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Porting simple Flash banners and video to HTML5 is straightforward. There are plenty of tools out there which can convert Flash animations into sprite sheets. You can also convert SWF files to video (mpeg, mp4, avi) and embed in a page using <video>tag.
The convenience of being portable without the limitations of too small a screen makes tablets the preferred choice for eLearning activities. With the influx of mobile devices, computer or Internet-based courses are no longer confined to large desktops. If the majority of your audience rely heavily on tablets and smartphones, you should definitely consider converting your course content to HTML5. Optimizing organizational training content for smartphone and tablet users is a decision that will be welcomed by your employees.
There are a few things you will need to watch out for when planning a conversion. Keep in mind that mobile devices are less powerful than desktops. Due to this limitation, computationally intensive stuff such as animated SVG filters are not supported on all mobile browsers. Use of audio can slow down your mobile web app and until there is better support for web audio you are left with using sound sprites. And finally, it is essential to test the output on all target devices—something that was working perfectly in your development machine may not work perfectly in the target device.
Having executed many porting projects, we have learned a few good lessons along the way. We can come up with a conversion strategy suited to your needs and implement it too. Get in touch with us for free consulting and estimate.