How to Convert PowerPoint to Video
Video is a hot commodity on the web today, making clicking through slide shows less and less appealing. New tools to convert PowerPoint presentations into videos allow marketers, sales staff, and educators to breathe new life into their PowerPoint presentations. The latest round of tools not only lets you convert the slides, but they are also able to maintain animation, transitions, and audio.
Leawo PowerPoint to Video Free Edition is my top choice for quick and easy conversion with excellent results. The interface is very user-friendly, and the process is quite simple. The free edition comes with WMV and ASF formats only. You can upgrade to the paid edition if you want to output to a substantial variety of other popular formats directly. One very nice feature is its ability to record the sound directly from within the computer system, so you don’t need to have a silent room while producing videos.
Another good option is PowerDVDPoint Lite, which converts PowerPoint presentations to either DVD or Video files. One important thing to note with this program is that it records the sound output from your speakers and any room noise during the conversion process. This can be pretty handy if you want to add a voice-over or a real problem if finding a quiet place for production is an issue. If you don’t have a separate program capable of taking your video files and producing a DVD, or you want the convenience of a one-step method, this program is a good option.
Note: You will need to have PowerPoint installed on your computer to use these programs.
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