COVID-19 has led to unprecedented training disruption. As we debate quick, efficient ways to shift training programs online, let’s not forget the legacy courses developed in Flash and older versions of authoring tools.
Converting your Flash courses to HTML5 makes them mobile-compatible and extends their reach. You can also:
With Adobe discontinuing support to Flash by end of 2020, your Flash-based eLearning courses will stop playing (in all browsers). So, it is now or never for Flash to HTML5 eLearning conversion!
Whether it’s only a few or a thousand, we will ensure your legacy courses are converted at unmatched speed, scale, and quality with our:
You can also avail of our limited period special discounts on Flash to HTML5 conversion projects.
To provide up-to-date content to learners to meet dynamic business demands, we help you:
Use the Flash to HTML5 conversion to transform long courses into short learning nuggets to:
Enhance your Flash courses (with better instructional design or interactivity) based on your learners and training need (e.g., scenario-based training to training for sales reps).
Make courses look fresh by adding more contemporary visual elements.
Translations offer your international employees consistent, technically accurate training.
Make your ‘not-so-translation-friendly’ legacy courses ready for translation by using authoring tools – even in languages with right-to-left script or double byte character sets.
The RECORD strategy is for you if your Flash-based courses:
Record them to MP4 format which is SCORM/AICC/Tin Can compatible and can be hosted on all Learning Management Systems.
If your legacy courses were developed in older versions of authoring tools (with both Flash and HTML5 output), you can:
You can also:
Reuse the content and existing assets to rebuild courses in a new authoring tool for HTML5 output for cross-platform, cross-device compatibility if your Flash-based courses:
You can ‘REDESIGN’ the courses from scratch, using a new authoring tool if:
Using the REDESIGN strategy, you can:
Not much! Here’s a quick to-do list for you for Flash to HTML5 conversions:
Collect all Flash-based courses and those with Flash assets from your online learning resources.
You can identify Flash courses by their extension .swf or .flv.
Categorize Flash assets based on availability of source files, whether the complete courses or just media elements need conversion.
Choose the courses you want converted and archive the ones that have become obsolete or irrelevant.
Prioritize Flash to HTML5 conversions according to the urgency and importance.
Choose the Flash to HTML5 conversion strategy that best suits the situation and need – Record, Republish, Rebuild, or Redesign.
We converted a large repository of Flash-based courses to HTML5 (responsive e-learning that runs on multiple devices) for a US-based telecommunications leader. Our Success Mantra was standardization, communication, and process adherence – by both parties.
We redesign your Flash courses based on robust:
We also repurpose them into the latest formats, making them more appealing and engaging to your employees.