E-Learning for Sofware Product Job # 2089

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Job # 2089 E-Learning for Sofware Product

Posted Date
Sep 17, 2006 @ 20:04
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Sep 22, 2006
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Job Description

Our company develops computer based E-Learning training for a CAD Software product called SolidWorks. It is essential for us that the tone of the narration sounds like you are sitting down with a friend explaining something to him, rather than a presenter who is presenting to an audience. THIS IS NOT A COMMERCIAL, NOT A DEMO, AND NOT A SALES PITCH! The language should be informal and not perfect and the script can be used loosely in order to capture a natural sound, as long as the content is unaffected. (for example: "I'll click the button" rather than "I will click on the button") Whichever gives the more comfortable informal tone.

Final word count:approximately 10,000
Running time:approximately 1 hour.

This is the first part of a series. We will want the voice over talent to continue the series in upcoming projects.

Here is a link for samples from a previous product. This voice over person really captured the tone we are looking for. http://www.solidprofessor.com/UTProduct.html#

Sample script:

With the plate fully restrained, I can now continue defining its operating environment by applying a Load. The load in this exercise will be a pulling load on the end face opposite our fixed face.

Earlier when I applied the fixed restraint, I first enabled the restraint property manger, and then I selected the face. You can also pre-select the face, edge, or vertex you wish to apply a load or restraint to. I’ll select the end face, and then I’ll select the Force icon from the Loads toolbar.

Beginning at the top of the property manager you can see I have the option of applying a force or moment, applying a normal force, or applying a torque. In this exercise I wish to apply a load normal to the end face. This makes the Apply Normal Force option the best choice.

Later we’ll discuss units and how to change the default units used by COSMOSWorks. Regardless of the default units selected, you have the ability to specify units each time you define a load. In this case I’ll be applying a 20,000 pound load, so I’ll change the units to English, and type in 20,000. You can also use the flag to type in a value in the graphics area.

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