It is not a good time for Windows systems. In mobile OS market, Windows systems barely occupy 2 percent share; in computer system market, Windows systems drop their shares to 80%. As a consequence, Microsoft, the software giant, tries to make a difference to the current market status with the help of Windows 8. As the most innovative and creative system ever designed by Microsoft, Windows 8 kills Start button and adds touch screen based interface. Even though users may feel confused for a certain period of time, they will certainly love Windows 8 for its beautiful interface and smooth running speed.
Beautiful Windows 8 wallpaper can make the system attractive and sexy in design while animated Windows 8 wallpaper is able to make the system eye-catching and interesting in effects. Generally speaking, customized animated Windows 8 wallpaper is always more appealing than the one downloaded online. Moreover an easy way to make animated wallpaper for Windows 8 is to set PowerPoint as animated Windows 8 wallpaper. Is the process of setting PowerPoint as animated Windows 8 wallpaper a difficult task? The answer is negative. In fact there are various ways to help users set PowerPoint as animated Widows 8 wallpaper. Here, two of those methods will be covered.
Method One: Convert PowerPoint to JPG images
Similar to Windows 7, a key feature of Windows 8 is that it allows users to make several photos as slides. After setting the transition time of each photo, they can function as animated Windows 8 wallpaper. Therefore, to set the PowerPoint as animated wallpaper for Windows 8, users need to convert the PowerPoint presentation to JPG images in the first place. Luckily, the conversion process from PowerPoint to JPG images can be easily achieved by Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
Step 1: Open the PowerPoint presentation with PowerPoint 2010. Click “File” button, choose “Save As” option and then set the output file as JPG images.
Step 2: Right click the desktop of the Windows 8, choose “Personalize” option to enter into Personalization panel and then click “Desktop Background” icon.
Step 3: Click “Browser…” button, choose the folder where the JPG images rest and then click “OK” button.
Step 4: In Desktop Background panel, choose the JPG images one desires to import, set the transition time of each photos with “Change picture every” box and then click “Save changes” button to finish the process of setting PPT as animated Windows 8 wallpaper.
Method Two: Convert PowerPoint to MPEG
A hidden function of Windows 8 is that it is able to permit users to import WMV or MPEG videos as animated desktop wallpaper. Therefore, another practical way to set PowerPoint as animated wallpaper for Windows 8 is to convert PowerPoint to MPEG video. Of course, users need to download a plugin named DreamScene Video Wallpaper to make the hidden function works. As for the conversion from PowerPoint to MPEG video, users can refer to Moyea PPT to Video Converter.
Step 1: Download and launch Moyea PPT to Video Converter, open it and then click “Add” icon to import the PowerPoint presentation for further editing.
Step 2: Set the output file as MPEG movie in the drop-down menu and then click “Start” button to begin the conversion from PowerPoint to MPEG video. Only in this way can users set the PowerPoint as animated wallpaper for Windows 8.
Step 3: Download and open DreamScene Video Wallpaper, right choose the converted MPEG video and choose “Set as Desktop Background” option in the drop-down menu. Then the MPEG video will show up as animated Windows 8 wallpaper.
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