Replay 360: Publishing a Screencast Video

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Publish Replay 360 projects to Articulate 360 to collect feedback with Articulate Review, or publish them as MP4 videos on your local computer so you can add them to your e-learning courses.

Watch this video demonstration to learn how to publish Replay 360 projects, then follow the activities below to practice.


Practice Activities:

  1. Publish to Articulate 360
  2. Publish as a Video File

Practice Activity: Publish to Articulate 360

You’ll need an active internet connection for this activity.

  1. Open the Replay_360_Publish.replay project in your practice files.
  2. Go to the Home tab on the ribbon and click Publish.
  3. When the Publish window opens, choose the Articulate 360 tab on the left.
  4. Choose to publish a new item.
  5. Click Publish.

When the Publish Successful dialog appears, click View Published Video to open Articulate 360 in your default web browser and manage the video you just uploaded.

Practice Activity: Publish as a Video File

  1. Open the Replay_360_Publish.replay project in your practice files.
  2. Go to the Home tab on the ribbon and click Publish.
  3. When the Publish window opens, choose the Video File tab on the left.
  4. Give your video a name, select a publish location on your computer, and click Publish.

When the Publish Successful window appears, click Play Video to launch the video in your default video app or click Open Folder to open the folder where the MP4 file is stored.

Here are some ways you can distribute your published videos:

E-Learning Courses

Import your MP4 videos into e-learning courses you create in Articulate Storyline, Articulate Presenter, Articulate Quizmaker, Articulate Engage, and Rise.

Hosting Websites

Distribute your MP4 videos via hosting websites, such as YouTube and Vimeo.

Social Media

Share your MP4 videos with social media, such as Facebook and Tumblr.