Upgrades & Patches

This upgrade page contains details of the latest release version.

Available below are upgrade patches and packs to ensure you have the latest version of your TalkingSlide product installed. A version history is included so you can better understand the new features added or issues solved within a specific release.

Official Release Version: TalkingSlide v1.1

TalkingSlide Upgrades

TalkingSlide from v1.0 to v1.1
TalkingSlide Standard Edition 1.1. patch to upgrade from version 1.0
Format: .exe (3.8Mb) Last updated 11st June-2004

TalkingSlide Version History

  • Added; Allows users to import a web page as a slide
  • Added; Export to exe file
  • Added; Allows users to import PPT file (Microsoft Office PowerPoint Project file )
  • Added; Voice Morphing
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<font color="#CCCCCC" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"> <p><CrazyTalk is an innovative and easy-to-use software tool for creating animated talking messages from any still digital image or digital photo. Images are brought to life by morphing and appearing to lip-synch with recordings of your own voice, imported audio files or text messages. Messages can be sent as animated greetings cards, instant talking messages, sent as talking email or as an interactive web assitant or virtual host></p> <a class="link_ts" href=""><View our Talking Image Gallery></a> <a class="link_ts" href=""><Download free trial of CrazyTalk Home Edition or CrazyTalk Web Edition></a><br> <a class="link_ts" href=""><View the CrazyTalk features which help to make your images talk by morphing and lip-syncing></a><br> <a class="link_ts" href=""><View the CrazyTalk Showcase which shows examples of how CrazyTalk can be used as an interactive host on your web site></a> <p><CrazyTalk Web Edition has all the features of the Home Edition with the addition of being able to create interactive talking content for your web site. Talking messages can be exported using .wmv & .rm streaming media formats which can be directly published on your website or imported into tools like FlashMX. For truly interactive content the ActiveX web player can be controlled by JavaScript giving you the ability to react to user driven events.> </p> </font>