Now that we've created a course in Presenter, we need to prepare the player for it. The player is the skin for your Flash video presentation, which contains the controls, the information about the presenter, and additional supporting documentation for the presentation.
More than anything, the presentations created in Articulate are intended for use over the Internet as part of a training course. For this reason, it is both useful and necessary to add additional information and controls to the course. By doing so, you provide more complete control of the presentation to the viewer.
This also provides a way of adding some more information about your company, the presenter, and supporting documentation to the presentation without taking up the valuable "real estate" on the slides themselves.
While this part of the process can be done at any time, there are some steps that are best completed after creating the presentation itself. For this reason, we've put this chapter after Chapter...