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PowerPoint 213 - In PowerPoint click File click Export click Package Presentation for CD and then click Package for CD . Save your presentation to a CD s PowerPoint 21 - Click the File tab. Click Save & Send click Package Presentation for CD and then in the right pane click Package for CD . Package a presentation for CD s When you copy your Microsoft Office PowerPoint 27 presentation to a nCD a network or a local disk drive on yourputer Microsoft Office nPowerPoint Viewer 27 and any ed files (such as movies or sounds) nare copied as well . Copy a presentation to a CD network or local disk drive The Package for CD feature in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 23 allows nyou to copy one or more presentations along with supporting files onto an CD. The Pack and Go feature in PowerPoint 97 makes your presentation ready to view on anyputer.
Can you have a video of you at the bottom of the screen while you are presenting a PowerPoint show? Oh you mean for a remote asynchronous presentation situation? You could conceivably do that in PowerPoint but it would be quite a lot of work. There are tools out there that make it really easy to do just that. I use Adobe Presenter a lot. They contain a module called Adobe Presenter Video Express which allows you to film yourself as you present and it records the video of you presenting on one video channel and the presentation on another channel. Then you can cut back and forth as you like during editing. It pretty neat. Adobe Presenter Video Express - Wikipedia s Of course there are others - Camtasia etc.
For that particular case I would use Virtual Dub because at some extent you can save the segment without rpressing it keeping the video with the original quality and proportionally smaller. The only problem is that it can only work with some video formats. But there are a lot of free programs. Just google this terms free video trimmer and see what program suits your particular needs.
Zentation and VCASMO have free options. If you stick to audio only you can do it in PowerPoint itself (add a narration and set automatic timings).
PowerPoint 21 213nBefore you think of creating a video of your PowerPoint presentation you might want to make sure things are happening right at the time you want them to happen. For this you need to -n1. Rehearse Timings Slideshow - Rehearse TimingsnIn this step you set your animation and slide timings the way you want them to appear in the final video. The rehearse timings feature will also record your animation timings but it won't record any clicks to audio objects or hypers. 2. Save the timings After step 1 obviously you'd want to save the timings you've generated for your presentation. 3. Save the video File - Save As - WMV (64x48 PowerPoint 21) and MP4 (128x72 PowerPoint 213). The final aspect ratio and frame size of your video depends on your presentation slide size too. If you want to add audio to your presentation e.g. a narration you can first record a narration while looking at the slide then rehearse timings listening to your own narration so as to sync the timings properly and then export the presentation as a video. Once you get the video simply merge the audio file using any simple video editing program. For PowerPoint 27 and 23 there are several tools available but I am not sure if they do the job well.
There are two ways that I have personal experience of creating a video from a PowerPoint presentation. Export Video From PowerPointn In PowerPoint do File Export Create a Video . Microsoft has a piece of useful information here on how to do it Turn your presentation into a video s . One other option if you want more than just the raw video is to use our service SlidesToVideo s to convert your presentation into a video with a narrative voice. Just add speaker notes to each slide and the service will transform these notes into voiceover for your presentation video. We offer a free trial if you want to play with it. Other options nIf you google a bit you'll find more resources like Top 1 PowerPoint to Video Converters s . But since I haven't tried them myself I can't tell you how good they are.
If the video in question is hosted on the web say on YouTube or Vimeo and you will have internet access during your presentation the process can be super easy using the LiveSlides PowerPoint add-on () which was created by thepany I work for. Basically you just have to copy and paste the video URL into the LiveSlides add-on in PowerPoint and a slide with your video already will be created. Detailed Steps This assumes you already have LiveSlides installed and have copied the video share URL In PowerPoint click on the LiveSlides tab in the top right ribbon. Youll see a placeholder image in the slide. That perfectly okay. When you go to full screen presentation mode the video will automatically load and display. ordered-list The really cool thing about LiveSlides is that this process works for any web content. You can Vine videos Twitter feeds Prezi stories etc. pretty much the same way.