iSpring Converter: The Indezine Review

Created: Tuesday, August 14, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



iSpring Converter is a PowerPoint add-in that converts your existing PowerPoint slides into interactive HTML5 content suitable for viewing on iOS devices like the iPad. This conversion attempts to preserve all movements in PowerPoint such as animations and transition effects including complicated 3D transitions and trigger animations. In addition, the conversion also supports embedded audio and video, and retains all PowerPoint styles, keeping the original PowerPoint look in HTML5. The converted output can be viewed easily in most contemporary browsers without additional plug-ins. Also your presentations are optimized for viewing on iPads and other mobile devices.

iSpring Converter is a PowerPoint add-in that converts your existing PowerPoint slides into interactive HTML5 content.

Categories: add-in, ipad, iphone, powerpoint


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