“Create a Video” in PowerPoint 2010

Posted By Simon on June 6, 2010
in Slides Showroom

It is reported that Microsoft Corp. will launch the new version of its Office in June 15, 2010, which also includes a free on-line version of the popular Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint Programs.

The launch of the free on-line versions, a crippled version of the desktop suite, is to cope with the challenge from the Google Docs program, which is used by about 4% of companies, and Open Office of Oracle Corp.

By the way, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 comes with new rich media tools, by which you can easily integrate images and video in your PowerPoint and export your presentation as a video.

With just a couple clicks to use the “Create a Video” feature, your video will include everything you already put in your slide shows: text, animations, transitions, narrations and media.

Many of you have been wondering how this is possible; it must be some kind of joke or else. However, this “Mission: Impossible” had come true for a long time by Moyea PPT to Video Converter, researched and developed by Moyea Media Corp.

Moyea PPT to Video Converter has flexible output options, considerate user interface, precise capture performance and fast speed and clear result. This all-in-one PowerPoint to Video Converter enables you to convert PPT to AVI, PPT to WMV, PPT to MPEG, PPT to FLV, PPT to MP4, PPT to VOB, PPT to 3GP/3G2, PPT to MOV, etc. By converting your PowerPoint presentation to video, it facilities the access of your PowerPoint stuff on the Web (e.g. YouTube, MySpace, Facebook and Homepage, etc.), by iTunes and blogs, with Windows Media Player, and at portable devices like iPod, iPhone, PSP, Zune, Pocket PC and Blackberry etc.

With this unique tool, which supports any batch conversion (up to 12) of PowerPoint files, you can realize the “Create a Video” feature exclusive to PowerPoint 2010 in PowerPoint 2007 or earlier versions. Here are some video samples.

Besides, the tutorial about Moyea PPT to Video Converter can be found at Tutorial of Moyea PPT to Video Converter.

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