New level of quality - iSpring Ultra 3 Release

Alexandria, Virginia (PressExposure) July 11, 2008 -- I'm happy to introduce iSpring Ultra 3 today. This is the most powerful upgrade since last summer when FlashSpring Ultra 2.2 was released. This new rebranded version outshines FlashSpring Ultra completely - just take a look at the list of new features here.

The first thing to mention is PowerPoint 2007 presentations support. Your creations can be more stylish and pretty with PowerPoint 2007, and iSpring Ultra will convert them to Flash accurately keeping their nice look.

PowerPoint has a really incredible choice of animations and effects to make your presentation remarkable and impressive. If there is a TOP 10 list of user's favorite PowerPoint effects, animations by letters and words will be in the lead. They are pretty indeed, and with iSpring Ultra 3 they keep their amazing look even after conversion to Flash.

4 player skins have been added to Ultra: Crystal Player with an exclusive appearance and semi-transparent panels for Search, Notes, Thumbnails and Outlines. Advanced Player which allows full customization with the live preview and marking the slides with Ink Annotation tool. Navigation+Marker Player, a tiny thing with high abilities. Navigation+Notes Player

Enhanced and improved ActionScript API provides more flexible Flash playback control, while the new samples (including Flex and ActionScript 3) make Flash content integration smooth and easy.

We took care of your Flash kid's security also and provided the option that allows a Flash movie to play only on some certain domain(s). And your presentation won't play on any other web site or local computer. With new Ultra you can say more about your company - interactive company logo embedded into player will direct your audience to the corporate web site or product page, while branded player looks more professional.

About iSpring Solutions, Inc.

iSpring Solutions, Inc.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 11, 2008 at 8:29 am
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