Finally, you can convert your PowerPoint presentation into Flash file so to have the benefits of both formats. Microsoft's popular slideshow tool makes it quick and easy to create attractive, animated multimedia presentations; whereas Flash offers all the benefits of a universal format which can be viewed on any computer and any browser as well as a potentially much smaller file size.Firstly, you do need to register before you can convert any presentations, but the process will take just a minute. The program integrates perfectly with Microsoft PowerPoint.
Put simply, when you have created the PPT presentation, press the 'Quick Publish' or the 'Publish' button, where you can select some options, and that's all you have to do.
iSpring also includes a feature which allows you to insert Flash movies into PowerPoint presentations. It's a pity that there is not an option to set the compression rates for specific elements (certain images, sounds, etc.) - as that would make it possible to decide exactly where you want to compromise on quality.It is also interesting that you can publish your Flash file online, allowing you to access all your presentations and videos with audio wherever you are.
After pressing the 'Publish' button, select 'SlideBoom' as the destination of your file and type the account details. You can sign up for a free account from the menu as well, and the process is fairly easy and quick.iSpring lets you easily create your PPT presentations and convert them into a Flash file to share with your co-workers and friends. On the developer's website, you will find tutorials and other relevant materials to learn how to use this program. If you are looking for alternatives we recommend you to try Acoolsoft PPT to Video Free or FlashPoint.