Bandwidth Limitations and Storyline
I work for a large, global private company. Some of our designers are having a difficult time with bandwidth limitations in other parts of the world. I am the first Storyline user at my company and my learners haven't complained of bandwidth issues.
Can someone explain the difference in the way Articulate Presenter packages output for desktop deployment vs. Storyline (most other developers use AP). Storyline seems to be superior to AP in the way the content is compressed for output. I plan to test one of our video-heavy Storyline-created courses for the learners with limited bandwidth next week and see what happens. Currently for these users, the content is housed on servers in the US and accessed over the company network inside the firewall. I know hosting the content on local servers could certainly help...just wanting some information from an Articulate perspective. Thanks and enjoy the holiday weekend (if you get one).