Giveaway of the Day - iSpring Presenter 4.3 (RRP $399) - HotUKDeals
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The program is available for $399, but it will be free for another 23 hours 25 minutes.

iSpring Presenter is a powerful eLearning toolkit that allows you to create engaging online courses and interactive quizzes right in your PowerPoint. It preserves the original quality of animations and transition effects as well as embedded multimedia files. With iSpring Presenter you can easily record audio narrations and presenter video for your slides or import them from an existing file. The software also features professional Flash content protection options, like custom watermark, password protection and domain restriction.

System Requirements:
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7;
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000/XP/2003/2007
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#1
A stunning piece of software and IMHO much better than Adobe presenter. HOT!
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Without sounding ungrateful, the problem with Givawayoftheday is that you're only licensed to legally use it for non commercial use, so its fine to use if you're interested in trying it out at home, but when you want to make these presentations commercial you need to buy the full version for you to use it legally. Not sure how many people could use this without the intention of it being for a commercial use/ venture. Sure, you can sill use it for business but its not much different than 'obtaining' a pirated version in that you've not complied with the terms of the license agreement, so not technically legit.

Anyone use it non-commercially for anything useful you'd do at home? (keep it clean!) Can it be used in schools for free etc?

Maybe the kids fancy an exciting night in with dad or mum and a quiz on the powerpoint projector? :thumbsup:

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