Navigate through multiple browser-based presentations at the same time
Browser based slide show frameworks become more and more popular, offering expandability, interactivity and multidimensional navigation.
With Syncs you can now add even more flexibility to your presentations by synchronising mutiple slide shows running in different browser windows.
Not all web frameworks provide speaker notes, even with Prezi
it is only available when using the desktop app.
Syncs let you easily add notes to any presentation by running a second, synchronized slide show on your notebook display.
Need a next slide preview? Start the same presentation in a second view, step on slide forward and synchronize both views. With each navigation step, the second view will stay one slide ahead. Tada - Preview!
Add more fancy to your presentation by feeding two projector views at the same time!
Run translated versions in parallel, add captions and explanations, or just use a bigger projection space for more awsomeness - the sky is the limit! (well, actually it is the number of interfaces on your display adapter)
As an addon feature, syncs can autoplay your slideshows with configurable display time and loop point.
Syncs can be activated/deactivated for each browser tab individually by clicking the syncs icon. Activation will be indicated by a highlighted icon.
An active syncs extension will send keyboard and mouse events to all other browser tabs with active extension.
Rightclick the extension icon and choose "options" to enter syncs options to configure and operate the autoplay features and shared events.
Please refer to the option page for more details .
As Syncs just shares events between browser windows, it is widely compatible with all slide show frameworks supporting basic navigation events. Keyboard Arrow right/left (as used by presenter devices) should be available in all frameworks.
Syncs has been tested with the most popular slide show tools, such as: