Yes! The latest versions of Raptivity are fully compatible with Windows 8. All you need to do is download and install the latest version of Raptivity and start using it with Windows 8 without any issues.
Raptivity supports more than 125 interactions with HTML5 publishing options.
You can easily create a course using tools like Adobe Dreamweaver with HTML5 output. Check out Raptivity Resources section to get step by step details of integration.
Yes, Raptivity HTML5 output is Tin Can, SCORM and AICC compliant.
Yes. Interactions created using Raptivity v5.5 and above can be published to HTML5 output.
Yes. The output of Raptivity is a single flash file or HTML5, which plays without the need of any propriety plug-ins. For flash output, all you need is Flash Player 9 or above. For HTML5, you don’t need any special plug-in.
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Currently, Raptivity v 7.5 supports Tin Can v 0.95 for its Essential pack.
None! The interactivity you create using Raptivity can be published for royalty free distribution to any number of learners. So you only pay for the license, and can create millions of interactivities.
The details about various paid and free support plans are available in the support section of the website.
The Raptivity End-User License Agreement entitles a single user to use Raptivity on a singe computer. If you wish to install the software on additional computers, you will need to purchase additional license(s).
Yes, Raptivity allows you to create your own custom branded versions of the interaction models, and store them under "My Templates". These interaction models can then be re-used without having to do the repetitive task.
With MyRaptivity, you can create your own interaction models for Raptivity. This is how it works. Flash programmers develop interaction logic using Flash. Once done with this, they use MyRaptivity to ensure that it is possible to create variations of the interaction using Raptivity - without further programming, of course. This way, you leverage the Raptivity user base in your organization and save the time and effort required for communication, program changes, bug-fixes, recompilation and distribution.
To name just a few: Michigan State University, University of Nebraska, West Virginia University, Mississippi State University, St. Joseph University, Florida State University, Providence College, Wichita State University are amongst those using the power of Raptivity.
Yes. The faculty members, educators, or subject matter experts can use Raptivity with minimal learning and absolutely no programming.