Articulate 360 FAQs: Peek

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See these FAQs for answers to common questions about Peek, our new screen recording app for Mac and Windows computers:

What is Peek?

Peek is a screen-recording app for Mac and Windows computers. It's included with your Articulate 360 subscription.

Peek is intuitive and fast. Your screencast will automatically upload to Articulate 360 when you're done recording. Then you can collect feedback with Articulate Review or download your video as an MP4 file or LMS package.

Install Peek for Mac from the Mac App Store. Install Peek for Windows by clicking the Install button in your Articulate 360 desktop app.

Take a tour of Peek to learn more.

Where can I find help for Peek?

See these video tutorials to get started with Peek.

Be sure to check out our exclusive, online webinars in Articulate Live. It's included with your Articulate 360 subscription.

If you have any questions, post them in E-Learning Heroes. The largest e-learning community in the world is standing by, ready to help.

What are the system requirements for Peek?

See these article for Peek tech specs:

What's the maximum recording time for a Peek screencast?

Each screencast can be up to 30 minutes long.

Where can I find Peek recordings on my local computer?

Peek automatically uploads your screencasts to Articulate 360 when you're done recording. And you can download your screencasts from Articulate Review at any time as MP4 videos or LMS packages.

But Peek also saves MP4 versions of your screencasts on your local Mac or Windows computer, which is especially helpful if, for example, your internet connection is interrupted during the upload-to-Articulate-360 process.

  • On a Mac, the local versions of your Peek screencasts are stored here: /users/<username>/Movies/Peek
  • On a Windows PC, the local versions of your Peek screencasts are stored here: %username%\Documents\Peek