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Recording Narration in PowerPoint using iSpring Free

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Narrated PowerPoint shows saved as-is tend to be very large files. This makes them cumbersome and difficult to upload and share with your students or fellow classmates. The iSpring plug-in for PowerPoint takes narrated presentations and exports them as Flash movies. This means that they upload very quickly and play almost instantly.

This handout assumes that you are comfortable downloading and installing software, and that you have already prepared a PowerPoint presentation to narrate. It also assumes that you have an internal or external microphone or webcam installed on your PC.

iSpring 7 Guide for Faculty (PDF)

(Updated 12/2014 for PowerPoint 2013 and D2L 10.3)

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Written by SRU Ed Tech

December 2, 2010 at 2:02 pm

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  1. […] If you are trying to upload a narrated PowerPoint, you should take the time to learn how to use iSpring Free. […]


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