Bridge LMS with camtasia

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Hi, can I connect Camtasia quiz results to our LMS, called Bridge? 
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David B. Demyan

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The only way to know for sure is to test it. Use the documented methods to build your quiz in Camtasia. I have outlined them here and in my book on Amazon, "E-Learning with Camtasia." I am using Camtasia 2019 here, but the methods have changed very little through the release history. Your goal is to create a SCORM zip file and upload that to your LMS to test. I assure you, every course, regardless of the authoring tool used to create it, must be tested in the target LMS to ensure it will work.

1. From the feature  bar on the left of Camtasia, select "Interactivity."
2. Click the button to add the quiz to the selected media or timeline. Your quiz will be added at the location of the playhead or the end of the selected media.
3. On Question properties, add your question text and add the answers. Select whether you want feedback displayed and what action to take for correct and incorrect responses, like this:

4. Produce the video using Share > Custom Production > New Custom Production.
5. You must select MP4 Smart Player for the quiz to work.
6. On the Production Wizard Controller tab, leave the Produce with controller box checked.
7. On the Options tab, ensure the Quizzing box is checked.
8. Change the HTML title unless you want it to say "Produced by Camtasia" on the course window bar.
9. On the Quiz Reporting Options part of the Production Wizard, make sure the "Report quiz results using SCORM" box is checked.
10. Click the SCORM options... button and set your scoring and completion options. MAKE SURE to select "Produce zip file" or "Produce both zip and unzipped files." Remember, your goal is to create a SCORM zip file for upload to your LMS.
11. On the final wizard screen, name your course module and select the folder to store your production files.
12. Find the "Your" file in the production folder, upload it to your test system or target LMS, and make sure it works exactly as you expect.

NOTE: Tested and worked fine on