Converting Flash elearning –

5 steps to get started

Still using Flash elearning content? With December 2020 looming it’s time to get expert advice and a plan in place. But don’t panic – our team has helped all sorts of customers migrate legacy Flash content to HTML5 – here they share how to get the ball rolling.

It’s hardly news that at the end of 2020 Adobe will cease support of its Flash Player.

Most websites stopped using Flash long ago. Many elearning production houses stopped making new content with Flash some time ago too: Can Studios moved away from working in Flash back in 2015.

But as online courses tend to have a longer shelf life than websites, there’s still plenty of elearning out there that relies on Flash – even now.

We’ve helped clients of all types and sizes convert Flash elearning into HTML5. Five key questions have guided finding the optimum solution for each of them – whatever their business, their budget and their training objectives.

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Converting Flash elearning –
5 steps to get started

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