Publishing a Title

How to Export Your Title for Sharing

How to Export Your Title for Sharing

Lectora Publisher/Inspire include the option to export all of your source files and resources into a zipped folder (.ZIP), Lectora Online Package (.PKG), and Extensible Markup Language (.XML). While Lectora Online includes the option to export to Lectora Online Package (.PKG). This is useful if the title needs to be backed up or shared with co-workers, on the Trivantis Community, or sent to Trivantis Support.

In Lectora Publisher/Inspire titles are made up of many files and folders. The main .AWT file contains the structure and function of the course. But all of the images, documents, and other resources are stored separately in their own folders. So for someone else to open a copy of your Lectora Publisher/Inspire title, they need to have all of the files in the correct locations. Whereas Lectora Online includes the files in one package but only hosts it online. To pull down your file for sharing and saving you’ll need to export a file.

Screenshot of the Export menu in Lectora Inspire

Lectora Publisher/Lectora Inspire

Export a Lectora Title to a .ZIP File:

  1. From the File ribbon, select Export. In the Export Options box, select ZIP. The Export to ZIP window opens.
  2. Navigate and specify the file to export and click Save. Your current title and its contents are compressed and saved in a ZIP file.

Export a Lectora Title to a .XML File:

  1. From the File ribbon, select Export. In the Export Options box, select XML. The Export to XML window opens.
  2. Navigate and specify the file to export and click Save. Your current title is saved in XML format.

Lectora Publisher/Lectora Inspire/Lectora Online

Export a Lectora Title to a .PKG File:

  1. From the File ribbon, select Export. In the Export Options box, select Lectora Online Package.
  2. In Lectora Publisher/Inspire navigate to and specify the file to export and click Save. In Lectora Online the file will be downloaded without prompt and located in the folder where your browser places downloaded content (typically the Downloads folder).