If you perform full motion capture in Captivate (happens automatically when you drag your mouse), it will create multiple SWF files in your project directory. A work around I learned yesterday from RJ is below:
- Record your Captivate movie as you normally would, including drag and drop.
- Publish your Captivate movie as SWF output (this publishes the main movie plus individual full motion SWFs)
- In Captivate, go to the Full Motion slides and delete the full motion screen, then insert an animation and navigate to and select your full motion swf to insert.
- Repeat step 3 for all full motion slides
- Publish your Captivate movie to SWF output. (optionally, you can also turn off the skin when you publish – I created a “no-skin” skin)
- In your published folder, you can now delete the full motion swfs and the skin swf if you want. Your published SWF will contain the full motion swfs you inserted as animations with no loss of quality.
Let me know if you have questions and/or comments about this.