Let me go into more detail about the Player. While converting a PowerPoint presentation to a Flash SWF movie, you can opt to package this output
within a Player that aids slide navigation, and also allows viewers to see the presentation online, while it’s still being downloaded.
You can change the colors of this Player:
Open PowerPoint, where you will find FlashSpring Pro 2 toolbar as shown in Figure 1 -- if you don't find it there choose View | Toolbars |
Figure1: FlashSpring Pro 2 toolbar
Open any presentation, or create a new presentation. When done, save the presentation, and click the Publish option within
the FlashSpring toolbar (refer to Figure 1 above).
This opens the Publish To Flash window as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 : Publish
Activate the Add Player checkbox.
To customize the Player, click the Customize button (refer to Figure 2 above) -- this brings up the Customize Player window
(see Figure 3 below).
Figure 3 : Customize Player
Change the colors of the Player window as required by dragging the Hue, Saturation, and Lightness sliders, and click OK to
apply the changes.
This gets you back to the Publish to Flash window -- click the Publish button to export the presentation to Flash SWF movie.
FlashSpring Pro is a viable option in the growing number of PowerPoint to Flash converters available. The pricing is good, and it's particularly
attractive to the non-enterprise users who don't need options like quizzing and web-conferencing built-in.