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PPT and MP3s to mobile friendly format?

I have a PPT and mp3s (voiceover) and getting them turned into a .swf (flash) file, this is great except it doesn't work for i-crap products.  What would be a good way to take the source files (or even the .swf file) and convert to a mobile friendly, small formatted file for easy mobile viewing?
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quizengineCommented:
Try googling "ppt to iphone" - seems to be a few solutions there.
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RobMobilityCommented:
Hi,

PPTs and Mp3s are usually supported using native viewers, media players or 3rd party tools without the need to convert.

You can consider converting the PPT to a PDF (if using Office 2007 and above, you can do it from within PowerPoint as a Save As). Alternatively, convert it to a movie in Quicktime or a similar format.

http://www.xilisoft.com/powerpoint-to-iphone-converter.html

Other options include QuickOffice, GoodReader.

You should be able to convert your MP3s using iTunes.

Regards,

RobMobiliity.
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rhwimmersAuthor Commented:
I should have been more specific...I want to merge a ppt and mp3 to a "video format" of some sort to put it on a website that is mobile friendly, so it can be viewed by iphones, droids, ms-based etc.  I have a .swf file but that obviously wont work on apple products.
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rhwimmersAuthor Commented:
Looks promising, Just trying to determine the best "universal" format for phones, and if it will work on all of them?  Also wanting to be sure its a smaller filesize so streaming isn't difficult.
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kpltechgroupCommented:
one filetype

3GP

it will act as a movie file, and be a bit larger but it will do the trick incorporation media in the ppt
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kpltechgroupCommented:
And I guess for the I-crap products go M4A, but pretty sure I-crap will do 3GP also.
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rhwimmersAuthor Commented:
I also just found out that its "similar" to a "dvd" file in that there seems to be one main .swf file but that is a "pointer" to play all the other swf files, so I can't easily convert .swf to .mp4 (or 3gp for that matter) as there are probably 50 or 60 files, each pretty small (1mb or less)?  Kind of strange?  You know of a way to go ppt and mp3 to 3gp format?
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kpltechgroupCommented:
you can 'save as' your ppt into WMV, then convert into mp4 or 3gp as needed.

Let me know if you need more help.

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