Studio 360: Why do you use it?
Aug 01, 2022
Our organization has courses created over five years ago in Presenter. The courses need to be updated and it was proposed that I migrate them to Storyline while I am at it (we use Storyline a fair amount). The courses are, practically speaking, presentations, i.e., there is no interactivity or quizzing, only video and animations built from PowerPoint and exported to Presenter, as I understand it. My colleague told me that Presenter is now called Studio.
When I look at Articulate's website, I don't see much current mention of either Presenter or Studio. Is Studio still a thing? Is it on the way out? Is it a suite, or an app? Why do designers use it? Is Presenter still used? Has it been baked into Studio? I ask because it doesn't seem worthwhile to convert a simple presentation to Storyline when Studio will do, but it seems that Studio is aging or receding.