PowerPoint
  • Convert PowerPoint files into video formats.
  • Save presentation videos for mobile devices.
  • Playback converted PPT on PC, Mac, or Unix.
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Make videos from PowerPoint presentations

It’s far more elegant and persuasive to present from a video than to simply play a slideshow. And now it’s convenient, too: you can load your videos onto a USB drive, play them back using any media player on computers running Windows, OS X or Linux. You can also prepare PPT presentations for burning to DVD by saving them in a DVD-compatible MPEG format.

Save ppt files for mobile devices – rehearse your presentations on the go

Thanks to predefined settings specific to each of a long list of mobile devices, you can convert presentations to video files that will perform and display perfectly on your device. Transfer your presentations to iPhone, iPod, iPad, Sony PSP, BlackBerry, and other mobile devices so you can rehearse your presentation on the go.

Embed presentations in your blog, share them on YouTube

Prepare ppt files for publication on your company blog or on sites like YouTube, Yahoo! and more. Because most video-sharing sites don't accept ppt files, you need to convert to WMV, MOV, MPEG, MP4, 3GP, FLV, MKV or AVI to share your slideshow with the world. And now you can.

Record soundtracks for your ppt presentations

When you convert ppt presentations to video, you can add music and a voice track. Turn on the Record Sound option and choose Microphone – now you can comment on every slide when the conversion starts. To add background music, choose Speakers and start playing back the music via a media player alongside the ppt conversion.

Get video your way with flexible settings

When we created our PowerPoint-to-video converter, we concentrated on making the software user-friendly and intuitive to help you get the best results in the shortest time. Timing, slide duration, output video settings – all settings are customizable and changes right at your fingertips. You preserve the settings of the original ppt file too, if you wish.

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