Allow Powerpoint to export to HTML5
Romal Bachu commented
My company uses HTML5POINT converter from DigitalOfficePro.
Very impressed with its output.It reained all the animations and transitions.
Martin Dean commented
I use iSpring to output PPT to Flash and to HTML5. I also use Articulate Storyline 2 to output HTML5 content.
If PowerPoint could output to HTML5 (or if Microsoft were to acquire Articulate!!!) Then PPT would become the de facto tool for modern eLearning development. This is a market opportunity where only Articulate and Adobe (Captivate) operate. With PPT as the ubiquitous tool for almost all communicators, it would be a great advantage to have HTML5 output
Echo Swinford commented
@XLE, you might try docs.com It's similar to the embedding from OneDrive, but the quality may be better. Additionally, docs.com allows you to disable downloading of the PPT file -- it can be viewing only.
When making websites for customers, I have tried a lot of tools for making banners, sliders and other multimedia stuff. I have used cms-addons, online tools and standalone tools. Today you need html5 output to have the result working on all platforms.
My perfect workflow: 1) Create content in Powerpoint (my favorites quick-graphics tool with my own addins) 2) Eksport/convert to (???) 3 Embed in website.
As of early 2016 I take step 2 like this: Open pptx præsentation in Google Slides (!) and get embed-code. This way I get crisp slides and an ok navigator. When embedding fron OneDrive the slides get a little blurry. Downside: Google Slides don't show on iOs...
So right now I'm evaluating 3rd party powerpoint to html5 converters but really hoping to get the feature direct from Powerpoint. I don't need all the transitions and animations - I almost only use fadein and fadeout.
James Mooring commented
Without any chrome. Just the presentation itself with all transitions, animation types, and interactive elements intact. This would be an incredibly powerful way of creating HTML animations. Thanks for consideration.