Builds are when the slide doesn’t change, but content on the slide does. Like someone may have a list of bullet points on a slide that add one at a time each time they click advance (but it stays on the slide slide number). Or an animation on the slide gets triggered when you advance (again, without advancing the slide)
*** How does it support slide transitions?**
Sometimes people have a crossfade or other transition happen when they go from one slide to the next
*** How does it support embedded video?**
Sometimes people embed video in a PPT slide. I’ve seen them embed an actual mp4, or sometimes they just embed a youtube link (or similar) How does Aspose handle those situations?
Slide transitions are currently not supported, but we have it in plans for nearest releases.
Creating shape animations are supported. You can create animation sequences, add/update/delete individual effects. An example can be found here: Update a Main Sequence|Documentation
If I correctly understand what you mean by builds, those are animation effects applied to text paragraphs instead of whole shapes. If so, then yes, they are supported. You can create effects at paragraph level. You can see an example here: Paragraph Animation|Documentation
Hi there - sorry, I just wanted to double check things before moving forward to make sure nothing was misunderstood.
I put together a test in another platform (PPT → HTML 5 converter), but Id prefer to use your system.
If you check the source files here, you can open an HTML their system puts out. I made a PPT incorporating a few of the things I was asking about, and just wanted to confirm your system had no problem ingesting and converting any of these. Basically we would want to make a player that would show the PPT via web interface similar to this and play back everything as you see in the link below
Would also love to know how long it takes to process a file since quick processing is a key feature for us.
I was unable to convert the attached presentation to an HTML5 document using Aspose.Slides for Node.js 23.12.
We have opened the following new ticket(s) in our internal issue tracking system and will deliver their fixes according to the terms mentioned in Free Support Policies.
Issue ID(s): SLIDESCLOUD-1829
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Unfortunately, I cannot provide estimated measures of the conversion process because the processing time depends on the presentation file size and presentation contents. You can perform your own tests according to your requirements.
Thank you for the update - any idea what the error was that prevented conversion?
It was made on PPT for Mac, and contained an embedded video, but other than that was fairly basic.
I would also love to confirm the expected output from aspose (when theres not an error) would be similar to the experience of the HTML file in the folder I sent. If you download the folder and open the HTML file in a browser, you can click through the slides and see the video, animations, etc. Is that what would happen if I built a conversion engine with aspose? I’d be able to make a player with the same user experience?
Is there a place where I’m able to upload a PPT and test things myself? similar to what you offer here, but that retains the properties of the PPT, like animations, etc (since this link only does static images)
You will be notified when a new Aspose.Slides for Node.js release with a fix is published, then you will be able to check the issue. You can also see the issue status at the bottom of the forum thread.