Rise 360 optimizes media for faster downloads without compromising quality by using a mix of industry standards and the latest technologies. So you can use high-quality media in your courses and let Rise 360 do all the work of optimizing them for learners. Here are our recommendations for:
Rise 360 uses cutting-edge image compression that reduces file sizes with virtually no loss of quality. For this reason, we recommend using high-quality images and letting Rise 360 prepare them for web delivery. For example, compare these before and after images.
|Original Image 4.42 MB|
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|Rise-Optimized Image 173 KB|
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In addition to using high-quality images, it's a good idea to use images where important details won't be lost if the edges are cropped. Rise 360 courses are fully responsive, so your images may have different dimensions as they adapt to different devices and orientations. For example, compare how this image appears on a tablet in landscape mode and how it appears on a smartphone in portrait mode.
|Tablet in Landscape Mode|
|Phone in Portrait Mode|
The maximum file size for each image is 5 GB.
We recommend using high-quality videos with a 16:9 aspect ratio for the best results in your published courses.
Rise 360 compresses videos so they have smaller file sizes while maintaining quality, converting videos to H.264 video and AAC audio in MP4 containers.
The maximum file size for each video is 5 GB.
We recommend recording narration directly in Rise 360 or importing high-quality audio files. Rise 360 optimizes them for broadcasting without sacrificing sound quality.
The maximum file size for each audio clip is 5 GB.
Mac users, if you have difficulty with audio recording, make sure you're using the latest version of Safari. Previous versions of Safari don't support audio recording. Otherwise, use Google Chrome or Firefox when you need to record narration in Rise 360.