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Burning a DVD from Powerpoint slideshow


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I am new to Creator 2010, had 2009 before. Recently I made a presentation to about 100 people utilizing MS Office 2007 Powerpoint slideshow. The slideshow had over 130 pictures and some audio and a lot of imbedded notes on the slides. the slideshow is in the ppsx or ppsd format and I did find it in the productivity section somewhere. I found the powerpoint file but could not bring it into Creator 10.. Any help from you experts out there??? I need to burn the DVD from the slideshow to be able to watch it over the TV???

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Here is one I have used on a couple of occasions. It's a freebie with only a small unobtrusive Moyea logo in the corner. The one problem I had was that some of the audio was a little out of sync with the pictures by a couple of seconds. Also will not show PP animations. Otherwise it worked well. The logo will go away if you buy the program.

 

http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/

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I'm using Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Pro, it can preserve the slide transitions and animations, and the audio syncs with the video well.

In addition, I know another good PowerPoint to DVD converter Leawo PowerPoint to DVD, it has the same functions as Moyea but it is cheaper.

 

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