How to Convert PowerPoint to Video with All Original Effects People asked how to convert PowerPoint to video when they want to share it on YouTube, Facebook and so on. Or to share the presentation to people who don’t have PowerPoint (or have different versions) installed on their computers. Or to view PowerPoint on portable devices like iPad 2. When you search on Google, you may find that there are like 7 or 8 methods to convert PowerPoint to video. However, only 2 of them can preserve all the original PowerPoint effects like animations, transitions, music and video clips, etc. Here we are going to guide you stepbystep how to convert PowerPoint (PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX, etc.) to video using PowerPoint 2010 and a third party tool – Moyea PPT to Video Converter. Simply follow the steps and learn how to convert PowerPoint to video. We’ll begin with PowerPoint 2010. Use PowerPoint 2010 PowerPoint 2010 comes with many new features and saving PowerPoint as video is one of them. The following guide will show you the new feature in detail. Step 1: Open your PowerPoint presentation using PowerPoint 2010.
Step 2: Go to “File” → “Save & Send” and choose “File Types” → “Create a Video” option.
Step 3: Click “Computer & HD Displays” option and you can choose a video size from the 3 default settings: 960 x 720, 640 x 480 and 320 x 240. And if you want to add your voice in the video then you can select “Record Timings and Narrations” option.
Step 4: Now click on “Create Video” button to start saving PowerPoint 2010 to video.
Once your PowerPoint is converted into video you can watch it using any media player. Notes: 1. PowerPoint 2010 can only save your PowerPoint as WMV video format. 2. Only 3 default video settings are offered in PowerPoint 2010 and you cannot choose the video size as you want. Use third party tool – Moyea PPT to Video Converter Step 1: Download and install Moyea PPT to Video Converter on your computer with Windows Operating System.
Step 2: Click the icon to launch the program and click “Add” button to import PowerPoint files. Multiple PowerPoint files (with no number limit) can be converted to videos at one time.
Step 3: After all the selected PowerPoint files are imported, you can preview them on the right. Click “Profile” → choose an output video format from the dropdown list with more than 23 popular video formats.
4: Click “Settings” button and you will be able to adjust the detailed video parameters, like video/audio codec, video size, frame rate, bit rate, etc.
Step 5: After all the settings are done, click the “Start” button to convert PowerPoint to video.
The output PowerPoint videos can be watched on any media players. You can also publish them to YouTube or Facebook, or transfer them to iPad 2 for viewing on the way. Conclusion If you are using PowerPoint 2010, you can use the first method to convert PowerPoint to video. But for PowerPoint 2003 & 2007 users, PowerPoint 2010 users who want to save PowerPoint as formats other than WMV or view PowerPoint on portable devices like iPad 2, converting PowerPoint to video using Moyea PPT to Video Converter will be a better choice.