When to Opt for the RECORD Conversion Methodology in Flash to HTML5 Conversions [Infographic]

Access the Complete Guide to Flash to HTML5 eLearning Conversion

Download Now
When to Opt for the RECORD Conversion Methodology in Flash to HTML5 Conversions [Infographic]

So, you have eLearning courses developed in Flash but without source files? Does this mean you will have to bid goodbye to all those courses? Can you still convert them from Flash to HTML5? The good news is you can. But how? The right Flash to HTML5 conversion strategy to use in this case is the Record option.

So, when is it feasible to use this? For all Flash-based courses? Or for those that are not too high on interactivity and only aim at simple recall and recognition? What if you need these courses to be mobile-compatible? Will recording them to HTML5 output still work? 

How long does it take for this conversion? If these are a few questions in your mind, check out our infographic on When to Opt for the RECORD Conversion Methodology in Flash to HTML5 conversions for the answers. 

Pin it

When to Opt for the RECORD Conversion Methodology in Flash to HTML5 Conversions [Infographic]

Pin it

flash-to-html5-elearning-conversion-strategies-cta
Flash to HTML5 E-learning Conversion: The 4 `R's That Matter
Copy link