PPTmovie

PPTmovie 3.1

Converts presentations into video files
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Turn your presentations created in PowerPoint into regular videos watchable with any player. The tool outputs files in the AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MP4 formats. It also supports recording narrations or adding background music to the video files that it creates.

PPTmovie is a nice and easy solution for converting PowerPoint presentations to video.
PPTmovie
The new version of PPTmovie supports all major formats. Now you can convert PPT to AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MP4 which gives you plenty of options on how to use your videos.
- Publish your presentations online with AVI support
- Burn your presentations to a video disc with MPEG-1 support
- Create videos for playing back on a DVD player with MPEG-2 support
- Get your presentation on iPod, PSP or another portable device or mobile phone and rehearse it on the go with MP4 support
NARRATIONS AND SOUND
Record your narrations or record any music from your speakers. Please keep in mind that to record and hear sound or comments, you need a sound card, microphone, and speakers.
USER-FRIENDLY INTERFACE
- We love nice sleeky interfaces as much as you do, so PPTmovie's got nice buttons and awesome icons, enjoy.
- To make the work with PPTmovie not a hassle but pleasure we provide every element of the interface with a short description, just move your mouse over it and you will see a helpful tooltip which explains what the element does or means in a nutshell.
- Sometimes you're in a rush, and can't remember if it's 320 by 240 screen resolution or 208 by 320 or the other way around. PPTmovie has built-in list of the popular formats to keep you away from making any mistakes in your video presentation, so you can worry about more important things.
MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC SLIDE ADVANCE
We all love the freedom of choice, so with PPTmovie you can choose the favourite way to convert your powerpoint presentation. You may do it manually, by pressing "next button" each time you wish to proceed to the next slide or you may define the delay between slides in converter settings and do something more interesting with your mouse while converting.

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