Publishing Content using Adobe Presenter (Narrated Microsoft PowerPoint) Moodle ISU
After you have installed the Adobe Presenter plug-in on your computer and you have created your presentation in PowerPoint (see ITRC handout: Adobe Presenter – Adding Audio to a Presentation), you can begin the process of publishing.
Note: Publishing your Adobe Presentation has changed for Fall 2012. You will no longer be publishing your files to the Adobe Server (Breeze1). Presenter files will be published to your computer and uploaded to your Moodle ISU course.
This guide will help you to understand:
Setting up Adobe Presenter for Publishing
Note: Recommended image size for the presenter photo is 88 x 118 pixels and for the logo is 148 x 52 pixels to avoid cropping.
Publishing a Presentation
After updating your settings, you will be ready to publish your presentation to the Adobe server.
Upload your file into your Moodle ISU course
Hot Tip: You can also select the file on your computer, drag it to where you want the file in your course, and drop it there. This will upload the file directly to your course homepage with default settings.
Note: Unless you check the Resource description box in the Options section below, students will not see the description.
Hot Tip: You can also select the file on your computer, drag it to the central area of the above block, and drop it there to upload.
3. To upload a file from your computer Click the Upload a File option in the left column of the File Picker
4. Click on Browse…
5. Locate the file on your computer.
6. Click on the .zip presenter file you want to upload
7. Click the Open button. The file should now show in the attachment text box.
8. Click on the Upload This File button.
Hot Tip: Entering a name in the Save as field will rename the file only for Moodle ISU 2. This is optional and not required to upload your file.
For more information on Files and Repositories, please see Files and New Repositories.
9. Click on the .zip file you just uploaded.
10. In the popup window, Select “Unzip”.
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