LectureMAKER is an application that lets you create presentations. It is quite similar to PowerPoint from the Microsoft Office suite but offers a few extra interesting features.
The interface of LectureMAKER is clean and professional. You can create new slides, as well as duplicate and delete them.
In addition, you can record the lecture, video or sound, insert equations, diagrams, text boxes, expression text boxes and slide number text, along with tables, special characters, a multiple choice quiz or short answer quiz, and more.
Furthermore, you can group and ungroup objects, use a basic image editor, synchronize slides, take a screenshot, jump to a particular slide, convert audio and video, as well as apply various transitions (e.g. wipe, rectangle, lay out, ribbon, slide in, unsteady staircase) and set their direction, speed and gap.
On top of that, you can select a design for the background (along with a layout and template), run the current slide in full screen mode, view HTML tags, bring objects to front or send them to back, use the undo and redo functions, save the result as SCO, EXE, web, design, template or image, and more.
The intuitive application takes up a moderate amount of system resources, includes a well-written help file with snapshots and didn't cause us any difficulties during our tests. Everything ran smoothly. We highly recommend LectureMAKER to all users.