Advanced Settings

Use the Advanced tab to configure the options for PowerPoint to Flash conversion, specify the size of a presentation and edit settings to control Flash presentation playback.

Advanced Tab

Flash Movie Properties
Size Width and height of the output Flash presentation.
Scale Percentage of the Flash presentation size relative to the original PowerPoint presentation size.
Frame rate The number of Flash frames per second. Low FPS is not recommended, because this can cause flickering in animations.
Background You can choose a background color for the entire presentation. Clicking the current color next to this option will open a standard window where you can select an appropriate color.
Flash version Select the Flash Player version.

Note: Width, height and scale are related parameters and iSpring maintains the aspect ratio as you change one of these parameters. iSpring technology allows you to reduce the height and the width of the presentation without loss of clarity.

Detach media content
It makes sense to use these options, if you convert a presentation into a solid Flash movie.
Flash movies If you select this option, your presentation and embedded Flash movies will be saved into separate .swf files.
Video clips Check this option if you have large video clips embedded into your presentation. Each video file will be converted into separate .flv files and this will work around the limits of .swf format.
Audio files If you want to add a large audio file to your presentation, it is recommended to enable this option. The audio will be saved into a separate file and your Flash presentation will load faster.

Flash Player Menu
Disable Flash menu Disables the right-click menu and top menu in a generated Flash movie window.
Disable "Print" option Select this option if you don't want to allow the printing of your output Flash presentation. 'Print' option in the right-click menu will be disabled in the generated Flash file.

Add preloader This options adds a preloader to your Flash presentation, which shows a loading progress of the Flash presentation. iSpring Suite provides you with two preloader types: Flower and Business.

Multimedia Objects Processing
Smooth raster images Smoothing usually enhances the quality of raster image rendering, but it can sometimes lead to undesirable results when the Flash movie is created for Flash Player 8 or higher. It is recommended to set this property to false when the target Flash player version is 8 or higher, since the rendering quality of Flash Player 8 is quite good and additional smoothing only blurs raster images.
Advanced SmartArt processing This feature provides a higher quality of SmartArt objects and saves the animation effects applied to them. As this option uses Clipboard, it is recommended not to use Clipboard during the iSpring conversion process. Due to technical characteristics, some SmartArt objects may look or play a bit differently. In this case, the option may be turned off so that SmartArt objects are saved as raster images, but animations will be lost.
Enable slide video controls This option enables or disables a control bar that appears when a video object is played on a slide.

Enable interaction with JavaScript If this option is selected, Flash presentations will include the JavaScript Connector that allows to control Flash movie playback with HTML code.
Integrate ActionScript 3 connector Select this checkbox, if you use Flash files written in ActionScript 3 to control presentation playback. ActionScript 3 Connector module will be integrated into the output Flash presentation.
Provide complete presentation info ActionScript API Select this checkbox, if you need to have programmatic control over the Flash presentation. If checked, all information about the presentation will be available via ActionScript API regardless of the player template used.

Animations and Transitions
Preserve shape animations effects / Preserve slide transitions Clear these checkboxes to reduce the output file size, disregarding animation effects and slide transitions