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Adobe Captivate

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Likelihood to Recommend

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate really excels at providing tools to create interactive, electronic learning sessions. We were able to create electronic training modules on how to use a Joomla based CMS system as well as with procedures for handling data forms. It was also helpful for creating short videos with screenshots for help guides. Perhaps the one area where the program might not excel as well would be with paper based instructions or training documents. Adobe Indesign or other programs are much more feature rich for documentation creation.
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ProProfs LMS Software

Well-suited for:
  • Teachers who want to give their quizzes to many students (not just through their own university's LMS).
  • Teachers who don't need something to dazzle their students.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Learning Management

Adobe Captivate
8.0
ProProfs LMS Software
Course authoring
Adobe Captivate
8.2
ProProfs LMS Software
Course catalog or library
Adobe Captivate
8.1
ProProfs LMS Software
Player/Portal
Adobe Captivate
7.7
ProProfs LMS Software
Learning content
Adobe Captivate
7.5
ProProfs LMS Software
Mobile friendly
Adobe Captivate
8.1
ProProfs LMS Software
Progress tracking & certifications
Adobe Captivate
8.3
ProProfs LMS Software
Assignments
Adobe Captivate
7.4
ProProfs LMS Software
Compliance management
Adobe Captivate
9.0
ProProfs LMS Software
Learning administration
Adobe Captivate
8.3
ProProfs LMS Software
Learning reporting & analytics
Adobe Captivate
7.4
ProProfs LMS Software
Social learning
Adobe Captivate
8.3
ProProfs LMS Software

Pros

  • Adobe Captivate can integrate current PowerPoint presentation, and transform them into eLearning curriculum.
  • Publishing an Adobe Captivate project is simple.
  • Adobe Captivate uses built-in interactions to engage the learner, making the content easier to remember.
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  • Easy to use
  • Excellent client support team
  • Intuitive and scalable
  • Scope for customization
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Cons

  • Adobe Captivate has some limitations in how dialog boxes and text frames work. This restricts the creativity of my team.
  • It would be nice to have an automatic voice to text feature to turn the narration into closed captioning.
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  • So far, it is going great. No problems faced.
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Likelihood to Renew

Adobe Captivate9.3
Based on 3 answers
There is no doubt in my mind that we will be using Adobe Captivate for years to come. There are so many uses for the software that we are just scratching the surface. The more we use it, the better it gets. This is a great option for anyone looking for an eLearning authoring tool.
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Usability

Adobe Captivate8.0
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Adobe Captivate does take some getting used to. There are features that are much more convoluted than they need to be, but overall it is a great product with a some excellent features. Being in a pretty small market, Adobe Captivate and Articulate Storyline dominate the space. They are not the same software, but allow for eLearning authoring. Each has their benefit and their downside, but, for me, Adobe Captivate edges out Storyline.
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Support

Adobe Captivate8.3
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The support team is good in responding and maintaining communication. Sometimes...well...almost always, you will find yourself having to use a 2nd attempt with more details and easier terminology to get the tech to understand the question or situation. These techs should know English 100% and their product 100% to be on a support team for the USA. I do not get the impression this is true.
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ProProfs LMS Software5.0
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ProProfs has great marketing, a decent product, adequate-to-poor support, and a very under-staffed support team. I've been a steady customer for five years because their quizmaker product is easy to use, and students have a generally positive experience with the quizzes I make.When there are glitches, for example, a quiz is scored incorrectly, I report the glitch, but support doesn't actually fix the grading glitch; instead, a support staff will go to the quiz and manually grade it, then send me an email announcing that the "issue" has been resolved. That's not a resolution. That's a band-aid, and the ProProfs support team doesn't seem willing to dig deeper for a real fix.There have been no visible improvements to the product over 5 years. ProProf quizzes are very Web 2.0, similar to Moodle. Other LMS services I've used, iSpring and Bookwidgets offer cool features like drag-and-drop, but ProProfs doesn't seem interested in keeping up with these enhancements. ProProfs seems satisfied to market to the PC institutional training end-user, not the smartphone individual student end-user. When I make suggestions to ProProfs, I get a boilerplate response that such enhancements are "on our future road map" or some such. I get the feeling that there's no roadmap. Twice we set up appointments so that I could talk with SOMEONE at ProProfs to gauge their sincerity about enhancements and so on, and both times ProProfs did not connect with me. That's a bit suspicious.
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Alternatives Considered

I prefer Articulate 360 over Adobe Captivate. While Captivate does have more features overall, Articulate 360 is much easier to navigate and nice, clean courses can be created in a fraction of the time.
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ProProfs is the first LMS tool I have used. I am fully satisfied with the features and functionalities.
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Return on Investment

  • The eLearning courses that were created using the tool have helped to increase associate's overall knowledge of our company and business processes.
  • Because the system is more complicated to use and to create courses the way you want them, we were not able to complete and publish as many courses as the business was demanding.
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  • My sales team has reported 25% jump in profit after they started using ProProfs LMS.
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Pricing Details

Adobe Captivate

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Adobe Captivate Editions & Modules
Adobe Captivate
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ProProfs LMS Software

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
$79*
1.  Per Instructor
ProProfs LMS Software Editions & Modules
ProProfs LMS Software
Edition
BASIC
$79
PROFESSIONAL
$149
BUSINESS
$199
Additional Pricing Details