AuthorPoint Lite 22.214.171.124
Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
AuthorPoint Lite converts PowerPoint presentation files to SWF (Flash) files that are then uploaded to AuthorPoint Lite's Web site. Once your presentation is on the Web site, you can link to the provided URL, or you can share it via Twitter and other forms of social media. You can also embed your presentation into a separate Web page.
AuthorPoint Lite is clean and attractively designed. It immediately prompts you to upload a PowerPoint file. The presentation we chose contained many photographs, but AuthorPoint Lite handled it with ease. Once our file was finished, the next step was to upload it to the AuthorPoint Lite Web site. You must create an account in order to use the Web site, but it's free. It took about 20 minutes for our presentation to post to the site, because of the time needed to downsample our images for Web resolution. Presentations that are mostly text and vector graphics will load more quickly. It was worth the wait! When our presentation was ready, the AuthorPoint Lite Web site provided us with a link to view it on the Web site. You can share the link freely or make your presentations private and password protected, a nice benefit if you're handling confidential material.
AuthorPoint Lite is a fabulous tool for sharing PowerPoint presentations over the Internet. It's easy to use, and help is available on the manufacturer's Web site if you encounter problems. AuthorPoint Lite is free and installs and uninstalls easily. This is a top-notch application.
authorPOINT Lite is a free PowerPoint to Flash converter. This freeware PPT to Flash conversion tool is very easy-to-use and can convert both .ppt and .pps to .swf Flash. authorPOINT Lite converts and uploads presentations to authorSTREAM and WiZiQ, the online services that retain PowerPoint effects on the Web like PowerPoint animations, rehearsed timings, sounds and gif images. It is Windows Vista and Office 2007 compatible.
How it works: authorPOINT Lite > import presentation > upload to authorSTREAM or WiZiQ > send URL publicly or securely to one or many. So users don't need to send PowerPoint attachments in e-mail and there is no presentation replication. Users can also get unique code for presentations uploaded to authorGEN's presentation sharing platforms, which can be used to embed presentations in sites, blogs and social networking site profiles.
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