Extending PowerPoint with Freepath

Demo 2006: Grass Roots Software demoed a new presentation application, Freepath (the site is still not live at this writing) that lets you build a playlist by dragging and dropping elements into a composer. The software leverages PowerPoint content and also supports audio, video, PDF, Word and other data types.

Demo 2006: Grass Roots Software demoed a new presentation application, Freepath (the site is still not live at this writing) that lets you build a playlist by dragging and dropping elements into a composer. The software leverages PowerPoint content and also supports audio, video, PDF, Word and other data types. Freepath is available for $249 ($149 for the next 90 days). CNET's Rafe Needleman concludes:

This could be priceless for professional presenters and for people who are good at jumping around in their presentations, but it's likely overkill for the occasional or linear-thinking PowerPoint jockey.


 

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