4 Methods to Convert PPTX to Video for Viewing on Portable Devices and Websites

We cannot deny that Microsoft PowerPoint was, is and will be the most popular presentation tool in the world. In the past years, it has helped millions of people to do their work – whether they are businessmen, governors, teachers, students or common people.

Microsoft brings trouble to itself and its users ever since PowerPoint 2007. The PowerPoint formats have changed, with an “X” as the suffix, like PPTX, PPSX, POTX, etc. Lots of people have asked: “How can I play my PPTX presentation on the school computer with PowerPoint 2003 installed?” “How can I view PPTX file on my iPad 2?” “How can I share my PPTX slideshow on YouTube?” Even viewing PPTX on older PowerPoint versions becomes a problem, let alone watching PPTX on portable devices or publishing on websites.

The once and for all solution is converting PPTX to video and even Microsoft has realized that. This guide shows 4 methods for Microsoft users to convert PPTX files to video for viewing on portable devices and websites.

Method 1: Save PPTX as video using PowerPoint 2010

Free if you have already upgraded to PowerPoint 2010. The advantage is that you can directly save your PowerPoint presentation as video. The disadvantage is that you can only save PPTX as WMV format with 3 default video sizes: 960 x 720, 640 x 480 and 320 x 240.

PPTX to video using PowerPoint 2010

Method 2: Save PPTX as video with Windows Movie Maker – Free

Step 1: Save PPTX slides as images JPG, PNG, GIF images.

PPTX to video using Windows Movie Maker

Step 2: Import the images to Windows Movie Maker.

PPTX to video using Windows Movie Maker

Step3: Select all the imported images and add them to Storyboard.

Step4: Add background music and video effects to the slides.

Step5: Save the slide show as Movie File.

PPTX to video using Windows Movie Maker

The effects like animations, transitions, music and video will not be retained after saving PPTX slides as images, so you need to add the effects again in Windows Movie Maker.

Method 3: Convert PPTX to video online – Free

Converting PPTX to video online without downloading any software is a good idea. Take www.zamzar.com for example, it allows you to upload your PPTX file from local drive and select a video format you need. After the conversion is finished, it will send the URL to your Email so that you can click to download. However, it has the limitation on the file size and many of the animations in your PowerPoint will disappear.

Method 4: Convert PPTX to video with PPTX to video converter

Converting PPTX to video using PPTX to video converter is recommended for it supports multiple PowerPoint versions and output video formats. For PowerPoint 2010 users, what if you want to save PPTX as MP4 video? PPTX to video converter is your choice.

Among all the software that can convert PPTX to video, Moyea PPTX to Video Converter is recommended. It is a user-friendly application that converts PPTX to video with powerful functions and at super-fast speed.

Moyea PPTX to Video Converter

Moyea PPTX to Video Converter convert PPTX to much more video formats than the above 3 methods like PPTX to AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, MPEG, MOV, MKV, 3GP, etc. while keeping all the original effects. Besides, you are allowed to edit the output video parameters like video/audio codec, quality, video size, bit rate, frame rate, etc.

Once you have converted PPTX to video, you can view your PPTX presentation easily on your portable devices and share on websites. You can break the limitations of PPTX files and large number of people will enjoy your PPTX presentations online. Sounds great? Why not have a try and enjoy!

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