ImTOO PowerPoint to Flash

ImTOO PowerPoint to Flash 1.0

Full-featured PowerPoint add-on to create SWF videos out of your presentations

ImTOO PowerPoint to Flash transforms your static presentations into dynamic and attractive SWF Flash video files. It installs directly into your copy of MS PowerPoint, working as an add-on that you can launch directly from the tab menu or the ribbon toolbar. It supports not only the classic PPT, PPS, and POT presentation files, but also the newer PPTX, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, POTX, and POTM PowerPoint files.

The idea is to create a standalone presentation in Flash format that you can share with clients or colleagues who may not necessarily have PowerPoint installed in their computers. Alternatively, you can also embed the resulting SWF into your own website or into any other HTML page. The program will faithfully respect the layout, effects, multimedia, hyperlinks, and even the playback pace of the original presentation, while offering you ways of adding extra value to it.

One way of doing it is by allowing you to modify the way some actions and elements will be handled in the SWF file without changing any of the settings used in the original presentation. Thus, you can decide to play all animations automatically, trigger them on mouse-click, add a delay (in seconds) to all slides, etc. The other way is by wrapping up your presentation in an attractive standalone video player that you can customize by adding your own logo, information about you or your company, and even a slide list.

The SWF video file itself can be fully customized, too. The frame rate, its width and height, the image quality, the sample and bit rates of the background audio, the action to be taken at the end of the presentation... all these can be easily tweaked and modified using the various setting tabs provided.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Integrates perfectly with the most recent versions of PowerPoint
  • Produces high-quality SWF files embedded in attractive HTML pages


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