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Student Name Kim Hoffman


Movie Name How to Narrate Slides in Articulate Presenter 13
Notes: The music may remain the same in each scene. The voiceover will not. If there is no voice over for
that scene indicate none. The visuals will change throughout. You may have 2 or 3 pictures per scene or
you may have one. You do not need to draw them or include them but you must describe them.

Scene 1

Audio (Music)

Visual (describe potential images)


Show an image of a woman
No music
(Nancy) sitting in front of a
desk with a computer. (Left
screen)
Audio (Voiceover)
Show an image of another
Meet Nancy. She is in the
woman (Rachel) with a
Curriculum Development
speech bubble that says, I
Department at
need you to narrate a
EdTrainingCenter. On
course. (Slide in right
Monday morning, her
screen)
boss, Rachel, asks her to
narrate a course that she
has developed.
Rachel knows that having
audio narration really
boost a presentations
effectiveness. Learners
are going to remember a
lot more if they see and
hear your content instead
of just viewing your slides.

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So lets talk about how to


record narration in
Articulate Presenter.

Scene 2

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
First, open your
presentation in
PowerPoint.

Visual (describe potential images)


Show an image of a
Common Craft computer
screen, with an opened
PowerPoint in Normal View.

Scene 3

Audio (Music)

Visual (describe potential images)


On the Common Craft
No music
computer screen, show the
PowerPoint menu bar with
the Articulate menu opened
Audio (Voiceover)
and an arrow over the
To make sure your slide
select Presentation Options
notes are viewable during
> Other and mark Show
recording, go to the
notes pane on the narration

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Articulate menu and


select Presentation
Options > Other and mark
Show notes pane on
narration window.

window.
Arrow over the OK button.

Scene 4

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
Go to a slide for which
you want to record
narration. On the
Articulate menu, click
Record Narration.

Visual (describe potential images)


On the Common Craft
computer screen, show a
close-up of the Articulate
menu bar with the arrow
pointing to the Record
Narration button.

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Scene 5

Audio (Music)
No music

Audio (Voiceover)
When the recording
window opens, your slide
notes pane will be at the
right. Click Start
Recordingand then start
talking! Presenter will
record till you click the
pause or stop button. (If
you pause, you can pick
up where you left off by
clicking Resume.)

Visual (describe potential images)


On the close-up of the
Common Craft computer
screen, show the arrow
over the Start Recording
button.

Scene 6

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
If your slide contains on-

Visual (describe potential images)


On the close-up of a
Common Craft computer
screen, the Start Recording
button changes to say Next
Animation to highlight the

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click animations, the Start


Recording button changes
to Next Animation when
you begin recording. If
you want, you can click
that to initiate the next
animation in your
sequence while you
record. Or, if you prefer,
just focus on recording
narration for now, and do
your syncing later. If there
arent any animations left
on a slide, or if there
werent any to begin with,
the button changes to
Stop Recording.

feature.
Then, show how the Next
Animation button changes
to say Stop Recording.

Scene 7

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
Click the stop button or
Stop Recording when

Visual (describe potential images)


On the close-up of the
Common Craft computer
screen, show the arrow
over the Stop Recording
button.

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youre done.
Scene 8

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
Click on the Save & Close
button if you are finished
recording.

Visual (describe potential images)


On the close-up of the
Common Craft computer
screen, show the arrow on
the Save & Close button.

And that is how you


narrate a slide using
Articulate Presenter 13.
Scene 9

Audio (Music)
No music
Audio (Voiceover)
Now that Nancy has
narrated the course, her

Visual (describe potential images)


Show an image of a woman
(Rachel) giving another
woman (Nancy) a thumbs
up.

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boss, Rachel, is very


pleased with her.