PowerPoint to Video – Convert PPT presentations to video for iPod and YouTube

Posted By Frank on April 7, 2009
in Slides Showroom

Since the growing popularity of web surfing and digital portables, most of us would prefer an integrated use of PowerPoint and video. That is why we often want to insert a YouTube video into PowerPoint presentation, or convert a stunning presentation to video for iPod, iPhone, YouTube and etc.

You may find a flood of software products claiming their capability of converting PowerPoint to video, but we suggest you try before buying. One of the time-tested PowerPoint to video solutions is the one-step Moyea PPT to Video Converter.

The PowerPoint to Video converter can convert a PowerPoint slide-show into video the same way as you made it, e.g. retaining all the audios, animations and movie clips embedded in the original presentation. By converting PowerPoint presentation to popular video, it offers you a cinch to:

Upload the PowerPoint video shows to compatible sites like YouTube or MySpace

Share your PowerPoint slideshow on iPod, iPhone and other mobile devices

Showcase online the marketing presentations on your products and services

Create e-learning content out of MS PowerPoint

Publish reports with visual slideshows from PowerPoint

Embed PowerPoint presentations in your blog or website

Find, browse and download PowerPoint presentations by other people

In addition, if your slideshow is like a photo album with lot of images, convert the PowerPoint to video and burn onto a DVD with Moyea PPT to DVD Burner to watch the moving presentation on a big TV screen.

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  3. Nine Great Ways to Show Presentations Online
  4. Convert PowerPoint to DVD for Children Teaching

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