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Author: John Sebastian

Sometimes we need to create a tutorial or presentation that which want to share with other people. This can either be delivered by email or to be made available on our website for public access.
As far as we know there are no software yet which can directly do this. However this can be achieved using two software.
The first One is Flash Demo Builder 2.0 which allow you to create tutorials, presentations, interactive quizzes and product demonstrations into an AVI video.
The other is Flash Video Studio 3.0 which allow you to convert most video files into Macromedia Flash SWF and FLV.

How to convert the project file of Flash Demo Builder 2.0 into FLV file
First, We have to create the tutorial or presentation, please do this step by step:

Step 1:Download and Install the trial version from here:

Step 2: Run Flash Demo Builder 2.0

Step 3: At the startup, you can choose one of them, "Blank Project, Screen Capture, Images, PowerPoint File"

Double click "Screen Capture", and you will see the setting which you can change. However just leave it as default for this purpose.
Then start making the demo. If you have a microphone, you can record audio narration during capturing.
You can end the capturing session by clicking the icon at the bottom right corner of your desktop as shown below or by pressing the Ctrl + End button.

Step 4: You can edit your slides show. If you have done, save it.

Step 5: After that, publish it into AVI file.
At the main menu, Click Publish -> Movie file or by pressing the Ctrl+7.
Flash Demo Builder allows you to change the codec. Click Change to change the codec.
Click"OK" button to process the AVI file.

Step 6:Next we are going to use the second product to convert the AVI file into FLV.

Download and Install Flash Video Studio 3.0 trial version from here:

Step 7: Run Flash Video Studio

Step 8: Click Browse button and select the avi file you just published with PPT To Flash Editor in the previous step

Step 9: Go to tab 7 “Publish”
- At the Output Format, choose “FLV File”
- Then Click “Publish” button

Step 10: Now you have your FLV file ready to be put into your website.
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Added: 2009-05-18
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