Publishing Presentation into Autorun CD/DVD
When your presentation is done and you want to convert it into CD/DVD, sometimes you need to add a splash screen,
company logo, etc to protect your presentation. How you can do it? Now, you can use this software to make it easily.
Here is the result:
1. To start creating your presentation, please go to http://www.flashanimtricks.com/Create-A-Flash-Presentation-Synchronized-With-Voice-Narration-Easily.php
2. From main menu, click on icon "make an autorun CD/DVD".
3. Flash Demo Builder will show you a windows to change the settings. At the tab "Menu", check on "Create an autorun disc"
to make the resulting CD/DVD as an autorun disc. An autorun disc will play automatically as soon as it is inserted into a CD-ROM
tray. Check on "Have menu" to enable a menu.
To add your project, click on tab "Shows" and click on "Add" button. You can add the introduction show too.
For this tutorial, we want to add splash screen and creae a registration. Click on tab "Branding" to add splash screen.
Then check on "Show splash screen window upon startup" to add and customize a splash screen and about box. Splash screen is a window showing at the startup. You can set how long this splash screen supposed to show by entering the duration. About box is a window showing the publication details. This about box will show when user right click on the publication window and choose About Box.
Click on tab "Registration" to add the registration.
For this tutorial, the method, we choose "Shareware" and activation with "Cannot activate" (this option is only available when choosing Registration method as Shareware. When this is selected, the application cannot be activated after expired).
4. Then click on "OK" button to process it. After the process is done, Flash Demo Builder will let you to choose the right drive and
the number of copy you want to make. Insert the CD/DVD disc and click Write CD. You can also make the output as a CD/DVD image without
burning them into a disc by checking Make image file only.