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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Kennethg,

Looks like you also posted this here - just connecting the threads to avoid any confusion. 

Storyline publishes a collection of files, which allows the content to progressively download elements. This means your content will have faster download and playback times. Currently, Storyline does not support publishing to a single SWF file. If you'd like to see this feature, please submit a request to our product development team.

If you need a video file, and it doesn't have to specifically be a SWF, you could try creating a screen recording of the project. I doubt that's what you're needing to do - but I figured I'd mention it, just in case. 

I'm sure some of our Heroes have found ways to work around this and implement their courses into other eLearning software. Maybe a few can chime in and give you some suggestions  :)

Good luck with the project, Kennethg!

Chris Perez

If you publish using Presenter, the output is a SWF file for each slide. You can then use an aggregation software to connect all of the SWF files together (I've done this before, so I know it's possible).

However, you won't have the navigation controls - just the content playing one slide after another, basically.