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iSpring Publishes PowerPoint Presentations as Flash Movies

This free PowerPoint to Flash converter creates web friendly Flash movies from your PowerPoint content keeping its visual parameters and animation effects. The generated Flash presentation will look as if it has always been a Flash movie.

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Now your presentation can turn from PowerPoint to Flash in one click and get all advantages of Flash format, such as compactness, easy distribution, high compatibility with all browsers and OSs. iSpring creates high quality Flash movies with vector representation of standard PowerPoint objects and keeps most of advanced PowerPoint features.

iSpring Features

  • PowerPoint 2000/XP/2003/2007
  • Hyperlinks and action buttons
  • Animations and hyperlinks on Slide Masters
  • 180+ PowerPoint animation effects
  • All PowerPoint slide transitions
  • One click conversion
  • Embedded music and audio narrations
  • Synchronization of animations and sounds
  • Embedded video clips and Flash movies
  • Flash based Player

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iSpring Publishes PowerPoint Presentations as Flash Movies

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  • tweakwindows

    Nice tut and blog..I just wanted to know which font you are using for your post? It’s simply beautiful.

  • Nice tut and blog..I just wanted to know which font you are using for your post? It’s simply beautiful.

  • Nice tut and blog..I just wanted to know which font you are using for your post? It’s simply beautiful.

  • Rich

    I use Trebuchet MS; if you don’t have that installed, I use Tahoma; failing that, I use Arial.

  • I use Trebuchet MS; if you don’t have that installed, I use Tahoma; failing that, I use Arial.

  • I use Trebuchet MS; if you don’t have that installed, I use Tahoma; failing that, I use Arial.

  • tweakwindows

    Thanks..Problem is even I used to use Trebuchet MS but was looking different on my blog.Now, I have started using Segoe UI for my blog..

  • Thanks..Problem is even I used to use Trebuchet MS but was looking different on my blog.Now, I have started using Segoe UI for my blog..

  • Thanks..Problem is even I used to use Trebuchet MS but was looking different on my blog.Now, I have started using Segoe UI for my blog..

  • Rich

    I use Segoe UI for my logo. I’m pretty sure Segoe UI is only included with Windows Vista, so be sure to specify a more generic backup font for non-Vista users.

    For example (CSS):
    body {
    font: 85%/150% “Trebuchet MS”, Tahoma, Arial;

  • I use Segoe UI for my logo. I’m pretty sure Segoe UI is only included with Windows Vista, so be sure to specify a more generic backup font for non-Vista users.

    For example (CSS):
    body {
    font: 85%/150% “Trebuchet MS”, Tahoma, Arial;

  • I use Segoe UI for my logo. I’m pretty sure Segoe UI is only included with Windows Vista, so be sure to specify a more generic backup font for non-Vista users.

    For example (CSS):
    body {
    font: 85%/150% “Trebuchet MS”, Tahoma, Arial;

  • tweakwindows

    Is this ok?
    font: 82%/170% Segoe UI, Tahoma, sans-serif;

    Yes, segoe UI is only included in Vista:(

  • Is this ok?
    font: 82%/170% Segoe UI, Tahoma, sans-serif;

    Yes, segoe UI is only included in Vista:(

  • Is this ok?
    font: 82%/170% Segoe UI, Tahoma, sans-serif;

    Yes, segoe UI is only included in Vista:(

  • Rich

    Looks good other than Segoe UI needs to be in quotation marks: “Segoe UI”

  • Looks good other than Segoe UI needs to be in quotation marks: “Segoe UI”

  • Looks good other than Segoe UI needs to be in quotation marks: “Segoe UI”

  • tweakwindows

    Ok..Thanks..

  • Ok..Thanks..

  • Ok..Thanks..

  • King Richards

    There is really a lot more to say about this topic these days than ever before. I salute you for speaking out on it and making your site informative. Thanks

  • King Richards

    There is really a lot more to say about this topic these days than ever before. I salute you for speaking out on it and making your site informative. Thanks

  • King Richards

    There is really a lot more to say about this topic these days than ever before. I salute you for speaking out on it and making your site informative. Thanks

  • Mel

    Nice! My wife was just looking for a tool like this! Thanks!

  • Mel

    Nice! My wife was just looking for a tool like this! Thanks!

  • Mel

    Nice! My wife was just looking for a tool like this! Thanks!

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  • Brian Tarr

    Hi, all!

    Sorry to be so late to the party!

    Thanks for reviewing iSpring Free on your website!

    We’re very excited to announce that iSpring Free has now gone way beyond Flash, and is now capable of publishing to HTML5 format. That means lectures and presentations can be viewed on mobile devices as well!

    In fact, we have a whole suite of free e-learning products which might be of interest to you:

    https://www.ispringsolutions.com/ispring-free

    http://www.ispringsolutions.com/free-quiz-maker

    http://www.ispringsolutions.com/free-elearning-suite

    Rich, if you’re interested in reviewing any of these products on your website, we’d be extremely grateful.

    Thanks for your consideration, and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

    -Brian Tarr
    iSpring Solutions, Inc.
    +1 800 640 0868
    sales@ispringsolutions.com


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