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5. iSpring Presenter

iSpring Presenter is a handy alternative to Adobe’s product, an easy solution to transform a PowerPoint deck into a video presentation.


  • Narrate and sync up with slides. Make your live presentation with a webcam or embed a pre-recorded video, and synchronize it with slides and effects.
  • Add YouTube/Vimeo videos. Pick a video from the web and insert into your content with no extra effort.
  • Voice-over recording. Use the built-in Narration Editor to record a voice over or import audio files from your hard drive.
  • Add Flash movies, navigable web pages, files and links. Flash clips in .swf and .flv, any existing web page or a custom page, links or documents including .xls, .pdf or .docx – throw any content into the pot!
  • Great support for PowerPoint. iSpring saves 99% of PowerPoint effects, including animations, transitions and embedded objects in the output.
  • Quizzes and surveys. Test your students’ knowledge and receive feedback on your course right away. Plus, you can collect results and view statistics of the learners’ progress.
  • Embedded presentation player. iSpring offers a customizable presentation player so you can play back the course in a native environment.
  • Protection against unauthorized access. To prevent a course from being misused or copied, iSpring reinforces multi-level content protection.
  • Publish in a single click. Convert your presentation into Flash, HTML5, MP4 or an LMS-compliant format and reach out to a global audience. Alternatively, you can share your tutorial via iSpring Cloud – with a link, email, social networks or embeddable code.
  • Upload on YouTube. Place a video version of your deck on YouTube right from the iSpring Presenter interface.
  • Mobile application for content viewing. Use iSpring Play to see how your presentation works on iPad and Android tablets.


  • Lossless PowerPoint to Flash/HTML5 conversion
  • Full support of PowerPoint effects, transitions, animations, etc.
  • Extended LMS support
  • Granular reporting for assessments and courses
  • Easy publishing to video, easy sharing on YouTube.


    • Requires MS PowerPoint to use
    • No advanced video editing features
    • No screen recording feature

License costs

Yearly license prices start at $497 for 1 PC.