerPoint Add-In

    ‘Raptivity PowerPoint Add-In’ can be used to easily insert Raptivity interactions in PowerPoint. Here are the details regarding this add-in.

    • Before you begin, ensure that the interaction is published as single flash file output.
    • Open the PowerPoint presentation and go to the slide where you want to add the interaction.
    • Select the Add-Ins tab from the PowerPoint toolbar ribbon.
    • Raptivity PowerPoint Add-In will be displayed with four options: Insert Interaction, Package (With Video), Help and About. Click on Insert Interaction.
    • Once you click on Insert Interaction, a browse window will open up. Select the Raptivity published output file (Flash) from the saved interaction folder on your machine and click on Open. The interaction is now inserted in your presentation.
    • In case your interaction has a video to be played, you need to copy the video present in the interaction to the Microsoft Office folder (The exact location would be displayed as a prompt when you insert a Raptivity interaction with video in PowerPoint.)
    • If you would like to send this PPT which includes interactions with videos, create a package of the same at your desired location by selecting the Package (With Video) option in the Add-In.
    Integrating Raptivity Flash (SWF) output with Articulate Storyline

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output. 

    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in your Articulate Storyline using following simple steps:

    • Create a new project in Articulate Storyline.
    • Insert slide by clicking on “New Slide” in “Insert” tab
    • When new slide is inserted, click on “Flash” under “Media” section of “Insert” tab to insert swf file generated using Raptivity. (For Articulate storyline 3 : Click on “ insert “ -> “ Video” -> Select “Flash Movie”)
    • It will open dialog box for selection of swf file.
    • Locate Raptivity generated swf file. It is normally stored in “SFO_Publish” of “Publish” folder where Interactivity Model(.int file) is stored.
    • Click on open.
    • Storyline will insert selected flash file into slide.
    • User can preview project. Swf file will get loaded in preview. (For Articulate storyline 3 : The preview does not support)
    • User can publish project in various options like web/LMS/Articulate online/CD/Word by including/excluding HTML5
    • Publishing using web will create html file into specified folder.
    Integrating Raptivity HTML5 output with Articulate Storyline

    Note: You can include Raptivity’s HTML5 output in Articulate by following these simple steps.

    • Publish the Raptivity interactivity with HTML5 publishing option.
    • Create new project or open existing project in Articulate Storyline.
    • Insert a new slide (or select any slide from existing project).
    • Click on tab ‘Insert’ and then select the ‘Web Object’ under Media.
    • Click on the browse button and select the HTML5 published folder of the Raptivity interactivity.
    • This Web Object control can be resizable. You can adjust the size as per need.
    • Click ‘Ok’ and publish the course.
    • Once done with the publishing. Open the published folder and click on “story.html “file to view the output.
    Using Raptivity output with Articulate Presenter ‘13

    You can include Raptivity interactions published as single Flash File, in Articulate Presenter by following these simple steps:

    Note: In Raptivity, ensure that interactivity is published as single Flash file 

    • Open the PowerPoint presentation in which you want to add the interaction, in Articulate Presenter.
    • Go to the slide where you want to add the interaction.
    • Click on the “ARTICULTE” ribbon tab on the tool bar.
    • Click on “Flash” on the “ARTICULATE” tab ribbon.
    • A dialog box will open for inserting Flash file.
    • Locate Raptivity .swf file. It is normally stored in “SFO_Publish” under “Publish” folder where Raptivity interaction file (.INT) is stored.
    • Select the .swf file and click on Open.
    • Another dialog box will open that will ask you to set preferences on how you want to display and run the Flash file. Set your preferences and click Ok.
    • Articulate Presenter will insert selected flash file into the slide.
    • You can preview the slide by clicking “Preview” on the “ARTICULATE” tab ribbon. .swf file will get loaded in preview.
    • You can publish the presentation in various options like Web, Articulate Online, LMS, CD and Microsoft Word including or excluding HTML5 output. Mark “Include HTML5 output” to let learners view content on mobile devices that don't support Flash.
    Integrating Raptivity Flash (SWF) output with Captivate 9

    Note: Ensure that Raptivity interactivities to be integrated are published as a Single Flash File output.

    You can include Raptivity’s Flash output in Captivate by following these simple steps.

