Burn PPT to DVD - Convert PPT to Video
Three methods to view PowerPoint on TV
- PPT to DVD Burner Pro
- · Burn PPT to Blu-ray/DVD with Blu-ray/DVD Menu
- · Convert PPT to Video in any formats
- · Play PowerPoint presentation on TV
- · Add personalized logo on output Blu-ray/DVD
Microsoft PowerPoint is popular with most of us. So is TV. When you make an astonishing PPT presentation and would like to share with your family and friends around, you can put the PowerPoint on TV to make a visual feast. The PowerPoint TV show also gives your audience a more comfortable feel of your self-made present. Then How to view PowerPoint on TV?
Here we will discuss three main methods of watching PowerPoint on TV.
Method 1 Show PowerPoint on TV with a DVD player
It is recommended if you have got a DVD player. Burn your PowerPoint to DVD, and view the slideshow on TV with a DVD remote controller. This way does you good in distribution, for you can send a DVD copy to a friend regardless of whether he has got a PC or PowerPoint, nor the version and operation system of his computer. It also protects your PowerPoint from malicious modification.
Let's see how to burn PowerPoint to DVD using Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Pro, a versatile tool featuring customized DVD menus and fast precise conversion.
First, you should launch the Program and input a PPT file you would like to convert.
Second, Click the Options tab in the menu bar and select Standard or HD DVD as the output.
In the Norm checkbox: select either NTSC or PAL/SECAM (TV standards) that is used in your country.
As to the Folder field, please make sure that the two locations are NOT specified the same, for all the files located in working folder will be removed automatically when the process completes.
Next, you can either continue the conversion by the default parameters with PPT to DVD Burner, or make advanced settings as necessary.
Then you can do with Menu settings. A flexible function designed to spark your brilliance!
After you have set all, click the Start button to start converting PowerPoint to DVD. You will find the output DVD file preserves every dynamic effect in your source PowerPoint.
Method 2 View PowerPoint on TV via Apple TV
To watch HD slide show on a home TV, you can also employ the power of Apple TV. All you need are two steps. First, convert PowerPoint to Apple TV video (usu. in MP4 format). Please refer to PowerPoint to Apple TV for more details. Next, put the converted video to iTunes and sync it with Apple TV. The Apple TV will automatically record the video on your computer and make it available on TV. That is, you can watch perfect PowerPoint presentation on your HD TV.
Method 3 Connect your TV directly to PC
Connect your TV directly to a computer, and control your PowerPoint presentation by computer. The result won't be that satisfying. The reason is that the monitor technology of a computer differs from that of a TV, which may produce thin lines and text shimmer. It may cause stuff loss of the original PowerPoint presentation. Thus you cannot view a full presentation with this method.
Comparing the above three, we can obviously observe that Method 1 and 2 are superior to the third method in keeping the entire PowerPoint onto TV with excellent effects. Besides, the first two methods will save your time a lot as you don't need to bother yourself with technical troubles that may occur when using the third method.
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