Captivate 2017 & Captivate Prime next step in ensuring that Captivate content plays best in Prime.

With the New Captivate 2017 Release there is one Change that can be a help Positioning both Captivate 2017 and Captivate Prime in a killer Combo for the end users.

How Prime Delivers Content

  • All Data is stored in Amazon Web Servers.
  • When a End User tries to access any learning content , the Non-video content is delivered through Akamai CDN and videos are streamed from Brightcove.
  • Steaming via Brightcove ensures better load balancing hence Ensuring that the End uses ( Learners ) get seamless experience while watching videos.

Lets See what happens now.

  1. Authors can use Captivate 2017 to Add videos to their Elearning Projects.
  2. Once the project is Ready, Author will click " Publish to Prime"
  3. Prime would look for any Videos in the Captivate 2017 Module.
  4. Prime Detects that there is Video within the Module and Delivers the Videos withing Elearning Courses Via Brighcove

All this without the no additional steps for Authors or End users.

Advantages of this approach are simple.

  • Brightcove will deliver the video content to the end user ensuring better experience with Video within Elearning Modules
  • Allows you to serve more steams with less bandwidth
  • Brighcove Secures video content via temporary video link
  • No Addition steps for the Author except ensuring they use "Publish to Prime"

Partnership between Captivate 2017 and Prime now made even sweeter.

Happy Selling!

Credits:

Created with images by Hans - "mosquito swarm swarm mosquitoes" • thomashendele - "sun afterglow morgenrot" • grongar - "Before" • skeeze - "clock concourse grand central station" • Mark Morgan Trinidad B - "Handshake"

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