News are really great today: iSpring 3.2. product family have been released.New Pro
show the significant difference from their older versions and make a real breakthrough to better and more flexible conversion. And the quality of conversion is up to the highest mark as always!Let's start with Pro version. iSpring Pro 3.2 release introduces a lot of new features. The headline ones are:
Ink Annotation Tools
A lot of our clients use to emphasize and mark slide elements with the marker tool in PowerPoint during their speech or lecture. Since now there is no need to give up doing it when presentation is converted to Flash - Advanced Player
and Navigation Panel+Marker
offer the same PowerPoint functionality. Variety of tools and colors is great, and Eraser tool is always ready to hand if you need to clear the marks.
3 New Players
The new stylish player will meet any requirements thanks to extremely flexible customization of its elements, tabs and color scheme. Live Preview feature allows you to see what your player will look like after conversion. You can also easily change elements' captions - e.g. if you want to translate them to your native language. Read more...
This player provides basic facilities similar to PowerPoint panel: slide navigation and drawing facilities using felt pen, pencil and highlighter of various colors. It also let you customize menu captions and panel position. Read more...
This is a very compact player with draggable slide notes panel. Player can be easily minimized when it is not needed.References Management.
Now it possible to define where reference links will be opened - in the same or new window.The processing of the presentations with large-sized embedded audio, video and Flash have been improved by adding the option to detach embedded files and convert them separately from PowerPoint presentation.Download Pro 3.2 here
, and let us know what you think!As for the iSpring Ultra, it has so many features that! Oh no, I see you read my post impatiently looking forward to try new Pro version. Well, I'd better write about Ultra cool features the next time.