Convert your PowerPoint Presentation to Video and various other video formats
PowerVideoPoint Pro is an excellent conversion tool that helps in converting PowerPoint presentations to popular video formats. A key feature of this program is that it allows you to insert your own Video Narration on presentation slides using a Web Camera. The converted video narration plays seamlessly on the converted presentations.Download
Retains animations, transitions, narrations & special effects
Output supports AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, MPEG, iPad, iPhone, Pocket PC etc
Supports batch conversion to help you convert large no of PPT's in one go.
Please refer this tutorial link.
The output quality of conversion primarily depends on the PowerPoint presentation itself, the various effects applied on the presentation and the PC configuration. A good PC with high configuration will result in high and better output quality. Also select the Frame Rate as the highest value to get better output quality. During conversion make sure all other applications are closed and no screen-savers and anti virus software are running behind.
Yes, PowerVideoPoint Pro supports batch conversion. PowerVideoPoint Pro can convert about 15 numbers of PowerPoint presentations at a time.
Check to see if the video clip was playing fine and automatically in PowerPoint before conversion.
Though PowerVideoPoint Pro is a stand alone application, you need to have Microsoft PowerPoint 2002/2003/2007/2010/2013 to get presentations converted to Video format.
PowerVideoPoint Pro converter allows you to convert PowerPoint presentations to various video format. You can easily view your presentation via TV, DVD Player and other Portable devices like iPod, iPhone, Pocket PC, Blackberry, etc.
After conversion, the converted end files are DVD/VCD player compatible. So, when you insert DVD/VCD to any player it will start playing automatically without any problem.
Yes, in order to convert PowerPoint to video, PowerPoint needs to be installed. After you have converted the presentation to a video file, you can watch the video on any computer or other devices without use of PowerPoint.
To start with, connect the ipod, Pocket PC or Blackberry to a computer. Make sure there is enough memory space on these devices. Search for the video folder on these devices and then copy paste the converted files to this video folder. Try playing the video files on the device and check how it responds.
You can burn the earlier converted files to disc or convert the presentation again to a new location and then burn files to disc.
Before playing the converted files in windows media player make sure you have the latest version of video codecs installed.
Make sure your TV screen settings are correct and in order. Try changing the screen mode of your TV to different levels ( Normal / Zoom / Wide / Full ). Check each settings and verify which module suits the best.
The size of the converted file depends on the size of the presentation, the size of the audio / video file inserted and the properties selected for the audio \ video conversion. If the video bit rate, frame rate etc is selected as high, then the size of converted file will go up. You can set a lower bit rate for a smaller file size but the quality of the output file will be drastically reduced.
If you are a registered user of PowerVideoPoint Pro Software, you are entitled to receive all future updates of this software totally free.
Yes, PowerVideoPoint Pro supports looped presentations. But after conversion of presentation the loop function is not supported.
Before converting a PowerPoint presentation that has an audio inserted, make sure that the audio source file is saved in the same folder as the PPT file. Then proceed with the conversion process.
Yes, PowerVideoPoint Pro is capable of retaining all the PowerPoint effects applied to the original PPT presentation after conversion. No effects are lost after conversion.
As of such there is no functional difference between the two versions. The only difference being the trial version will display a watermark on all the converted videos files.
There is not much of functional difference between the two versions. The difference being that the Pro version has vast features. It supports audio narration feature, support batch conversion and support many video conversion formats. Please check the comparison here...
Please try these resolutions and convert the presentation again. Open original presentation and increase the page size of the presentation, if shadow effects is applied to text - remove the shadow effects, make sure you are using contrast colors for texts and backgrounds, verify graphic objects and texts are not combined as it may reduce the text quality after conversion.
Try this resolution and check how converted video responds now. Go to desktop\ right click\ settings\ advanced\ troubleshoot\ make sure the control level of Hardware acceleration is set to None or Low. Convert presentation again and videos should work fine now.
PowerVideoPoint Pro is compatible to work with the latest version of Windows 7 and PowerPoint 2010.
Make sure you have video playing software and codecs installed on your system and the codecs supports the video format.
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