This tool for educators allows you to make iMovies of yourself teaching a class.
You can then save your PowerPoint slides as JPEG files and sync them all with MovieSlider.
You finish with a Web folder that you can upload to a Web server or compile into CDs for your students. All they need to view your lessons is a simple Web browser and QuickTime.
Your finished presentations are cross-platform, accessible by Apple or Windows PCs. When your movie plays, the slides will advance automatically based on how you synchronized them.
- G3 or G4 Mac
- Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later
- MS Office vX (PowerPoint) recommended
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