Hello . . . our company has a bandwidth testing process with a target threshold of 56 kbps. I've recently submitted a course through bandwidth testing and it did not pass the threshold.
The individual that did the testing noted that there were significant spikes each time the screen changed. This course does have audio, and he felt the spikes might be attributed to the course trying to load audio for each slide, and perhaps the bitrate for the audio is too high. I'm using the default 24 kbps for audio, so I don't think that's the issue.
I've heard in the past that Articulate Presenter is set up to progressively download screens as the user progresses through the course. I'm wondering if these are really the spikes he's seeing.
If I've heard correctly, is the progressive download process Presenter uses documented anywhere?
Is there anything else I should look at to try and trim bandwidth?