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Converting Powerpoint into a video format


pam_mortensen

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I have a friend that did a Powerpoint presentation and would like to convert it so it can be burned to a DVD. Can this be done? If so, how? I am not familiar enough with Powerpoint to answer this question and figure one of you might have the answer. I should add, she can get it to play on Quicktime.

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I'm surprised re: Quicktime. All the slides need to be "saved as" jpeg images - one of the options -- and those images used in VideoWave. The issue is that anything like text builds will not work. There is other software to do this. I haven't tried any but here is more information. They used Camtasia but I think SnagIt would work also. Both are from TechSmith Software. That's what I used to capture the screen video in the demos. I think both have a trial version.

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