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- Do I need a 64-bit or 32-bit version of iSpring Presenter?
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Size and Compression
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Why would I not want to use All in one Flash file output mode? Permalink
By default, your presentation will be saved into a single .swf file with all the media resources embedded; this is one of the main reasons why people love iSpring so much! However, sometimes when a presentation has a lot of slides and contains a lot of audio and video files, conversion to Flash goes much smoother if you choose to disable the "All in one Flash file" option. To the viewer it will still be the same beautiful Flash presentation that still plays perfectly as the slides gradually trigger one another, creating a single-flow playback.
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iSpring Presenter Video Tutorials
While video tutorials about iSpring Presenter are in-process, please use the screencasts about iSpring Pro below. We are sure you will find them useful, because iSpring Presenter includes all of the iSpring Pro's features.
- Publishing Destinations (2:20)
- Publishing for the Web (2:02)
- Publishing to iSpring Online (1:29)
- Publishing for CD/DVD (1:37)
- Publishing to LMS (2:08)
- General Options (2:49)
- Playback & Navigation Options (2:47)
- Compression Options (1:40)
- Advanced Options (4:02)
- Protection Options (2:20)
- Customize Players (3:12)
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