The YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate allows you to display YouTube videos directly in your Adobe Captivate projects.
You can customize the appearance of the player itself and also have access to a wide range of playback options. The widget can automatically pause your project while the video is playing and resume playback of your Adobe Captivate project when the video is finished.
You can use the YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate to display any video from YouTube provided that the video is not password protected/private and the video allows embedding.
You can use as many YouTube Widgets in one Adobe Captivate project as you like.
The YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate allows you to modify just about anything you like from the Widget Properties panel.
Here is a guided video tour of the YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate showing how to set it up in your project.
The YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate works with Adobe Captivate 5, Adobe Captivate 5.5, Adobe Captivate 6.x, Adobe Captivate 7, 8 and Adobe Captivate 9.
- The YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate does not work with HTML5 projects.
- The end user must have Flash Player 10.1 or higher installed to view everything correctly.
- You cannot use the widget to display private YouTube videos. The video need to be either public or hidden.
You can download a fully functional trial version from the link below. The Trial version has the video URL locked to one specific video but all other options and parameters can be accessed. I recommend that you download the trial and try it out in one of your projects before purchasing the full widget.
Buy the YouTube Widget for Adobe Captivate: