Simple self-introduction video slideshow – A stylish way to show the truest of yourself to your new pals at this back to school season
The new school year comes with the end of this wild summer 2009. Now you are heading back to school, entering into a higher grade, and will meet new faces in class, often say "Hello" to each other in the first class, by a string of self-introductions. It’s perfect that you are born an eloquent presenter. But if you happen to be a slow speaker liable to a tongue-tie before public, you need to take efforts preparing your self-introduction in advance. A pretty cool option for you shy students, particularly to you computer geeks, is to employ a compelling video slideshow to outstand yourselves in front of the new class.
What can a smart video slideshow bring?
A well-structured video slideshow can not only wow your audience, but also bring you sheer joy of creation. When you say Hello to your new classmates by a live video show with a laptop, or an iPhone projected to a white wall, they would have a deeper impression of you. If you publish the video slideshow to YouTube or Facebook, later the new pals coming to it would remind you of your special performance on the first day of the new semester.
As to self-improvement, you can get a closer look of yourself from your DIY profile, as well as exercise computer skills at making video slideshow. Because you can’t convince the audience unless you know yourself and express yourself properly.
How to make a video slideshow of self-introduction?
It’s less than a cinch to create your self-introduction video. Here I would love to suggest two methods, one for PowerPoint users, and one for students without PowerPoint on their PCs.
1. Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu
If you are using MS PowerPoint, you can compose your self-introduction slideshow there. Then use Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu, an all-inclusive PowerPoint-to-video conversion program, to convert the existing PPT presentation to video, as video makes more sense beyond a desktop, extending your profile to the live Web, a Blackberry, an iPod, an iPhone, and more. As to the content, you can include your name, age, address, likes, dislikes, hobbies, strength, etc., illustrated by animations, graphics, flash, movie clips, and backed up with a lengthy piece of light music or your very voice narration. If necessary, get some beautiful back-to-school PowerPoint backgrounds at Free Back to School PowerPoint Backgrounds
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Done your self-introduction in PowerPoint, now you can assign the conversion task to Moyea PPT to Video Converter Edu. All in 3 simple steps:
a) Install the e-Learning app, launch it, and import the presentation of your self-introduction.
b) Select an output video format, most popular as AVI, MP4 and WMV. Customize the video profile options as you specialize.
c) Click "Start" to convert to video.
Once the video slideshow comes out, hook it to from your local drive to an iPod or Blackberry, upload it to a video hosting site like YouTube, publish at popular Facebook, embed to your personal blog, and invite your new pals to visit. Alternatively, save it to a CD or USB flash drive, and take to school for a live delivery to those fresh faces.
2. Windows Movie Maker
Not a PowerPoint user? You can still make a self-introduction video since there is a helpful friend – free Windows Movie Maker. Import and assemble the sources (usu. video clips of your typical moments, pictures of your favorite sports, stars, food…) of your self-introduction into Windows Movie Maker. Edit all the elements into a story video with a beginning, middle and end. Use titles, transitions, sounds to make the "TV-style" video enjoyable.
When your self-introduction video slideshow is ready, you can do as described in the first method to share with your new classmates. Enjoy video inspiration, enjoy new school year!
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