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TMCNet:  iSpring Pro 7.0 to Hit Market in March: Create HTML5 E-Learning Courses in PowerPoint

[January 31, 2013]

iSpring Pro 7.0 to Hit Market in March: Create HTML5 E-Learning Courses in PowerPoint

NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- iSpring Solutions Inc. announces the upcoming release of iSpring Pro 7.0 with HTML5 support. With the new version of iSpring Pro users can convert PowerPoint presentations and courses to Flash, HTML5 or to a combined mode of both formats. This ensures smooth playback of iSpring's courses and presentations on all computers, Android tablets and iPads.

iSpring Pro 7.0 combines iSpring's PowerPoint to Flash conversion technology (repeatedly called the best engineered on the market) and the breakthrough HyperPoint technology of PowerPoint to HTML5 conversion. The new iSpring Pro 7.0 greatly preserves all PowerPoint features, including animations, triggers and transitions in Flash and HTML5 formats.

Another big feature of iSpring Pro 7.0 is its enhanced narration opportunities. Users can easily record and synchronize video narrations and voice-over for their Flash and HTML5 eLearning courses and presentations. Created narrations are perfectly supported on both computers and mobile devices.

iSpring Pro 7.0 has been enriched with numerous useful features for eLearning, including advanced navigation control features, upgraded video support, the solid support of Tin Cap API and Section 508 functionality. The brand new HTML5 player has been specially designed for seamless and convenient playback of Flash and HTML5 content on all devices. The player can be flexibly customized according to your requirements.

Pricing & Availability iSpring Pro 7.0 will be available for purchase in early March. The registration for beta-testing program is open on iSpring website. iSpring is also running a pre-launch special offer, inviting everyone to purchase iSpring Pro now and upgrade to iSpring Pro 7.0 for free.

About iSpring Solutions, Inc.

iSpring Solutions Inc. is an international vendor of professional eLearning authoring software. iSpring is known for its advanced conversion of PowerPoint to Flash and HTML5. For more information, visit online at www.ispringsolutions.com.

SOURCE iSpring Solutions Inc.

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