Flash’s 2020 phaseout has hugely impacted the eLearning industry. Organizations are now looking into converting their outdated Flash videos into HTML5 courses for their corporate training needs. Read on to discover how to go about the conversion and its benefits.
This blog examines the relationship between HTML5, eLearning, and the factors that organizations should consider before adopting HTML5. We will also see why HTML5 is seen as Flash’s successor, the purpose of Flash to HTML5 conversion, and how to go about it.
Flash to HTML5 conversion of eLearning courses is made easy with rapid authoring tools. Scroll to understand the need for conversion, the benefits of HTML5, and strategies for Flash to HTML5 conversion.
You can convert Flash courses to HTML5 even if you’ve missed the deadline. Explore all the reasons you should be converting Flash to HTML5 – from updating content to introducing microlearning, and more.
With Adobe stopping support for Flash, opening these courses is difficult and so becomes Flash to HTML5 conversion. Luckily, there are a few workarounds – but with drawbacks. This infographic tells you how you can convert Flash courses to HTML5 and the best way to do it.
Missed the chance to complete your Flash to HTML5 conversion before December 2020? Don’t worry, we have figured out some ways to still make it happen. Read this blog for the Plan B for your Flash to HTML5 eLearning conversion.
Still waiting for the right time for Flash to HTML5 conversion. Well…that time is right now! Take a look at our SlideShare and select the authoring tool for Flash to HTML5 conversion that best meets your requirement.
If you have to convert a library full of Flash-based eLearning courses to HTML5 and have no in-house expertise to do it, it’s time to outsource! Here are 5 questions that’ll help with your outsourcing Flash to HTML5 conversion.
Flash eLearning to HTML5 conversion has become a hot topic for conversation in recent months, for really good reasons. This blog will help you convince your boss on why and how you need to go in for Flash to HTML5 eLearning conversion.
It’s now an open secret – Adobe will stop supporting the Flash player by the end of 2020 and no matter how much we shy away from Flash eLearning to HTML5 conversion, it’s high time we take the plunge! But, what will corporate training look like post Flash? Find out here!
Worried about the fate of your old, legacy Adobe Flash courses post 2020? Converting your Flash courses to HTML5 may be a really good option. Here’s a webinar that will help you see the demand for Flash to HTML5 conversion, and more importantly, how to implement it.
Are your SMEs tired of reviewing eLearning courses that were converted from Flash to HMTL5? Here are 4 online review tools to ease the review process for Flash to HTML5 eLearning conversion.