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Flash to HTML5 Conversions – What Are the Options You Have?


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This presentation will help organizations understand the conversion methodologies they can adopt to convert their Flash-based eLearning courses to HTML5. These methodologies include Record, Rebuild, Republish, and Redesign.

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Flash to HTML5 Conversions – What Are the Options You Have?

  1. 1. R R R R The Available Options – Four ‘R’s Flash to HTML5 eLearning Conversion
  2. 2. WHY FLASH TO HTML5? FLASH is dying and will be succeeded by HTML5 by 2020. The reign of FLASH is coming to an end, leaving organizations using FLASH-based eLearning in a jittery situation. Though the change is big and daunting, using HTML5 will positively impact businesses by: • Promoting a learning culture • Offering ways to future-proof learning • Bringing on a progressive effect on ROI
  3. 3. If your organization has been using eLearning courses since long, you are bound to have courses built using Flash or having elements of Flash. You can choose from different conversion methodologies, based on the state of availability of source files and your training requirements. 3/10
  4. 4. Conversion Methodologies (Four ‘R’s) Organizations Can Choose From: RECORD REPUBLISH REBUILD REDESIGNR R R R Old courses are recorded in the MP4 format Courses are republished in newer versions of the same authoring tool Relevant media elements are retained and the course is rebuilt with a new authoring tool Complete redesign of current courses using a new tool 4/10
  5. 5. Opt for the ‘Record’ Conversion Methodology: RECORD When the level of learning difficulty is low When there is no significant user interaction When there are no source files source 5/10
  6. 6. Opt for the ‘Republish’ Conversion Methodology: REPUBLISH 6/10 To upgrade to a newer version of the software quickly To give a new look to the old content To make the course compatible with all mobile devices
  7. 7. Opt for the ‘Rebuild’ Conversion Methodology: REBUILD 7/10 If the course needs to be developed in a new software To enhance the look and feel of the course If the course needs to run on various browsers and devices
  8. 8. Opt for the ‘Redesign’ Conversion Methodology: REDESIGN When the content itself has gone obsolete To reduce the overall duration of the course If the source files are unavailable but most of the media elements are available source When you need to deliver existing content as microlearning nuggets When the instructional design strategy applied to the course needs to be updated 8/10
  9. 9. DominKnowAdobe Captivate Articulate Storyline Lectora Inspire iSpring The four conversion methodologies can be ‘rapidly executed’ using modern authoring tools. 9/10
  10. 10. To recover your eLearning investment and know more about FLASH to HTML5 conversions, check this free eBook. No. 9-1-130 & 131, Sebastián Road, Secunderabad - 500003, Telangana, India. Phone: +91-40-27803080 v Get Your Copy Now! THANK YOU