Now you can quickly and easily publish your presentations to web sites, blogs, or for offline viewing, downloading, or sharing without having to distribute the original PowerPoint files. And since Silverlight is cross-browser supported, presentations can be viewed on a Macintosh or Windows computer. Convexion does all the work for you with just a click of a button, right within the PowerPoint ribbon user interface:
Convexion converts PowerPoint presentations to Microsoft Silverlight XAP files (with the supporting HTML) for direct, no programming, publishing to the web in any browser. It also converts presentations to Microsoft's WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) EXE format for standalone desktop playback and single file sharing. For designers and developers, Convexion Pro Edition adds Silverlight Blend / Visual Studio SLN Project exporting for further editing, customization, and programming.
Converted Silverlight Presentations- Use on the Web or Offline
Save a Silverlight presentation from a web browser to the desktop for offline viewing:
Want to enable your Silverlight 3.0 web browser presentation to be viewed offline by web visitors? No problem, Convexion offers a toggled (on / off) setting to enable the web audience of the Silverlight presentation the ability to right-mouse click and save a copy of the presentation to the their local machine (as an application) for offline viewing.
See for yourself... PowerPoint PPTX Original VS. Silverlight Example
See for yourself how well Convexion converts and publishes to a Silverlight based presentation while retaining the animations and visual experience of the original slideshow. Download the original PowerPoint file on the left and watch it, then click on the Convexion converted Silverlight based presentation on the right to experience the same high-fidelity presentation playing on the web with Silverlight, or on your desktop with WPF EXE.
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Retains PowerPoint Animations, Diagrams, and Effects
Renders most PowerPoint animations including diagrams and custom effects while preserving very accurate layout information. Supports the most common set of shape, diagram, and slide transitional animations such as wipes, fade, blinds, splits, wedge, and other custom animations (scale, rotate, motion).
Control Over Presentation Size and Image Resolution
Convexion enables you complete control over the dimensions of your exported presentation player, as well as the image resolution to reduce files size for web publishing.
Save for Silverlight Offline Desktop Install and Playback
Want to let your Silverlight 3.0 presentation to be viewed offline by web visitors? No problem, Convexion offers a toggled (on / off) setting to enable the web viewers of the Silverlight presentation the ability to right-mouse click and save a copy of the presentation to the their local machine (as an application) for offline viewing.
Comes with a Variety of Player Skins and Layouts
Convexion comes with 12 different colored player skins and and a variety of layouts allowing you to choose how the converted and exported presentation looks. Layouts any combination of slides, notes, outline, and navigation.
Convert Only the Slides You Select
Convexion converts all sl
Windows to run program. Playback on the web via Silverlight Windows &
Convexion v1.0 Requirements:
- Convexion is not available for Macintosh, butt Macintosh web browsers can view presentations with Silverlight.
Windows XP, Vista or, Windows 7
1 Ghz+ processor
512 MB+ RAM
20 MB available disk space
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 installed
Microsoft Expression Blend or Visual Studio (Convexion Pro Only)
Also, for the Convexion plug-in to operate, the following pre-requisites will need to be installed. However, the installer will search your machine and download the necessary software if it is not already installed:
.NET Framework 3.5 w/ SP1
Office 2007 PIA
Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime 3.0 SP1
To view a converted presentations, users must have the following installed:
Microsoft Silverlight 3.0 web browser runtime
for IE 6-8, Firefox 2 & 3, & Macintosh Firefox 2 & 3 & Safari 3 & 4
WPF via .NET Framework 3.5
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