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Leslie McKerchie

Hello Liam and welcome to E-Learning Heroes :)

Storyline 360 has the ability to export your captions as you are asking.

Sounds like you may have multiple video files and/or audio files though. I think that would make a great feature and I'm submitting on your behalf.

If you have other ideas, please feel free to share here.

Joe Shultheis

Thanks Seth,
I tried that service with no luck. When I uploaded my file it said it does not recognize it as a file it can use, yet it is an .xml file that works fine for the closed captions in FLASH projects. It then said It could do it for a fee. I work for the government and it would be an act of God taking 6 months to get any funds. Thanks though.

Joe Shultheis

Lina Espinosa

Any update on this? This is a much needed feature as in most of the projects I am working on, I am creating video tutorials using multiple screen recordings and text to speech audio. Then publishing the file as a video and add it to Rise 360 (video block).

I need to be able to export the VTT files in bulk in order to upload the VTT file to Rise.