Presenting sound along with slides to convey more information about a presentation is not easy. Capturing the sound is easy, but giving the user random access to the sound bytes to match the slide he is viewing is difficult. If the sound bytes are sliced at the appropriate interval, and a menu is provided so that the user can navigate to any slide he wants, the presentation becomes more effective. Doing this would allow distributing the presentation for a wider audience and also for distribution using high capacity optical media. This project tries to solve this problem in a generic fashion.
Kurian, Binil, "Making presentations web ready" (2006). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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