Office Software Thread, Converting PowerPoint files to flash in Technical; Hi,
Does anyone know some free software for converting power point files to flash? I would like the conversion to ...
11th February 2011, 10:57 PM #1
Converting PowerPoint files to flash
Does anyone know some free software for converting power point files to flash? I would like the conversion to keep all the animation effects, not make static images.
I've tested one called ispring that does this, however it's pricey and I’m hoping there’s a free tool out there that can do it for me.
(Maybe I’m too hopeful)
Any help is much appreciated.
15th February 2011, 04:45 PM #2
I've used iSpring, it's pretty good most of the time, though some of the more sizable PP's that I was presented with seemed to lose some of the animations/sounds.
There is a free iSpring as I remember, Free PowerPoint to Flash Converter | Why iSpring PowerPoint to Flash Freeware? just click the free download link on the right hand side of the page.
There's also Authorpoint lite, Free PowerPoint to Flash Converter | PPS, PPT to SWF | authorPOINT Lite which is different to iSpring in that there's a LOT more files to upload, but there's a free version too.
Thanks to Dragonrider from:
ihaveaproblem (18th February 2011)
18th February 2011, 07:52 PM #3
Thanks Draogonrider. I tested both.
Authorpoint works, however i'm not kean on it because of all the extra menus and features it adds. I was more hoping for a simple flash file only showing what was on my power point and play through the slides with the animations included.
Ispring... doesnt seem to be working for me. I've installed but i dont get the ispring option in power point. I'm using windows 7 and tried on power point 2007 and 2010, any idea why it's not working?
4th July 2012, 12:21 PM #4
you can use something called iSpring.
I use it and ites great
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