This article applies to Articulate Presenter 4. See what’s new in Articulate Presenter 5!
Not only does Articulate Presenter put the power of PowerPoint to Flash conversion in your hands, it allows you to insert existing Flash movies into your presentation. You can insert one Flash movie per slide.
A couple important things to remember when inserting Flash movies:
- In rare cases, Flash movies with their own navigation controls (play, stop, fast-forward, rewind) may interfere with the Articulate Player, so if your SWF file isn’t playing after publishing, remove the controls and see if that makes a difference.
- Your inserted Flash movie should match the frame rate you have set in Articulate Presenter. By default, that frame rate is 30 fps in Articulate Presenter. This is the ideal setting for your final content, so we recommend adjusting your existing Flash movie’s fps to 30. If you don’t have access to the original FLA file, you can change the default fps in Articulate Presenter: Go to Articulate -> Options -> Other and look for the “Default frame rate” field toward the bottom of the window.