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Why worry about using Flash - and limiting the browsers that can access it in the process when you can do it all with JavaScript - much more portable that way. Just one example that a quick google produced was jquery-slider.


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If I understood correctly what your need is, this can be easily done in PowerPoint. To Add the audio file to the slideshow: On the Insert tab, select Audio, and then Audio on My PC. In the file explorer, locate the music file you want to use and then select Insert. On the Playback tab, select Play across slides, select Start -> "automatically," and check ...


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I've faced similar problems with web-based markdown editors (id est, not supporting live previews or Github-flavoured markdown), so I've built my own widget, based on Parsedown Extra and TCPDF (for MD to PDF output, via HTML). You're welcome to adapt it to your own purposes. If you're looking for desktop-based software, I recommend Atom (wouldn't launch ...


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Are you looking for something like at the top of the iTunes store or Amazon? The big featured images that scroll to the left? If so, I would recommend swipe.js, even though the demo on their main site isn't currently working (Google around for another one). It's a very small, clean library with an option to auto-advance the swiper, thus making it a slideshow....


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I think you would Impress.js useful. It has everything you need 1 - JS Library to easily create presentations from code 2 - Configuration options avialable for transitions (including CSS3 effects)


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Not truly converting but you could potentially set VLC (or OpenCV & its python bindings) to record (one of) your screen*(s)* as detailed here. Then play through the presentation, full screen on that screen. You would probably need to trim off the first & last few seconds. Free Gratis & Open Source No MS software Cross Platform However, a 1 hour ...


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A screen capture program such as SnagIt can be configured to capture a specific area of the screen (user defined) and save it to a user-defined folder, while prepending a user-defined filename with advancing numerical components. The default hot key for SnagIt is the print-screen key but nearly any combination can be used. The program runs on Windows and ...


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https://ezgif.com/optimize has an option to reduce framerate (Remove every 2nd frame or every 3rd frame).


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IrfanView (https://www.irfanview.net/) is a free (as in beer) program that can do slide shows both in random order or according to a list. Viewing time can be set, too. Alternatively, use keyboard or mouse to advance pictures. Many years ago, before Beamer became available, I used IrfanView for my lectures.


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Have a look at Zoom. So far it reliably imported my 1200 slides it works offline. I checked that by denying Internet access via the Windows Firewall. it's a $89 one time price, which might be affordable for students I could easily merge slides of different presentations to a new presentation Since it works offline, I doubt it can share slides for a group ...


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Wondershare Filmora may be the closest candidate you're looking for. Filmora Video Editor is an easy video editing tool for users to create professional-looking videos. It comes with multiple great video editing features and effects. It's very easy to learn and easy to use, even people who don't have much video editing experience can start it ...


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Digikam can do what you want, actually... it is a really powerful software. You just need to create one album for each target folder, then right click on a photo and select move to album. You can even configure a shortcut to this action. It can do a slideshow using a second monitor if you want, and then you can slideshow on one monitor, and perform the ...


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I would use Shotwell for this kind of task. Just as described in the link, It can organize your photos according to tags, dates and folders. When I used it once, I copied all my photos from and old hard drive to ~/Photos. It discovered duplicates and it organized all the photos in directories according to date, like that: ~/Photos/year/month/day/1.jpg


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Moodle is a "course management system" that seems to fit your purpose. Plugin to integrate web presentations (based on reveal.js) Creatinge multiple choice questions is an established feature of the core Moodle Courses can be created from these items. It is more lightweight than Open Edx, but written in PHP rather than Java. Open source. Adding a multiple ...


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I recently answered a similar question here. I believe FastStone Image Viewer answers your requirements (stand alone, free for personal use, slideshow) plus more. Read my post above for more information on FastStone Image Viewer and some of the additional features this product supports. (I am not affiliated with this free product, I just love using it). ...


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You could include on your disc 1 java-script file and 1 html file then use them to view the pictures in the users web browser, (whatever their platform). There are a large number of free java script image slider programs out there but one good example is sliderman. Free Small the demo, (excluding images), are about 40 kBytes Really portable - will work on ...


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Boxoft has developed a slideshow builder that provides most, if not all, of what you want. Their product supports 35+ image formats and provides multiple ways of creating your slideshow (eg. as an .exe, burnt to a cd, or dvd movie). It provides an explorer type UI that allows you to add and manage images, change the order, and set transitions. I use their ...


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