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Adobe CS5 - Next step after Powerpoint - Any Ideas?

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by johncollinswork, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. johncollinswork

    johncollinswork New commenter

    Has anyone used anything within CS5 to create multimedia presentations in?

    Flash itself will probably be beyond most of our students in the time we have,
    but Flash Catylst looks interesting.

    We have Mediator in our school which is a good logical extenstion from Powerpoint, but it is there anything in CS5 that is similar?

  2. Jessy1234

    Jessy1234 New commenter

    If you have Adobe Director I would try making multimedia presentation as it already as script functions that can be added by a click of the mouse. You can even add video and sound to the project. It use to be called Macromedia director 2004 before Adobe took over.
  3. I love Adobe Captivate. It's great for multimedia presentations but I mainly use it for tutorials. It's not cheap though and not bundled with CS5.
  4. DEmsley

    DEmsley New commenter

    Fair point, well made.

    If designed right there are many good PowerPoint presentations. I know this because I saw one in 1996.
  5. You crack me up!!

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