If you are reading this tutorial, it is probably that you are about to export your project or you simply want to know more. 😀
In any case, this is where you will know everything about exporting and its options.
Exporting a project generates a folder that contains all the elements needed to host the experience for delivery.
In order to export your experience, click on the "File" tab and then on "Export" or click on the export button at the top right of the screen; . You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+E.
The "Export" window opens by default on the "Settings" tab.
Name of the experiment
In this field is displayed the name you gave to the project when it was created. This title will also be displayed on the home page of your experience once exported.
You can give your export folder another name by editing this field.
Destination of the project
This link specifies the location of the project's export folder. By default, a link is provided. You can change this link depending on where you want to store your project's export folder.
You have the option to enable "Scorm Tracking" in your project. By activating Scorm Tracking, specify the percentage of validation! Then, export your project!
You can host your compressed export on an LMS. The Speedernet Sphere tool will communicate to your platform and allow you to track. It is compatible with Scorm 2004, 4th edition and Scorm 1.2.
This feature is for interaction cues; You can choose whether or not to change the shape of the cursor when your user hovers over an interactive element.
You can or deny web synchronization for offline use from a browser. To learn more about offline deployment, I invite you to contact us.
By checking this box, when exporting, you will also get the .zip folder of your project. This option saves you time especially when you want to host your project on an LMS platform. The latter requests a .zip file.
Publish to Sphere Cloud
When you have our hosting service this option is activated on the interface of the "Export" window. By checking this box, you can host your project directly online.
If you do not yet have this service and would like to know more, please contact us.
The "Export" window also contains a "Customization" tab.
When you start a project after export, the landing page opens. You can customize this page.
*Remember that reading the export of your project requires hosting it. For any questions about local, online and/or offline deployment, you can contact us.
By default, the background of the landing page is black:
- Initial scene overview: By checking this box, the panorama of the initial scene of the experiment is displayed in the background of the landing page.
- Custom panorama: By checking this box, you can choose the panorama you want for the background of the landing page.
You have the option to display one or two logo(s) on the left and/or right of the landing page. By enabling the display of each logo, you can choose the logo image to display on this page.
Using the "Hyperlink" field, you can associate a URL link with the logo. By clicking on the logo, the user can access a web page (e.g. the company's website), available outside the experience.
The export of the project has no secrets for you.
See you soon in the next tutorial on Speedernet Sphere. 💻😀
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