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. The author of the presentation can also add comments and
explanations to parts of the presentation to better explain the
concepts and usage to the end user.
This software enables users to capture screenshots, add
explanations boxes, buttons, titles etc and generate a highly effective
The basic output format of Wink is Flash.
- Creates highly compressed Flash presentations ideal for
using on the web
- Record voice as you create the tutorial for explaining
- Input formats: Capture screenshots from your PC, or use
images in BMP/JPG/PNG/TIFF/GIF formats
- Output formats: Macromedia Flash, Standalone EXE, PDF,
PostScript, HTML or any of the above image formats
- Automatic input-driven capture of screenshots
- Navigation buttons to move to next/previous/random frames
in the presentation, you can use custom bitmaps for these buttons (full
transparency/alpha channel support).
- Callouts and shapes for displaying text explanations. The
inbuilt Callout Editor is used to create custom shaped callouts
- Intuitive drag-n-drop editing of the frame, callout,
cursor, navigation buttons and the title elements.
- Advanced features like templates, cursor editing, palettes,
background images, control bars & preloaders for the flash
- Completely PC and Web ready with exports to PDF, HTML, SWF
- Innovative compression techniques applied to reduce the
filesize of output Flash file. Generated flash file plays in Flash
players from version 3 and above
- Uncompressed output to allow you import the output of Wink
into other Flash editors
- Resize frames
- Export/import the content of all textboxes and titles in a
- Export a Wink project as a PostScript (*.ps) file
- Play audio tone when capturing screenshots
- Customize screen capture hotkeys
- Multilingual support: Works in English, French, German,
Italian, Danish, Spanish, Serbian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese and
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