Adobe Captivate 5 – Effects in use in a project


In my earlier post I talked about the new Effects feature in Adobe Captivate 5. I have updated one of my old projects from Adobe Captivate 4 to Adobe Captivate 5 and have used the new Effects in the project.

This gives you an idea of what you can do in your own projects with these effects. It’s a really cool feature and very quick and easy to implement in your projects.

By the way – The conversion from Adobe Captivate 4 to Adobe Captivate 5 was painless. No problems what-so-ever.

Click the image below to view the project. Not only will you see how the Adobe Captivate 5 Effects work, but you will also improve your cooking skills ;o)

Demonstration of Adobe Captivate 5 Effects




Buy Adobe Captivate 5 here on the Adobe website



  1. Thanks for sharing this. It looks like you used a motion path and some sort of rotation (when the fish sauce poured and when the ingredients went into the soup). Are those new features in Captivate? If so, YAY!!!

  2. Hi Noelle,

    Yes indeed – Motion paths, rotate, ease in & out and much much more is part of the new Adobe Captivate 5.


  3. Michael,

    Great article and coverage of Cp5! I’ve enjoyed the articles you put out and look forward to some more!

    Thanks for contributing to the community!

    Jim Leichliter

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  5. Nice the picture i like is the one when the mouse is over is the picture nad the explenation show s up