PowerPoint has been widely used in business. Every time when you want to show your new product to your client, when you need to hand in the quarter sales report to your boss, you will use PowerPoint. This happens often, when you finished the PowerPoint, and you need to email it to your client. Problems happen a lot in this process. For example, the music or video clips you inserted in cannot play correctly, or the PowerPoint cannot be open at all. How embarrassing it is! What’s more, how many business opportunities will slip away because of this?
Since all the computers have Windows Media Player embedded. So if you can turn the PowerPoint to a format that can be played on Windows Media Player, you don’t need to worry about the problems above. Then, convert the PowerPoint to video format, like AVI, WMV, MP4, etc. will be the best choice. More surprising is that you can retain all the elements like animations, transitions, video clips and sounds in your original PowerPoint, so the output video looks exactly the same as the original PowerPoint.
If you are using PowerPoint 2010, you can use the newly added function to directly save PowerPoint as WMV format. The output video format can only be WMV. The maximum size for output video is limited to 960 X 720. HD WMV file sizes such as 1280 X 720, 1440 X 1080 and 1920 X 1080 are NOT available.
Another method offers you with more output video formats and various video parameter customizations. Simply 3 steps, you can convert PowerPoint presentations to all the popular video formats such as MPEG, AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV and 3GP with excellent quality. After download and install Moyea PPT to Video Converter on your computer:
- Step 1.Import PowerPoint presentations into the software
- Step 2.Choose a output format, and make further customizations if necessary
- Step 3.Start the PowerPoint to video conversion
In no minute you will get the output video, and then feel free to email it to your client. You don’t have to worry about anything now, for they can simply play it with Windows Media Player!
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