Quick links to pages and video tutorials to introduce Opus and how it works. Plus step by step tutorials to guide you through specific features or to highlight things you may not have realised are possible.
Introducing the basic features of Opus to get your started quickly, including a guide to the Opus workspace, creating content and adding interactions.
Introducing the basic features of Opus Pro, these two sets of excellent video tutorials are provided by Russell Coombe at Interaktiv and the Bike Shop tutorial provided by Doug Abrahms of Ousedale School.
A step-by-step guide to creating a simple but useful tween animation.
This tutorial is suitable for Creator or Pro and is supported in HTML5 output too.
A guide to creating web content which will resize to fit different screen sizes - mobile, desktop or tablet - even when placed in a section of another web page.
This tutorial refers to HTML5 output from Creator or Pro.
A comprehensive introduction to the new Question object including setting answers and scores using multiple choice questions, drag and drop, cloze procedures and more.
This tutorial is designed for Opus Pro and is supported in HTML5 output too.
One of the more powerful features of the new Question object is the facility to check and automatically score questions which require longer text answers than the usual text input questions. This tutorial takes you through the process of setting up and scoring even the most complex example of such a question without any programming.
This tutorial requires Opus Pro and is supported in HTML5 output too.
Although Opus tracks a wide range of scoring variables automatically you will sometimes want to use a custom score. This is particularly useful for games and simulations. This tutorial shows you how to assign and display custom scoring, without the need for complicated programming.
This tutorial is suitable for all versions of Opus and is supported in HTML5 output too.
A four part tutorial on setting up and using an Access database as a data source for an Opus Pro publication.
This tutorial requires Opus Pro and not appropriate for HTML5 or Flash - see the Post Web Data tutorial instead.
A four part tutorial that introduces scripting and shows how it can be used to achieve advanced effects not possible through actions alone.
This tutorial requires Opus Pro with scripting support.
Using the Post Web Data action to communicate with a web server and exchange information for use with the HTML5 output.
This tutorial requires Opus Pro and is designed for use with HTML5 publications accessing mysql databases via php.
getting started and getting to know Opus Pro and Opus Creator with free tutorials