Eliminate the cost, time, and complexity of creating professional-looking multimedia presentations for the web.
Presio is a powerful yet easy to use tool for creating rich media web presentations. Presio is perfect for developing online training, recording lectures, creating web presentations and tutorials.
Presio allows you to record audio narrations or video alongside PowerPoint slides, images and screenshots. You can also synchronize existing audio or video files with slides to create engaging multimedia presentations.
Record Audio or Video narrations
Presio let's anyone create web presentations by recording audio or video and capturing synchronized slides.
Presio has a very intuitive tabbed interface that walks you through the steps of recording, editing, and publishing. You may also import existing media files, and synchronize those with slides as well.
This allows you to deliver engaging content
more effectively than traditional methods such as
video editing programs, e-learning "authoring" tools, or HTML and web
Leverage existing media content
- Audio/Video container (AVI)
- Quicktime (MOV)
- MP3 audio
- WAV audio
- MPEG2 audio/video
- MPEG4 audio/video
- Flash video (FLV)
- Windows Media (WMA, WMV)
Presio allows you to import your audio/video
files and synchronize it with slides. Simply import a media file, synchronize slides, and publish.
Publish rich media web presentations to a variety of media formats
Presio supports a variety of media output formats including Flash, Windows Media, Quicktime, or Video Podcast formats.
Presentations can be published as HTML based templates with embedded media in a variety of formats. HTML templates provide additional playback features beyond media and synchronized slides. Viewers can access attachments and links, view notes, and search the presentation for kewyords.
Presentations can also be published as stand-alone media files, which can easily be embedded in your website or blog.
Presio also allows you to publish to Video podcast format (MP4).
Presentations can then be played back on mobile devices such as