Looking for App that integrates PPP with a drawing program

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  1. captsalmon

    captsalmon iPF Noob

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    My university as adopted a lecture capture program that is very limiting. If I can find an App that lets me run a PPP and draw on-top of the PPP, this would solve all of my problems.
    I have downloaded a few Apps that claim to do this, but if they do, not very well.

    So, just looking for advice on a decent app.
    peace
     
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    twerppoet iPad Legend

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    From the sounds of it, this may not be an option for you, but the best tools for annotation are for PDF files. It's easy enough to convert a Power Point (I'm hoping that's what you meant by PPP). It's a good options, as long as you don't need the file to go back to being a Power Point afterwards.

    A lot of the other students here like and use iAnnotate. There are dozens of other options with various mixes of tools and services.
     
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    zstairlessone iPad Ninja

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    I thought they meant point to point protocol and had no idea how to control a drawing over it. The power point or portable doc format make much more sense
     
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    I'm just guessing, because I couldn't make any sense out of PPP either.

    I based my guess on the other students we've had come through asking for a way to tame education's mad love affair with with Power Point.

    Which is to say, if I'm wrong, I've already got my excuses lined up. ;)
     

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