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Openworld FlashPresenter Features
Getting Started with Openworld FlashPresenter
Your Presentation Screen
PowerPoint Import Wizard
Step 1 - Open Presentation
Step 2 - PowerPoint Slide Narration
Step 3 - Narration Results
PowerPoint Import Preferences
Creating New Presentation
Video Encoding Setup
Synchronizing the Transcript
Hyperlinks and Resources Links Creation
Synchronizing Hyperlinks and Resources Links
New Quiz Creation
Quiz Properties Setup
Quiz Results Processing
Exporting Your Presentation
Using HTTP Streaming technology for video/audio
Flash Media Server
Video Encoding Preferences
MP3 To FLV Converter
MP3 Sound Recorder
DEMO Mode Limitations
Software Activation and Order Information
Step 3 - Narration Results
How to check slides narration:
The main purpose of this page is to let you create a tree-shaped Contents
navigation menu for your presentation and also check the summary of slides
narration for the whole presentation. Here you can easily identify slides,
which are not yet narrated and/or slides, having problems with narration.
Please note that the Wizard can export only fully narrated PowerPoint
presentatation. The "Next" button will be inactive util all slides will
be shown as having "good" narration.
How Narration Results Page looks:
Creating a tree-shaped Contents navigation menu:
You can use toolbuttons, located above the list,
to arrange list items as you need. You can create multi-level tree structure, creating a "parent" topics
and associating slides with them. Virtually you can create as many nesting levels, as you wish.
You can hide some items from view, so they will not be exported this time,
but will be saved in the original Powerpoint presentation. You can make them to be visible back any time you wish.
You can assign a specific Speaker Title / Subtitle for any slide in the list.
Speaker data initialy are taken from the PPT file.
You can modify them. These data will appear below speaker image in the Openworld FlashPresenter presentation in synch with the slide appearance.
As you can see, each slide item in the list has a labels of either green,
yellow or red color, indicating the narration state for this slide.
How to recognize slides narration states:
"Good Narration" Indicates that both transcript and soundtrack are created for this slide.
"Transcript May Differ From Soundtrack" means that either transcript or audiotrack is too short.
You can check the slide narration parameters by double-clicking the list item.
Also you can set the limits, applied in this check, using Preferences page.
"Unsupported Audio Format" means that this slide has associated audiotrack, recrded in another format (sampling rate, bitrate, etc.) than other slide soundtracks.
It is nesessary to keep audio format just the same for all slides in the presentation
to have the ability of export into Openworld FlashPresenter format. Indeed, the audio format is the same for all slides, narrated by the Wizard itself.
So, this case may happen only if presentation already have some audio tracks,
created by PowerPoint itself or by other tools.
Narration Is Absent Or Too Short" means that this slide has no transcript and/or soundtrack associated. Also it may be shown if slide's audiotrack duration is less than 10 sec.
This is because Openworld FlashPresenter has technical limits, applied to slides appearance rate.
Slides can't appear faster than by 10 s. It is caused by limited downloding time, which may be sensible when
presentation is opened through the Internet. Slides are downloaded one-by-one in background to achieve the smart slides update
and low pre-loading time simultaneously. Therefore next slide is downloaded few seconds before it should appear on the screen.
So, we need some time (around 10 s, approx.) to "prepare" the next slide while current slide is
still visible. 10 seconds limit appropriates for vast majority of cases.
Other elements you can setup:
Save PowerPoint presentation before exit if checked saves the narration changes in the original PPT / PPS file.
You can choose the file name to save modified PowerPoint presentation.
Tree-shaped Contents structure as well as Speaker Titles/Subtitles also will be saved
in a special area of PPT file, invisible for Powerpoint, so you'll can re-open your
presentation in PowerPoint for further modifications, then use it again in Openworld Flash Presenter
Wizard. All new slides (if any) in this case will be added to the root level of the
the Contents tree.
FlashPresenter Project File Name will be used to save Openworld FlashPresenter project, generated by this Wizard.
Finally you need to click the "Finish" buttom at the bottom to start the export process.