Today we are glad to share another client's success story. It was sent to us by Qinghua Chen, an English teacher from China who just discovered how iSpring Suite can facilitate both in-class and online learning for his students. Happy reading!
My name is Qinghua Chen. I teach...
iSpring’s revolutionary PowerPoint to HTML5 technology provides the most advanced PPT to HTML5 conversion on the market. The technology ensures precise PowerPoint to HTML5 conversion accuracy, while preserving virtually all animations and transition effects, embedded audio, video, and all PowerPoint styles. Because iSpring is based in PowerPoint, it allows turning PPT presentations to HTML5 right away with a single click. After conversion to HTML5 with iSpring, PowerPoint presentations keep their original appearance and interactivity and can be seamlessly played in modern Web browsers, on mobile devices and iPads.
iSpring PowerPoint to Flash Converter
PowerPoint provides numerous advanced features for the creation of stunning presentations. iSpring converts PowerPoint to
Flash with the precise accuracy, while keeping all animations, transitions and interactivity of PowerPoint in Flash.
iSpring’s PowerPoint to Flash conversion allows sharing PowerPoint online in the Flash format. Also, converting PPT to SWF
makes presentations more secure and compact. Convert PowerPoint to Flash with iSpring to make your stunning online
presentations available anytime and anywhere!
Online Presentations with iSpring
iSpring’s online presentation software allows turning rich media PowerPoint projects into interactive online presentations.
iSpring’s PPT to Flash conversion is the most accurate, reliable and secure way to share PowerPoint to Flash online.
Additionally, iSpring allows enriching online presentations with video narrations, voice overs, YouTube and Flash movies,
and it provides advanced protection features for your online presentations. Converting PowerPoint to Flash with iSpring allows
creating online presentations that can be quickly and easily published to a web site or blog, sent via email or uploaded to an LMS.