Easily create slick Flash presentations for business, sales or educational uses. Simple drag and drop interface means no technical expertise is required. Publish to the ubiquitous Flash format for maximum exposure.
Powerbullet is aimed at non-technical users. If you are familiar with a basic text editor you should be comfortable with Powerbullet.
Drop in sounds (MP3 or WAV files), images (PNG, GIF, JPEG) or Flash files (SWF). Create animations on any element in the page. Create page transitions - entry and exit - with the click of a button.
Type text directly into the layout area and add color, formatting, special effects such as drop shadows and animations. Or copy text from Word or other programs and paste into Powerbullet , retaining all the formatting.
Create sophisticated color effects using transparency, gradients and overlaps.
There is no need for timelines, channels or scripting. Move items around the layout - left/right, up/down, in/out with your mouse.
Powerbullet can export the Flash movie in different modes, depending on your choice: for a standard slide-show, navigation buttons are automatically generated and added to the bottom of each page (slide). Or you can select auto-advance mode controlled by a timer. You can also synchronize a page to the the sound attached to it, so the page will wait until the sound has finished befor advancing. For kiosk use, you can select full-screen output mode, which works in practically all modern web browsers.
There are a few other handy features that make Powerbullet a cheap, simple, web-based alternative to Powerpoint, such as the timer feature. If you are giving a talk and want to synchronize the slides, you can click a record button for each page and try out your talk. The page timer will then be set to the length of your talk. Other handy features include "auto-bullet", there you can type in a list of bullet points and have them all animate in sequence automatically