How to Convert PowerPoint to Video?
There are many ways we can choose to export PowerPoint to video if we want to. Basically I suggest using like Moyea PPT to Video Converter to convert PowerPoint to video. Later, I will also tell some methods.
Method A: Moyea PPT to Video Converter
Step 1: Free download and install, run the program and add PPT file.
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Step 2: choose an output video format and set the video codec, video size, bit rate, etc as you need.
Step 3: start conversion and we’ll get the video out of PowerPoint easily.
All your PowerPoint original elements like animations, transitions, video clips, sounds, fonts and languages will be preserved. Besides, the output video format is abundant; almost all the popular video formats are supported. Great, isn’t it?
Method B: Windows Movie Maker
Step 1: Save your PowerPoint slides as images like JPG or PNG in Microsoft PowerPoint.
Step 2: Import these pictures into Windows Movie Maker and make a video.
All the original elements will lose and you need to edit it again using what Windows Movie Maker provides.
Method C: Online PowerPoint sharing websites
The PPT sharing sites like authorSTREAM.com and DocStoc.com enables you to display PowerPoint presentations online. However, technically, the PowerPoint you upload to these sites is not in PPT format anymore, indeed they have automatically convert PowerPoint to MP4, FLV or other video formats. That’s why we can use these websites to export PowerPoint as video.
The output video format is limited and you cannot adjust the video parameters yourself.
Method D: Only for PowerPoint 2010 users
PowerPoint has added a new function; with it we can directly save PowerPoint as video format. But the video format can only be WMV and the video size can only be 960×720, 640×480 or 320×240.
You need to have PowerPoint 2010 first. Besides, the output video format and video size is limited.
Method E: Screen recorder
If you have the budget, you can use a screen recording application like Camtasia Studio to record PowerPoint presentations as video on your desktop.
This will take you lots of time and the recorded video is quite large, you’ll need to use video converter to edit the video to reduce the size.
Ok, after viewing the 5 methods of converting PowerPoint to video, which one do you prefer? Personally I’d prefer the Method A, for it the easiest and has all the solutions we want.