what can I do for an online presentation?

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what can I do for an online presentation?

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I have a PowerPoint pptx presentation containing 30 slides with images and some of them have video. I need a way to publish it in my page and be available for online viewing. What app should I use for it? I gave Adobe Presenter a try but I am not sure that it is the right app for me. Any suggestions?
I mean what app to use to create something that can be imported in a simple html page, not a blog.
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Re: what can I do for an online presentation?

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I've created a project containing 30 slides with videos and images. I need to convert my online presentation and write my essay speaker's notes for it. Any app / tool recommendations?
Hi,
I used at least two methods. First, I converted my pptx file to a swf file which could later be embedded into HTML. Like any other Flash movie.
Or there's a Zamzar file converter.
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Re: what can I do for an online presentation?

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Search for "markdown slideshow", there are many tools available for creating online slideshows quickly.
For video you can probably just use the HTML5 <video> tag?
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Re: what can I do for an online presentation?

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Altenburger wrote:
I've created a project containing 30 slides with videos and images. I need to convert my online presentation and write my essay speaker's notes for it. Any app / tool recommendations?
Hi,
I used at least two methods. First, I converted my pptx file to a swf file which could later be embedded into HTML. Like any other Flash movie.
Or there's a Zamzar file converter.
Flash is no more since 2021. :wink:

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If I remember right you can create a video from you presentation directly from Powerpoint. But in general I would prefer the methods Danilo has mentioned.
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Xara perhaps?
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Re: what can I do for an online presentation?

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NicTheQuick wrote:Flash is no more since 2021. :wink:
Not really:
https://github.com/ruffle-rs/ruffle
https://leaningtech.com/cheerpx-for-flash/

WASM makes it possible to still use Flash in the browser.
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