Holiday E-Learning, Simpler with New Moyea PowerPoint to Video Edu

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Recent upgrade of the E-learning app Moyea PowerPoint to Video Edu kicks off at the very beginning of New Year 2010, boasting new support for converting PowerPoint 2010 learning content to 22 other video formats than WMV.

Shenzhen, P.R. China — January 6, 2010– Moyea Software (http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com), a dedicated developer of multimedia conversion tools, announced on Wednesday the launch of PowerPoint to Video Converter Edu 1.2, offering instructors and learners the ease to enjoy a PowerPoint-based courseware in lossless video on the Web or a portable like iPhone during this winter holiday. According to the company, the educational PowerPoint to video converter adds in support for the latest PowerPoint 2010 beta, and a Choose PowerPoint Version tab that allows school users to select an installed PowerPoint version for conversion.

With the PowerPoint to Video Converter, the learning staff can now have any 2000 or later PowerPoint presentations posted on YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, blogs and any other website available, which will deliver efficiently to other teachers or classmates in distance. The tool offers up to 23 video file formats for their PPT files, including ASF, AVI, DAT, DV, FLV, MOV, MP4, MPG, 3GP, 3G2, TS, VOB, WMV, RM, RA, MKV, MKA, Wii AVI, Wii MOV, NDS DPG, NDS DPG2, NDS DPG3 and NDS DPG4, suitable to a number of video hosting web services as well as dozens of mobile devices like iPhone and Blackberry. Besides, audio output is available, e.g. *.aac, *.ac3, *.mp3, *.wav, *.wma, etc., for learners who would like to extract a sound from a PowerPoint presentation.

The multi-lingual GUI set in 7 most common languages as French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simple and Traditional Chinese, seems sweet to a learner with certain language disability. The e-Learning app presents a unique solution to complicated PowerPoint files that contain a jam of dynamic elements like music, movie, animation, flash and hyperlinked objects like pictures, which preserves everything from the original without bothering to packing to another computer. The New Year’s first version supplements a Convert under Which Version function, nice for those who will convert a presentation on a PC with 2 or more PowerPoint versions.

Learners with PowerPoint 2010 beta can enjoy a variety of video slideshows via Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu, beyond WMV by the authoring tool itself. No matter online or on the go, sharing a holiday PowerPoint presentation among students is easier than before with the smart conversion app.

Pricing and Availability
Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu Edition 1.2 works well on Windows 7/XP/2000/NT/Vista. For Christmas and the New Year, it is discounted from $35.95 (US) to $29.95 per license. Registered customers are granted with free lifelong updates of the product and the first priority to technical support. For bulk buyers of 5 or more licenses, bigger volume discounts are available respectively.
More information on Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu Edition, go to the product page http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-video-education/

Related Links
Product page: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-video-education/
Direct download: http://www.moyeamedia.com/download/ppt2video/ppt2video_edu_setup.exe
E-mail: support@dvd-ppt-slideshow.com

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