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Is there an easy way to turn a Powerpoint into a video?

Posted on March 27, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

Is there an easy way to turn a Powerpoint into a video? I mean I want to show my work on a TV rather than a computer.
Besides, the ppt file also contains a video.

Yes, there is a very easy way to solve your problem. Just follow my tips.

First, download

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Kits

or

Moyea PPT to Video Converter

You don’t have to pay it for use providing you don’t care so much about the wartermark of the unregistered software.

It very easy to make. Just click the buttons. In addition, you can create your own style of menu using the software. Just show you the sample I made
Screenshot from my pruduction,, using PPT to DVD Burner Kits

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How do i convert a PowerPoint presentation into another form?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I want to upload a PowerPoint presentation to a web page.How can i conver it to an uploadable form?

Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter is an innovative tool designed to help you easily and efficiently convert PowerPoint presentations to almost all popular video formats such as MPEG, AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MOV, ASF, 3GP, 3GP2 with excellent quality. Ideal for trade show, digital signature, in-store displays and video podcast(upload to YouTube). With PPT2Video Converter you can distribute PowerPoint presentations anytime anywhere.
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It’s great for:

– Showing presentations without the need for powerpoint
– Distributing your slideshows to friends and colleagues
– Converting your powerpoint presentation to video file e.g. AVI WMV
– Converting your powerpoint presentation to streaming movie clip to show on the internet e.g. WMV, ASF, FLV
– Giving your PowerPoint presentation a video look
– Converting PowerPoint to MPEG-4 video to play on portable device such as iPod, Zune, iPhone, Apple TV, BlackBerry, Pocket PC and so on

Source(s):

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How do I make a song play constantly throughout my powerpoint?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

Alot of powerpoints have music playing throughot the entire show. How do i do tht? And i want the same song.

To play background music across a whole PowerPoint presentation:

1. Open the presentation you wish to use the Background Music Loop upon, or create a new blank presentation in PowerPoint.
2. Select the slide you wish to insert the Background Music Loop.
3. Select “Slide Transition” from the Slide Show menu option. A Slide Transition pop-up window should appear.
4. Select the “Sound” pull down form in the lower right hand corner of the pop-up window.
5. Scroll down to the very bottom of the form until you see “Other Sound …”
6. Select “Other Sound”. The “Add Sound” pop-up window should now appear.
7. Navigate to the Background Music Loop that you wish to use on your hard drive and select the file.
8. The Slide Transition pop-up window should appear again, with the name of the Background Music Loop .WAV file in the sound form.
9. To loop the Background Music Loop, select the tick box, “Loop until next sound”.
10. Choose “Apply” (NOT apply to all) and you should return to the original page.
11. Select “View Show” from the Slide Show menu option to hear the looped sound.

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How do I make a powerpoint into a movie that will play ALL slides automatically?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I am having trouble making my presentation into a movie. It only plays the first slide.
How do I make it a movie and have it play ALL slides?

I’m not clear on if you want to save your PowerPoint out into some sort of movie format or just have it play as PowerPoint all the way through on its own.

If just how to play automatically in PowerPoint:

In PowerPoint XP/2003, right click anywhere on the slide and select Slide Transition. The Transition palette will open up. In it, you can set whatever transition you want going into that slide (if you haven’t already). Then at the bottom where it says Advance Slide, set it for Automatically After and put in how many seconds you want it to stay on screen for. You can click Apply to All Slides if you want the same setting for all slides, or go through and set each slide’s timing individually.

In PowerPoint 2007 – basically the same thing, different location. Go to the Animations tab. Choose your transition from the icons, and set the Advance Slide settings the way I described above.

That will now play it automatically. If you want it to loop continuously, go to the Slide Show pulldown menu –> Set Up Show (in XP/2003) or Slide Show tab, Set Up Slide Show button (in 2007) and click on Loop Continuously Until Esc (ape).

Or you can use

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Kits

For help!

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How do i get video to play on microsoft powerpoint presentation?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I did a powerpoint presentation and how do i get video to play on slide when i have the slide on slide show?

Well, you can try this way:
1. Open your PowerPoint, on the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds, and then click Movie from File.
2. Click the video you want to add and then click OK.
3. After you click OK, you’ are promoted with a message asking how you want the movie to start in the slide show.

If you want to get more details about that, you can refer to this article: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/powerpo…

Hope it helps.

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What programs is the best to turn a powerpoint presentation into a dvd ?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

I have puchased DVDShow for powerpoint but the program does not work at all ! I have Sonic-MyDVDPlus ,it works fine but I cannot create the dvd to loop .Help please !

Some aspects you need to pay attention to:
1. You can not burn PowerPoint to DVD directly with out third party software, because PowerPoint is not MPEG-2 Video formats which you can burn to disc directly with common burning software like Easy Media Creator, Power2Go and so on. you need certain software to convert your PowerPoint to MPEG-2 or that software has the function of burning PowerPoint to DVD directly

2. Burn PowerPoint to DVD or disc. Commonly, there are two steps, first convert PowerPoint to a certain video format such as MPEG-2, then burn the video to disc.
And there are some software can do this at a time
Now, you need to find right software to burn your PowerPoint to DVD.
Here I recommend

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Kits

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Screenshot from my pruduction,, using PPT to DVD Burner Kits

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I made a very fantastic video with the help of

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Kits

It retained all my animations and transitions of the origional files.

Besides, I created a delicated menu which navigates me clearly through the pages.

Here is some screenshots I took from powerdvd (tatal free powerdvd download)

Just enjoy the pictures. If you’d like to create the same one as mine, you can try this

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Kits

. I bet it is your smart choice .

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How do I save a powerpoint to a flash drive with video?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I saved a project to my flash drive, but my powerpoint has videos. When I put it into a different computer, the videos won’t play. My teacher said I had to embed them, but I don’t know how to do that. Does anyone know?
first locate tvideos thant inserted in powerpoint and the powerpoint file in one folder, then reinsert the videos into powerpoint. after that, you can copy the folder to a flash drive for transfering to other computers.

alternativly, if you have inserted too many videos in powerpoint and would not like to do the reinsert job, then you should consider converting Powerpoint file to video: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-…

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Help! How can I convert PowerPoint to video?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

I want to convert PowerPoint to video files, for exaple, convert PowerPoint to AVI, MP4, 3GP video etc. to watch PPT on my computer, MP4 players without loading MS PowerPoint . And I need some tools to convert PowerPoint to video very easily. Can anyone provide me some free or cheap tool which can realize this very well?

Well, in this case I strongly recommend. It can be found in my post:

Moyea PPT to PDF Converter,free PPT to pdf converter

Chick here for free download

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What is the best powerpoint to video converter soft?

Posted on March 26, 2009. Filed under: Powerpoint Tips |

i use moyea ppt to video converter, i personally think it’s the best ppt converter.
http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-…
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Moyea Powerpoint to Video Converter is a professional tool to generate PowerPoint to Video files in any popular formats, such as PPT to AVI, PPT to MP4, PPT to VOB, PPT to MPEG, PPT to WMV, PPT to FLV, PPT to 3GP, 3G2, PPT to MOV, PPT to DV, etc. with excellent output quality but with no problem referred to audio and video asynchronization, audio distort, so that it is ideal for emailing or uploading to web, sharing by iTunes, blog or upload to YouTube, reviewing on iPod/iPhone/Pocket PC, watching PowerPoint presentation on TV, and so on.
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