    • Download Animation Widget from the below url and then unzip or extract it:
      http://blogs.adobe.com/captivate/files/2010/11/AnimationWidget.zip
    • Start Adobe Captivate 9.
    • Create a ‘New’ project by selecting the ‘Blank Project’ option or open an existing project.
    • Add a ‘Blank Slide’ to insert Raptivity interactivity.
    • Click on the ‘Media’ tab from the Toolbar and then select ‘Animation’ option from the dropdown list.
    • A dialog box will open to browse and select a file. Locate Raptivity .SWF file. It is normally stored in “SFO_Publish_AS3” folder inside the “Publish” folder where Raptivity interactivity file (.INT) has been stored.
    • Select the .SWF file and click on Open. Raptivity interactivity will now get inserted in the slide but it can be played in Captivate’s preview or published output only.
    • You can adjust its position by holding and dragging the interactivity box. You can also adjust its size by holding the corner of the box and dragging it.
    • Make sure you adjust the ‘Timeline’ as per the time required to play the interactivity (at the bottom center).
    • Repeat the procedure from Steps 4 to 9 to insert more Raptivity interactivities.
    • Save the project.
    • To publish it, click on the ‘Publish’ tab from the toolbar and then on ‘Publish to Computer’ option from the dropdown list.
      In publish window:

      i) Select ‘Publish as’ - ‘HTML5 / SWF’
      ii) Select the appropriate folder path to place the published output.
      iii) Select the ‘Output Format’ as ‘SWF’.
    Integrating Raptivity HTML5 output with Captivate 9

    Note: Ensure that Raptivity interactivities to be integrated are published as HTML5 and all output items inside the ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder are zipped.To zip the output items:
    Select all items inside the ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder -> Right-click on selected items -> Send to -> Compresses (zipped) folder

    You can include Raptivity’s HTML5 output in Captivate by following these simple steps.

    • Open Adobe Captivate 9.
    • Create a ‘New’ project by selecting the ‘Blank Project’ option or open an existing project.
    • Add a ‘Blank Slide’ to insert Raptivity interactivity.
    • Click on the ‘Media’ tab from the Toolbar and then select ‘HTML5 Animation’ option from the dropdown list.
    • A dialog box will open to browse and select a file. Locate the ‘Compressed (zipped) folder’ placed inside the “HTML5_Publish” folder.
    • Select the ‘Zipped folder’ and click on Open. Raptivity interactivity will now get inserted in the slide but it can be played in Captivate’s published output only.
    • You can adjust its position by holding and dragging the interactivity box. You can also adjust its size by holding the corner of the box and dragging it.
    • Make sure you adjust the ‘Timeline’ as per the time required to play the interactivity (at the bottom center).
    • Repeat the procedure from Steps 3 to 8 to insert more Raptivity interactivities.
    • Save the project.
    • To publish it, click on the ‘Publish’ tab from the toolbar and then on ‘Publish to Computer’ option from the dropdown list.
      In publish window:

      i) Select ‘Publish as’ - ‘HTML5 / SWF’
      ii) Select the appropriate folder path to place the published output.
      iii) Select the ‘Output Format’ as ‘HTML5’.
    Inserting Raptivity HTML5 output with Captivate 9 Responsive Project

    The steps are same as given above for integrating Raptivity’s HTML5 output with Captivate, however following two points need to be considered.

    • Ensure that Raptivity interactivities to be integrated are published as HTML5 output with specific target view size. The default size of Raptivity published output is 715 X 500 pixels.

          a. To customize the size, click the ‘Publish’ icon on Raptivity tool bar and then select ‘HTML5’.

          b. A publish window will open, inside that, select the ‘Interaction Size’ as ‘Customized’ and then enter width and height in         pixels. The recommended publishing sizes for few specific devices are listed below:

              i) Desktop: As per user’s screen resolution.
              ii) iPad: 1024 x 716 pixels.
              iii) Galaxy Tab 3 : 1024 x 716 pixels.
              iv) iPhone 4S: 458 X 320 pixels.
              v) iPhone 5: 915 X 640 pixels.
    • Once interactivity is published, ensure that all output items inside the ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder are zipped.
      To zip the output items: Select all items inside the ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder -> Right-click on selected items -> Send to -> Compressed (zipped) folder
    Integrating Raptivity’s Flash output with Captivate 5/Captivate 8

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output. 

    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in your Captivate using following simple steps:

