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Thread: PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications

  1. #1
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    Jan 2007

    Thumbs up PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications

    What’s new in this release?

    The latest version of Aspose.Flash for .NET now allows a robust conversion from PPT to SWF and PDF to SWF with improved image and FLV Rendering Performance. Many important features have already been supported and improved in the previous versions. You can find their details below.

    - ActionScript 3 support with ABC to SWF conversion and ABC manipulation
    - Supports FLV video encoding
    - Improved FLV Loading and Rendering

    Overview: Aspose.Flash for .NET

    Aspose.Flash is a non-graphical .NET Flash management component allowing developers to dynamically generate, parse, convert and edit Flash® content directly from .NET applications. It provides support for ActionScript, Flash v8, Flash v9, Flash v10 and Flash Lite. Using Aspose.Flash, you can create banners with animations, menus or whole site by adding images, simple morphing, gradients, audio and video streams. It allows you to convert PPT, PDF & SVG to SWF and SWF to AVI & FLV files.

    Newly added articles and documentation pages

    All the above supported features have been deeply explained in separate documentation pages as well to give you an in-depth familiarity with Aspose.Flash for .NET and its usage.

    - Updated Documentation of Aspose.Flash for .NET with Complete New Programmer's Guide Section is Available Now.
    - How to: Add multiple FLV movies in a single SWF file and then extract all or any of those movies using FLVExtractor class.
    - How to: Download SWF to AVI and PPT to SWF Conversion Demo.

    Read more about Aspose.Flash for .NET

    - Homepage of Aspose.Flash for .NET.
    - Download Aspose.Flash for .NET.
    - Online documentation of Aspose.Flash for .NET.
    - Demos of Aspose.Flash for .NET.
    - Post your technical questions/queries to Aspose.Flash for .NET Forum.
    - Receive notifications about latest news and supported features by subscribing to Aspose.Flash for .NET blog.

    Contact Information
    Suite 119, 272 Victoria Avenue
    Chatswood, NSW, 2067
    Aspose - The .NET and Java component publisher
    Phone: 888.277.6734
    Fax: 866.810.94651

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2010

    Re: PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications


    I tried the same and visited so many forums for that. Ultimately found the solution here.
    Hope it will help you.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2011

    FlashPoint Pro

    If you want to convert ppt to flash, you can try flashpoint, it will save you more time,also preserve all the properties of the ppt.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2011

    Re: PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications

    I strongly recommend aXppt flip maker .http://www.axppt.com

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2011

    Re: PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications

    you can convert ppt to swf by this:


  6. #6
    Join Date
    Apr 2016

    Re: PPT to SWF (Flash) and PDF to SWF Conversion in .NET Applications

    One may also convert PDF, PPT and other document files to SWF with Print2Flash. The conversion code is very simple. For example, in C# it looks like

    Print2Flash4.Server2 p2fServer = new Print2Flash4.Server2();
    p2fServer.ConvertFile(fs_filename, fs_convertedfilename, null, null, null);

    fs_filename is the name of your PDF or PPT file, fs_convertedfilename is the SWF filename you need to obtain. There are also a lot of conversion options available. A working sample can be obtained from Print2Flash SDK that can be downloaded from http://print2flash.com/download.php

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