Wasilla, AK (PRWEB) March 23, 2006
Information product authors now have a new tool that allows multimedia products to be created from existing MP3 files. Starting with an audio file, Sonic Sound Show authors are able to add text and graphics to the stream of audio. This creates a presentation that is superior to the audio alone.
Sonic Sound Show was created with one goal in mind -- give people the ability to add value to existing audio files, such as seminar recordings and audio books. "Since people retain more information when they see *and* hear information, adding visual elements to an audio file just makes good business sense," said Jay Jennings, the creator of Sonic Sound Show.
Information product creators are always looking for the "secret weapon" that will help them publish info products more quickly and easily -- Sonic Sound Show was designed with feedback from current authors to include features that really make a difference. Some features of Sonic Sound Show include the ability to display words and graphics entered by the author as well as entire web pages from the internet -- and even pop open a browser widow to show a specific site. Presentations that are displayed on the user's local computer can call to remote presentations on a web server; users can jump to different "chapters" that are created in the audio; and much more.
One feature that has big fans among end-users is the SpeedPlay option -- it allows them to listen to an audio presentation in 60% of the time it would otherwise take. And that's a boon for busy executives.
Sonic Sound Show retails for $69.95 and is available now from http://sonicsoundshow.com -- the player program and some presentations are available free from that same web site.
Starting with an existing MP3 file (or even one that is recorded fresh), almost anyone armed with Sonic Sound Show can turn it into a multimedia information product or ebook that can be distributed digitally online or as a physical product on a CD-ROM.