    • Using Raptivity, publish the interactivity as single file output.
    • Download Animation WIDGET from http://blogs.adobe.com/captivate/files/2010/11/AnimationWidget.zip url and Unzip/Extract it.
    • Start Adobe Captivate® 5/Captivate 8.
    • Create a New Project by selecting the “Blank Project” option.
    • After selection of the Animation Widget, a popup will appear. Provide Raptivity’s SWF file name with the extension in textbox of opened popup window and click on OK.
      NOTE: Raptivity Published SWF file should be in same folder of Captivate published file.
    • In Widget property pane of name “Position & Size” (at bottom right hand side), modify X and Y coordinate as 10 and 10 or we may align as per our requirement.
    • Make sure you adjust the timeline as per the time required to play the sound of the interactivity (at bottom center).
    • Now add a “Blank Slide” and repeat the same procedure from Step 3 to step 6.
    • Finally save the project and publish it by clicking on menu File > Publish.
      In publish window
      i) Click on Flash (SWF) at top left corner.
      ii) Give appropriate Folder path to place publish output.
      iii) Check “Export To HTML” checkbox and click on Publish button.
      NOTE: Final Published output file and SWF file both should be in same folder.
    Integrating Raptivity’s HTML5 output with Captivate 8
    • Using Raptivity, publish the interactivity as HTML5 output.
    • Open the Captivate 8 project blank slide in which the HTML5 output can be inserted.
    • On the tool strip click select HTML5 animation.
    • Browse for ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder of Raptivity inside Publish folder , zip ‘HTML5_Publish’ folder and click on open.
    • Preview and Publish the project.
    Inserting Raptivity HTML5 output in Captivate 8 using RWD:
    • Publish Raptivity IM as HTML5 with specific Target view size*.
    • Open the HTML5_publish folder, select all the files together and zip those.
    • Open Captivate 8
    • Select New Project >> Responsive Project
    • Go to Media and select HTML5 Animation
    • Browse for the HTML5 publish folder of interactivity which has zipped in step 2.
    • Finally Insert it, do the adjustments in Captivate screen and Publish

    *Note:

    • For different views of Captivate 8(Primary/Tablet/Mobile), following target view sizes can be used in Raptivity while publishing:
      • Primary : As per user’s screen resolution.
      • Tablet : 715*500
      • Mobile: 715*500
      The inserted Raptivity interaction can be adjusted as per the required view.
    • To view an interaction perfectly in all three views (Primary/Tablet/Mobile), published Raptivity interactions in relevant Target View Sizes need to be added in Captivate separately.
    • When a Raptivity interaction is added in any view size in Captivate, it will be visible by default in the other two views too and needs to dragged to the scrap area manually in order to make it non visible.
    Integrating Raptivity output in Multi SCORM utility of Captivate

    We need to do small modifications in Raptivity output (steps given below) before using it with Captivate’s Multi-SCORM utility.

    • Publish Raptivity output (Html5 or Flash) in one of SCORM format (SCORM 1.2 or 2004)
    • Open the publish folder.
    • From the published folder, open the file called “imsmanifest.xml” in edit mode.
    • In the file, Find the entry having href as .html page. For e.g.:-
      <resource identifier="Resource1" adlcp:scormType="sco" type="webcontent" href="OnePage.html">
           <file href="OnePage.html" />
         </resource></pre>
      Note: The name of html page will be same as name given to your Interactivity. In this example the name is 'OnePage.html'.
    • Cut this resource tag entry from the current location and paste it at the end of page just before
      </resources>
      Save the file.
    • Now for creating zip folder, select all files in the publish folder and zip them.

    Following are steps to integrate Raptivity output in Multi-SCORM utility in Captivate 8.

    1. Open Captivate, in File menu under New Project, click on the “Multi SCORM Packager” option.
    2. Now it will show few template options. You can select any of the given option (most useful options is “Multiple SCOs”).
    3. A Course Manifest Details window will appear, fill the required details and click on “ok”.
    4. Now the course is created, we can upload SCORM packages. Here, there is an option to add file. Click on add file and browse the zip folder created previously and insert into this course.
    5. One can repeat above step to upload multiple packages as per requirement.
    6. After uploading is done, click on publish.
    7. Publish window will appear. Here select location to publish the output and click on publish button. We get a zip folder ready to upload to the LMS.
    Using Raptivity output with Lectora

    Note: Follow these instructions for the interactivities published with single file output. 

    You can easily create interactivity using Raptivity and include it in your Lectora using following simple steps:

    Using Raptivity, publish the interactivity as single file output.

    • Open a Lectora project. You can open a blank template and Save it or you can use an existing template.
    • Click ‘Add’ from the main menu and follow Add --> Object --> Animation.
    • Click ‘Browse’ under ‘Animation’ to select the flash file which is to be inserted in the slide. It will be available under Raptivity published output folder. You can give a name to this animation under the heading 'Animation Name' in the 'Animation Properties' window.
    • To publish Raptivity interaction, click Publish --> Publish to HTML from the main menu.
    • Click ‘Publish’ on the window named ‘Publish Title to HTML’.
    • The published output will be saved in the default folder. Click ‘Ok’ to continue.
    • Click ‘Done’ to continue.
    • Raptivity interaction has been successfully integrated, click ‘Preview’ to view the final output.