7 Exciting Features In iSpring For Rapid Course Development

| February 23, 2018

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iSpring is the preferred tool when PPTs from classroom training have to be converted to e-learning courses because of features that make the conversion process easy. Apart from this, iSpring works to your advantage when you are looking at the rapid conversion of courses. Let us explore more in this blog.As mentioned in our earlier blogs, iSpring is the go-to choice when you want to convert your PPTs for online courses. The iSpring Converter Pro tool converts PPTs to HTML5, Flash, or MP4.

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