Unfortunately, Director’s MOV and AVI exports are just
primitive frame by frame stage image exports and ignore all
scripts, tempo controls, and of course interactivity is lost as
Shockwave is a perfect choice for the web. As long as you
stay away from xtras that aren’t Shockwave safe (mostly those
involving file i/o) the export is simple and all the features of
your project will be retained. I don’t think Shockwave can be
embedded in Flash but it will work fine as standalone content (if
it must be integrated into a pre-existing Flash site just link to
the html container).
Director into PowerPoint is a little more problematic.
PowerPoint can link to any executable, so you could provide a link
to a standard projector but the result may not be sufficiently
integrated for your purposes. As a last resort, if your training
program is strictly linear you can convert it to video using screen
capture software like Camtasia. We have found a reasonably high end
machine can capture smooth results at about 15fps.