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    Training Materials from Windows on to IOS device

    Morning all, this is probably a strange one but looking for the best solution to this if there is one)

    I have some training material, it is flash content (looks like its been created with Adobe Presenter) so launches from a browser. Have the material downloaded on to a Windows PC and it works fine with both IE and Chrome.

    Each folder of training material is located in a folder with the following structure:
    Data (folder)
    Autorun (setup information)
    breeze-manifest (XML file)
    components (flash movie)
    index (HTML document)
    loadflash (JavaScript file)
    Presenter (icon)
    Viewer (Flash Movie)
    Viewer-Lite (Flash Movie)

    I know fully well that Flash is not support on IOS devices but I need to either convert the material or find a way of transferring the content so that I can play the materials on an iPad with both video/audio. I would ideally like the ability to copy the data locally to the device so that it is available offline (without a wireless connection) if poss. I used dropbox for a lot of the content and it works great for standard word/pdf etc. Its always Flash content that is a problem.

    I am open to suggestions / ideas of the best way of tackling this? Cheers

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