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Openworld FlashPresenter

Advanced Presentations with Rich Media

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Platforms: Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista
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Years ago, you crafted the best PowerPoint presentation that the business world had ever seen, and you've been using it ever since. But have you noticed that the same material that used to enthrall your audience now elicits yawns and blank stares? It's not that you information is outdated -- you just need to bring your presentation up to speed!

Openworld FlashPresenter lets you create advanced rich media presentations that include audio and video files with graphics, Flash animation, and PowerPoint slides.

It's your good old PowerPoint presentation, but merged with the thrilling potential of emerging Flash technologies! With Openworld FlashPresenter, you can add voiceover narration or video to your PowerPoint presentation, punch it up with an intuitive Contents menu that provides easy navigation, add hyperlinks, then export your finished product as a Flash movie that's compatible with any browser on any hardware platform.

A presentation created with Openworld FlashPresenter is a joy to behold. Here's an example - a video displaying the presenter plays as a transcript of his or her speech slowly scrolls beneath it, while a main window provides animated PowerPoint slides that correspond to the topic at hand. Other frames for resources and hyperlinks provide even more in-depth information! It's a world of data that's presented intelligently so as not to overwhelm your audience.

The best part about Openworld FlashPresenter is the program's ability to produce highly compressed output files that can easily be delivered over a corporate intranet, CDs, DVDs, or removable drives. In fact, an hour-long presentation that includes video can be produced as a self executing file weighing in at a mere 30Mb!

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Mark Hill Is there a way to change the player graphics and layout? When do you plan to support multi speakers? What is the upgrade policy?
Nov 6 2009 at 2:25am Copy Link
Alexander Bokovikov Here are some answers:

Is there a way to change the player graphics and layout?

You can change the skins (background images) as well as colors for all basic screen elements. Take a look at Preferences dialogue. It has appropriate page, called "Player coloring". As for the total screen layout, it is hard-coded now. Though you're welcome to contact us if you'll have any productive ideas on how to modify it. We can do it for free if we'll find that such new screen layout could be suitable for our customers. Also we can perform some modifications as "on-demand" job, if you'll need any special player for some particular project.

When do you plan to support multi speakers?

What does it mean "multi-speakers"? Does it mean to show different speakers one-by-one in the presentation? Or does it mean to show two or more speakers together on the same screen?

If the first, then they're supported. You can specify as many speakers in your presentation, as you like. Take a look at "Speakers" tab of "Synchronizer" page. Of course, only one speaker can be visible on screen at every moment of time. This is defined by our presentation format.

What is the upgrade policy?

Customer gets free upgrades within the same minor version. At present it's version 2.X. We're considering it specially, whether to claim or not about free upgrade between major versions. In any case upgrade fee usually is around 10% of the full price. We never will ask you to pay the same full price twice.

Minor updates are coming each 1 to 3 months depending on particular situation with the software development.

Best regards,
Alexander B. Bokovikov
Chief Technology Officer
Openworl Learning, LLC
Openworld Learning, LLC - Nov 6 2009 at 4:23am Copy Link
Mark Hill Is FlashPresenter able to run on 64-bit computers. I am asking this because though the demo installs fine I am unable to run the program.
Nov 6 2009 at 6:56am Copy Link
Alexander Bokovikov First of all, please check your software version. The latest version is The X64 support is not yet supported officially, though we're working in this direction. We have got few notifications from our customers, reporting that last version works on X64. We'd appreciate it, if you'll contact our techsupport directly and we'll can provide special (unofficial) build to test it on your X64 system. You can use email address, shown at
Openworld Learning, LLC - Nov 6 2009 at 8:29pm Copy Link

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