iSpring Pro 7.0.0 Build 7141
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What's new in iSpring Pro 7.0.0 Build 4145:
- Publish to Flash and HTML5:
- Create e-Learning courses and presentations for all desktops, laptops, Android tablets and iPads with a single mouse-click. iSpring Pro 7 allows you to convert your PowerPoint content to Flash, HTML5 or to the Flash+HTML5 combined format. Now you can develop e-Learning package that will be supported on all devices.
- Brand New HTML5 Player:
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- FILE SIZE:
- 65.8 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- iSpring Solutions Inc
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Once the installation procedure is done, you can access iSpring Pro by clicking its tab in PowerPoint's ribbon bar.
It is possible to immediately publish the current document, as well as to make adjustments. For example, you can specify the presentation title, destination, slide range and background color.
In addition, you can make iSpring generate a SCORM 1.2 compliant course as well as to automatically start the presentation or to loop it, among others. On top of that, you can insert additional Flash movies (SWF) and YouTube clips.
Compared to iSpring Free, iSpring Pro comes with extra features, such as eleven customizable player templates, audio and video narration, integration with QuizMaker and Kinetics, ActionScript 3 support, company logo and presenter information, along with technical support.
iSpring runs on a very low amount of CPU and system memory, so it shouldn't be a concern to the computer's performance level. It has a good response time and quickly finishes a task. The output clips have a good image and sound quality. No error dialogs have been displayed during our tests and iSpring did not hang or crash. If you prefer a more compact application, then you are free to try iSpring Free.
iSpring Pro was reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on January 22nd, 2015
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit / 2003
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