Moyea Reveals New Release of PowerPoint to DVD Burner Edu 1.2

Posted By Frank on December 8, 2009
in Product News

Press Contact: Steven
Moyea Software Co., Ltd.
contact@dvd-ppt-slideshow.com

Moyea renews PPT to DVD Burner Edu 1.1 to Version 1.2 – the E-Learning DVD and video slideshow creator, now available with more powerful DVD menu authoring system and full support for PowerPoint 2010 beta.

Shenzhen, P.R. China — December 7, 2009 – Moyea Software (http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com), a dedicated developer of multimedia converters, media players, accelerators for PowerPoint, DVD, Video, Flash and PDF, now reveals the release of PPT to DVD Burner Edu 1.2, the Educational DVD and video presentation creator with refined DVD menu system, rectified video coding capability, and novel support for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 beta.

"As main PowerPoint users, teachers and students, as well as business professionals, cannot ignore the upcoming Office 2010." Said Steven, CEO of Moyea Software. "To measure up for their new-born needs, we are upgrading the entire line of presentation converters, including the educational assisting tool – Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Edu, to be compatible with PowerPoint 2010."

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Edu converts school PowerPoint files to polish DVD and video without loss of original effects like sound and animation, making it a breeze to broadcast courseware on a different computer, and even on a TV set with DVD player. To do more for teachers and students, it records a narration, absorbs a logo, and frames an academic DVD menu during conversion.

Distinct Features of Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Edu 1.2:

1. Refined DVD Menu System
The new PowerPoint to DVD Burner Edu fixed the issue that some built-in DVD menus weren’t able to work correctly on certain DVD players. In addition, it refines the DVD menu production system with easier operation for users.

2. Rectified Video Encoder
No "memory leak" bug. The video encoding system in the educational program forges ahead to give users faster and defter presentation conversion.

3. School DVD Theme Menus
It offers 7 styles of DVD menu templates for TV playback with a remote control.

4. Support PowerPoint 2010
Files made in PowerPoint 2010 beta (Last released in November, 2009) are now supported input in Moyea PPT to DVD Pro 3.5. Users of the beta version can experience conversion of a PowerPoint 2010 presentation to DVD and video.

5. Supports Windows 7
The educational PowerPoint to DVD Burner has been tested to work on the latest Windows 7 PC.

6. Convert PowerPoint to Video in 23 Different Formats
It has 23 video output formats for an E-learning PowerPoint file, including ASF, AVI, DAT, DV, FLV, MOV, MP4, MPG, 3GP, 3G2, TS, VOB, WMV, RM, RA, etc.

7. Mark Edu PowerPoint Content with Personalized Logo
It allows a teacher or student lecturer to add his/her own logo to a converted DVD/video, making it safer to manage PowerPoint courseware.

8. Preserve Animations, Sounds, Movie Clips and other Dynamics

Pricing and Availability

Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Edu Edition 1.2 runs well on Windows 7, Windows XP/2000/NT/Vista. Regular price as $75.95 per license, it is now $55.95 for Moyea Black Friday Deal. For details of the promotion, go to the page http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/promotion/thanksgiving.html
For more info on Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Edu Edition, please refer to the product page
http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-dvd-education/

Related Links
Download link: http://www.moyeamedia.com/download/ppt2dvd/ppt2dvd_edu_setup.exe
E-mail: support@dvd-ppt-slideshow.com

Related posts:

  1. Moyea Publishes PPT to DVD Burner Pro 3.5 with New Support for PowerPoint 2010
  2. Windows 7 is A Welcome to Moyea PPT to DVD and Video Family
  3. Moyea Launches Black Friday Promotion Cutting HALF Price to PowerPoint to DVD and Video Converters

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