RE: New question about demos - transition effects

Subject: RE: New question about demos - transition effects
From: "VERKERKEN Wouter" <Wouter -dot- VERKERKEN -at- swift -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 10:53:21 +0200

Hey John

I have used Captivate to produce a demo like that, adding slides to a
movie, partial screen shots, even giving users a basic idea of what it's
like to use the software by making buttons clickable...


>-----Original Message-----

>- show the screenshot
>- highlight the key info on the screenshot and display callout text
>("Look at the wonderful info :-)")
>- fade in the report/graphic samples
>- go on to the next point (either automagically or through keypress on
>Overall, I'd like to have a screen that shows thumbnails for each
>feature as the demo menu - click the appropriate thumbnail, jumps to
>that demo portion.
>So... none of this is 'live action' - Camtasia, Captivate are
>not really
>appropriate. Qarbon and Wink would be good if I was doing screenshot
>progressions through the use of the features, but I don't
>think they do
>what I want.


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