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Sunday, May 28, 2006


The author of Wink speaks on what Wink is.

"Wink is a software tool to make presentations and tutorials about using software programs. A Wink presentation will resemble a live walkthrough about how to use the software. Also the author presentation can adds comments and explanations to parts of the presentation to explain the concepts and usage to the end user."

It's much simpler like this. Let's say that you want to teach some users to open a file in Microsoft Word. You start Wink, click Capture Now, and start using Microsoft Office. You open a file in Microsoft Office and then stop the Wink capture. Wink had already captured all of your actions on the monitor just now. Now you can edit the .wnk file, add notes to it, insert audio to explain the steps and pause between the tutorials. Once finished, you can distribute all the imported Flash file to all the users without having to teach them one by one. Easy right?

Wink functions:-

  • Cross Platform - Linux and Windows user are all blessed with Wink usage.

  • Input formats - you can capture images from your PC or you can use your own images to build your presentations.

  • Output formats - Flash is just the default output. Check out the freeware itself for more.

  • Smart Capture Tools - Capture screenshots automatically as you use your PC, or based on your mouse and keyboard input.

  • Performance quality - you decide on how big you want your output files to be. Best used for size-conscious webmasters.

  • Useful manuals - don't be afraid of Wink's interface. Check out the excellent manual for a quick start on its usage.

Start building great presentations now! Download Wink from Debugmode -

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