FlashPPT: November 2008
Thoughts and impressions of whatever is happening in the world of Flash PowerPoint.
|Evaluation Date||November 13th 2008|
|Bullets and Bullet Levels||4||5|
|Pictures (and Picture Rotation)||5||5|
|Picture with Alpha Channel||5||5|
|Clip Art and Clip Art, Recolored||3.5||5|
|Clip Art, Animated and Rotated||5||5|
|Shapes, Fills, and Lines without transparency||3||5|
|Shapes, Fills, and Lines with transparency||3||5|
|Shapes, Fills, and Lines with entry animations||4||5|
Overlapping text boxes with transparency
|Geometry and mutual positioning of shapes, arrows and text boxes||5||5|
|Geometry and mutual positioning of slide objects - alignment||3||5|
|Animations and transitions||4||5|
|Embedded Flash movie||5||5|
|Linked movie clip||5||5|
Background music and transition sounds
|PowerPoint 2007 Support||8||10|
|Help and Support||4||10|
Note: All scores are provided by the Indezine test team, and are the opinion of the individual tester -- all results are double-checked and the reviews go through a QC process.
If you have the time, and if you are familiar with Adobe Flash -- then there's this way of doing the PowerPoint to Flash conversion -- that's doing it manually! This approach lets you tweak, change, and edit the content as you deem fit. There's tons of stuff you can do with any slide object within the Adobe Flash interface -- and this is not really a tutorial on how to go into any such advanced stuff. However this tutorial on Indezine.com will get you started!
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