Learn how to insert websites into your PowerPoint slides. The web pages will load live at the time of running your slideshow and are completely interactive as if you are running the slideshow in a web browser.
While it is possible to add hyperlinks on YouTube videos via the built-in annotations feature, the only problem is that you cannot link to external websites from YouTube videos. LinkedTube solves the problem.
Issuu web based PDF viewer renders slides as images instead of Adobe Flash - this is useful as it will enable people to view your PowerPoint decks on mobile phones or inside web browsers that do not have Flash plugin.
iSpring is a free PowerPoint add-in that will convert your static presentation slides into a standalone Flash movie. iSpring supports all formats including .pptx that was introduced with PowerPoint 2007.
Watching FLV videos in the browser is half the fun - you can do so many other things like split FLV videos into multiple clips, trim the introductory music, convert flv videos to MP3 songs, extract image frames from the video, etc.
Like the YouTube video player, iPaper is a document player that lets you embed PDF, Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentation in web pages. You also get to monetize documents via Google AdSense.
This tutorial describes how you can embed MP3 music, podcasts and other audio files in web pages so that your readers can listen to the audio inside the browser without requiring an external player like Quick Time or Windows Media Player.
While Scribd and Slideshare also support PDF files, Issuu allows you to upload large PDF files (upto 100 MB) and their inline PDF player looks absolutely amazing. You even get to decide the colors and the PDF player dimensions.