New Storyline Feature: Closed Captions
We just released a new feature for Storyline 360: Closed Captions! This is one of our most requested features, and allows you to add closed captions to both video and audio (narration).
Storyline supports the standard Closed Caption formats in use today:
.sub. These are super easy to create with a range of third party tools such as YouTube (we’ll add a simple caption editor in a future update, coming soon).
You can specify a custom font in player properties, and choose whether to use a built in player control or roll your own button with the new
Player.DisplayCaptions trigger. As you’d expect, everything works seamlessly across desktop, tablets and phones.
Check out Arlyn’s video for more info:
And here's the full Closed Captions Documentation.
To get started, just update your 360 Desktop App and then update Storyline 360.
For an overview of everything in the March ’17 update, see our What’s New Page