Powerpoint to Video Converter
Convert PowerPoint File to Video with Ease!
PowerPoint presentation is generally used by people as a digital aid when they are presenting their topic in front of anyone. PPT consists of one or more slides containing text, graphics and other information and thus PowerPoint to video converter is software that provides distinctive solution to convert PPTs to video in all HD/SD video formats.
There are several formats for converting PPTs to video such as AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV etc. ‘Express Convert’ form is the fast technique for conversion of PPT to video without having any sound and effects.
Presenting a video is more stylish and convincing rather than playing a slideshow. Now a day it is suitable since we can load in USB drive and can play anytime from media player on computers having Windows, OSX and LINUX. By saving in a DVD-compatible MPEG format we can organize PPT presentations for burning to DVD.
Make PowerPoint into video for Multi-media players
Play PowerPoint videos on computer, multimedia devices and even on internet browsers
PowerPoint on Portable Digital Players - Convert PowerPoint files to MPEG-4 videos to watch them on your iPhone, Blackberry and iPod.
PowerPoint on HD Devices – 1080p HD- video formats are also supported
PowerPoint on the Internet – Also share your PowerPoint videos on YouTube, Your Blog, Google video or other video sharing site by just converting PowerPoint into FLV format.
3 Ways to convert PowerPoint presentations
Convert PowerPoint to video format: remove effects, record and reserve all elements.
Convert PPT files normally with all slide Elements Preserved - Maintain all slide elements which include animation, sound effects, transitions and slide show playback settings when converting presentations to video files normally.
Create PPT Video with Express Convert way - The Express Convert way is the quickest way to convert PPT into video with animation and sound effects removed.
PowerPoint Video Output Customization
Adjust settings and parameters for a customized PowerPoint video
Optimize PowerPoint video - Add background music or sound effects for a personalized presentation video.
Multiple Output Solution - Create as many output videos with different settings to play them on different devices.
Set Output parameters - Video quality, frame rate and other parameters enables you to create a custom presentation video.
Handy Preview, High Compatibility, easy to use
Presentation slide preview, rich input formats and easy to use interface
Preview slides - Preview your presentation slides one by one.
High compatibility with PowerPoint Versions - - Support all presentations made by Microsoft PowerPoint XP, 2007, 2003.
Simple to use - No need to learn the terms in coding or multimedia editing.
How to convert PowerPoint to Video —
Start the PPT to video converter pro software
Add PPT File(s) - Drag and drop PowerPoint files into file list or click “Add PPT file button or go to file menu to add PPT file
Select Output Format - Check the PPT file you want to convert, select output profile, and adjust parameters and time interval.
Software Specification --
|Output Device supported|
Pod, iPhone, PSP, BlackBerry
|Input File Formats Supported|
ppt, pptx, pptm, ppsx, pps, ppsm, potx, potm, pot
Output File Formats Supported
Video :AVI, FLV, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, MOV, MPEG-2, H.264, MPEG-4, HD AVI, HD H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, HD MOV, HD MPEG-2 TS, HD WMV, HD MOV
- OS: Microsoft® Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Vista, Windows 7
- Processor: 750 Mhz Intel/AMD processor or above
- RAM: 512MB RAM (1GB or above recommended)
- Free Hard Disk: 2GB space or more (50MB space for installation)
- Graphics card: Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher
- others: Windows-compatible (WHQL Certified) sound card recommended
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You can receive the license code immediately after you paid.
- Activated full version without time limitation.
- Free technical support for lifetime.
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