PowerPoint To Flash Converter

If you want to convert your PowerPoint presentations to Flash, try iSpring Pro.

The software iSpring Pro (from iSpringSolutions.com) installs as a toolbar in your PowerPoint program. There are "Quick Publish" and "Publish" buttons that take your existing slideshow, and then produce an SWF flash file and an HTML web page.

In other words, you can embed your PPT presentation onto a web site or even a blog.

This means that people do not need to download your PPT file. They can watch it live on the web, because a lot of browsers already have a built-in Flash player.

You can customize the appearance of the flash player, because iSpring Pro gives you six settings: No player, Banner, Classic, Crystal, Lite, and Navigation Panel.

You are also given the option to automatically publish your SWF-converted PowerPoint file to your web site, deliver it via e-mail, or even upload it to the slideshow portal over at SlideBoom.

The software iSpring Pro costs $99, but for a limited time you can download it for free.

If you don't get the free version in time, you can always check out the PowerPoint-to-Flash conversion feature of OpenOffice.

[ First posted on 03/05/2008 by Manuel Viloria ]



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