Have you heard of the Swiff Point Player?

I hadn’t until reading Jake Ludington’s newsletter this week. Here’s what Jake says:

Adding a Flash movie to a PowerPoint presentation typically requires some custom VB scripting in order to successfully control playback during a slideshow. Swiff Point Player makes the process easier for SWF files, adding a custom button the Insert menu in PowerPoint to automatically add any SWF file to your PowerPoint presentation. Using Swiff Point Player, you get seamless Flash playback in your PowerPoint slides, similar to what you get with other standard video formats like AVI or WMV. If you need to playback an FLV file, like the ones served on YouTube, you’ll still need to convert the file or get some custom programming done, but if you want to add some eye-popping SWF graphics or a SWF movie to a presentation, Swiff Point Player has you covered. It should go without saying that PowerPoint is required. [Windows 2k/XP $0.00]

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Integrity Media is launching a Christian mobile service called MWorship that provides daily devotions, insights, videos, ring tones, and a vast range of inspiring content directly to mobile phones. Integrity partnered with Sony BMG Music Entertainment and trusted ministry resource content providers, such as FamilyLife, Focus on the Family, The Gospel Music Channel, Integrity Music Group, LifeWay, and Provident Music Group. Now you can get your mobile worship on!

Greg Atkinson

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