a new dimension to your photo collection, business presentations,
e-learning or educational content. TalkingSlide creates
dynamic rich-media talking animated presentations and
A CrazyTalk interactive talking guide or audio-narration
is seamlessly added to collections of photos or
presentation slides. Viewers are then guided slide-by-slide
by the accompanying speech, ensuring the information
related to the slide or image is clearly understood.
This makes TalkingSlide ideal for business, education
and home users alike who want to create dynamic
animated presentation and slideshows without any
previous knowledge of HTML.
quickly produces high-quality professional looking results.
The simple and powerful authoring environment saves
time whilst offering the author great flexibility via
an easy step-by-step process. PowerPoint slides, digital
photos, images, macromedia flash, videos or html content
can all be imported as your slide content. Once complete
your slideshow can be view locally on your PC, published
to the intranet, internet or on a CD.
TalkingSlide addresses a wide variety
of user scenarios by making the presentation of media
content easy to create. Business users can use TalkingSlide
to create interactive marketing materials, online
training aids, company broadcasts/infomercials, and
published archives of presentations. Education users
can use TalkingSlide to create engaging course content,
interactive materials or submit as an assessment/report.
Home users can use TalkingSlide to create talking
digital photos albums, present information about a
special occasion, a personalized welcome message,
a personal introduction/resume, your life story, and
much much more...
- Create professional looking rich media presentations.
- Quickly & easily publish your PowerPoint presentations
(*.ppt) online complete with a talking host.
- Increase the viewers attention, therefore more
effectively communication your ideas.
- Fun & enjoyable way to share your holiday
- Create interactive content that people will remember.
- No need to keep presenting the same content over
& over, use a virtual stand-in.