I am creating educational content. The tool of my company can export this as a SCORM file, but nothing else.

Since I don't want to do the work twice, I'd like to convert the SCORM file as PPT.

At the moment, I'm very new to SCORM, so I don't have any particular idea on which features of SCORM need to be supported. Very basic support is sufficient for now.


  • Works on Windows (Windows 10+)
  • is gratis (Open Source preferred)
  • works offline (no upload to the Internet)

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Converting a SCORM file to a PowerPoint presentation (PPT) can be a bit challenging because SCORM is a package format used for e-learning content, while PowerPoint is a presentation format. However, there are some open-source tools that can help you extract the content from the SCORM package and convert it to a more readable format, which you can then use to create a PowerPoint presentation manually.

One tool that meets your requirements is the SCORM Cloud Player, which is an open-source project hosted on GitHub. Here are the steps to use it:

  1. Download the SCORM Cloud Player from the GitHub repository: https://github.com/cyber-kube/scorm-cloud-player

  2. Extract the downloaded ZIP file to a folder on your Windows computer.

  3. Open the extracted folder and locate the "scorm-cloud-player.html" file.

  4. Double-click on the "scorm-cloud-player.html" file to open it in your default web browser.

  5. In the SCORM Cloud Player interface, click on the "Open SCORM" button and select your SCORM file.

  6. The SCORM Cloud Player will load and display the content of your SCORM file.

  7. Use the navigation buttons or menu to navigate through the SCORM content.

  8. For each page or section of the SCORM content, you can copy the text, images, and other elements, and paste them into a new PowerPoint slide.

Please note that the SCORM Cloud Player is a viewer, and it does not directly convert the SCORM file to PowerPoint. You will need to manually create the PowerPoint slides based on the content displayed in the SCORM Cloud Player.

Additionally, keep in mind that some interactive elements or complex multimedia components in the SCORM package may not be directly transferable to PowerPoint. In such cases, you may need to find alternative ways to represent or recreate those elements in your PowerPoint presentation.

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