Convert PowerPoint to Flash?


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presentationpete

Hey folks, I have some animated PowerPoint slides that I want to show
to convert to Flash. I want to convert this set of slides to a Flash
file that I can post on my website and can be viewed simply with a
click. The main purpose is to show some animated PowerPoint slides
(i.e. the animation is all done in PPT... Flash is only the delivery
tool).

I know this question probably gets asked a lot BUT since the freeware
options are changing all the time, I thought I'd ask you all what you
free downloadable conversion program you would recommend. Any tips?
thanks a million. I will try to post the results to share with the
forum.
 
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phtar

Hey folks, I have some animated PowerPoint slides that I want to show
to convert to Flash. I want to convert this set of slides to a Flash
file that I can post on my website and can be viewed simply with a
click. The main purpose is to show some animated PowerPoint slides
(i.e. the animation is all done in PPT... Flash is only the delivery
tool).

I know this question probably gets asked a lot BUT since the freeware
options are changing all the time, I thought I'd ask you all what you
free downloadable conversion program you would recommend. Any tips?
thanks a million. I will try to post the results to share with the
forum.

Hi,

There are many free PowerPoint to Flash converters for you. Some of
them are PowerPoint add-in, others are stand-alone converter.

PowerPoint add-in:
Speechi light http://www.speechi.net/us/index.php/home/speechi-products/speechi-light/
PowerFlahPoint http://www.digitalofficepro.com/powerpoint/Power-flash-point-converter.html

Stand-alone Converter:
authorpoinit http://www.authorgen.com/authorpoint-lite-free/powerpoint-to-flash-converter.aspx

I think PowerPoint add-in is more easy-to-use, you will be familour
with its interface, just by single click, you can convert your
presentation to Flash in minutes.

Gerenrally, these free converters are useful to create Flash
presentation if there are not many animations or special effects
(SmartArt, special font, Flash and so on) in your presentation.

If there are many animations and special effects in your presentation,
it will be good for you to use some commercial but also unexpensive
converters, take Wondershare PPT2Flash (PowerPoint add-in,
http://www.sameshow.com/powerpoint-to-flash.html#110) for example, it
supports 180+ animations and supplies 3 player templates for you. You
could use it to make online photo album, Flash banner, business
presentation and embed the Flash to your Webpage, it will reduce up to
90% file size of your presentation. It is a good way to wow up vistors
to your website.

You could view the demos made by PPT2Flash with the following link:
http://www.sameshow.com/ppt2flash/samples.html#110

Hope these could give you some help.
 
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alexbear88

Hey folks, I have some animated PowerPoint slides that I want to show
to convert to Flash. I want to convert this set of slides to a Flash
file that I can post on my website and can be viewed simply with a
click. The main purpose is to show some animated PowerPoint slides
(i.e. the animation is all done in PPT... Flash is only the delivery
tool).

I know this question probably gets asked a lot BUT since the freeware
options are changing all the time, I thought I'd ask you all what you
free downloadable conversion program you would recommend. Any tips?
thanks a million. I will try to post the results to share with the
forum.

To post your PowerPoint presentation on website, you can either choose
to convert your PowerPoint to video or flash,
As there are some animated PowerPoint slides in your presentation,
You can try this tool:
http://www.ppt-to-video.com/powerpoint-to-video-overview.html#105
It can help you convert your PowerPoint to almost all popular video
formats such as MPEG, AVI, MP4, WMV, 3GP, FLV and MOV.
Enables you to upload your PowerPoint to websites for wide sharing and
view your presentations on portable devices or apple TV.

Hope it can help
 

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