Your only option is to convert them to HTML5 to make them mobile-compatible. We also repurpose them into the latest formats, making them more appealing and engaging to your employees. Use the latest learning strategies based on your learners and training need e. If your courses were developed in older versions of authoring tools with both Flash and HTML5 output :. If the content in your Flash courses needs significant edits OR if the source files are not unavailable:. View Video. Our agile project management processes, authoring tool expertise, and instructional design strength help us provide holistic conversion services. Expertise in Instructional and Visual Design.
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Our Strategy to Convert Flash to HTML5
In , Flash will disappear from ALL browsers. Google has announced it, and so has Microsoft. Mozilla has decided to drop Flash from their browser, while Apple never supported it in the first place. What does this mean for Flash-based learning content?
Types of Flash to HTML5 Conversion Services Offered at WinBizSolutionsIndia
When an organization want to convert their Flash based courses to HTML5, the major constrain will be the budget. Migration is an overhead cost to the organization, especially if the courses are in high number. Considering the budget and the timeline, here are different approaches we follow for converting from Flash to HTML5. Video Output If the existing Flash courses are mainly animations without any interactivities then we use a recording option in which we record the course as a video output and publish in SCORM format. Redevelop If the course is a mix of static screens, interactions, knowledge check, etc. In this we replicate courses as it is using all assets from existing course. Enhance existing interactivities.
Adobe announced that after December 31st, , it will no longer support the flash player plug-in. Following this announcement, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla also announced that the Flashplayer plug-in will be disabled by default in their browsers by the end of Adobe Flash Player was created for the PC era, but with the world rapidly transitioning to mobile and on-the-go learning, Flash falls short in many ways. GreenSockGlobals t;if! Number s -i:parseInt s.