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iSpring Implements YouTube Video Insertion into PowerPoint Slides

iSpring allows easy creating and delivering online presentations with the YouTube videos broadcasted from any slide. A handy PowerPoint add-in converts presentations into web-ready Flash format giving PowerPoint users an opportunity to enhance web-hosted slideshows with a YouTube movie. Extremely popular video-hosting content can now be used to illustrate any subject of a presentation without sending the viewer to any external resources. iSpring Pro allows inserting a video in a couple of clicks so that finding a right YouTube clip seems to be a more complicated task than embedding it into a presentation.

iSpring Pro lets PowerPoint presentation go beyond a conference room or a classroom by publishing it to the Internet-friendly Flash format, what makes them easily distributable to any online destination. With the entire PowerPoint impact, presentations get all the benefits of Flash format after conversion like small file size, secure content and compliancy with all browsers and computer platforms. In addition to the rest of the Flash format advantages, presentations in Flash avoid incompatibility between the PowerPoint versions.

YouTube video option is just one of many features available for creating web-ready presentations and e-learning courses provided by iSpring products. Learn more about them and download free thirty days fully-functional trial versions of any iSpring product at www.ispringsolutions.com.

iSpring Pro Business license is $249 and covers two installations (work computer and laptop/home PC). Significant volume and educational discounts help organizations and institutions create and distribute multimedia materials in the most effective way.

 [September 23, 2009]


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