Convert Thanksgiving-Themed PPT to Flash to Animate Your Idea and Display Online

Well, PowerPoint is still the No. 1 choice if you are educationally going to teach or demonstrate something. However, it has certain disadvantages such as it is modifiable for anyone, it is inconvenient for cross-platform usage, etc, making people start to search another form that can display & share & transfer their ideas and plans in webpage, email, even everywhere on the internet. You are right, we are talking about Flash.

And you all know that Thanksgiving Day 2010 is just around the corner, why not animate the Thanksgiving-themed PPT so it can be shared online with more friends?! That sounds amazing and it is quite easy to implement.

To visualize and animate PPT files, we may need a little extra help from a freeware called iSpring PPT to Flash Converter. It is a plugin-like program that will appear directly in your PPT file after installation and it works in two different ways: insert flash file SWF to the current PPT or convert the current PPT to Flash SWF with complete switching effects and links.

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Hold on, speaking of sharing those converted Thanksgiving-themed flashes, at least you have two choices. First, embed them directly into webpage like blog, forum or anywhere you like; second, convert them swiftly to video to play on various portable devices like iPod, iPhone, PSP etc to double the fun.

With a professional SWF to video converter, you have the infinite power to convert flash to whatever you want: flash to video, flash to audio, flash to video with alpha channel, flash to image, etc.

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You even deserve better. To customize your original flash file using the editing features like cropping and watermarking so that the output video is guaranteed to be unique and totally in your own style.

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So, if you are a little bit shy to express your thanks to the one you care on this Thanksgiving Day, try to convey your gratefulness to an animated flash or a vivid video instead, it will probably work!

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