Creating a Video from Powerpoint Presentations

Powerpoint Presentations are common ways to share slides of graphs, art, words, music, and photos.  Yet some people may not be aware that Powerpoint can be easily converted to a video by following five easy steps.  The process takes a few minutes and gives you a new file in video format using your Powerpoint slides.

Here are the five steps to follow to convert Powerpoint to a video (instructions here were copied from EHow):     1)Open the Microsoft PowerPoint presentation file that you want to upload to YouTube.   Make sure that it is completely finished and free of errors.  2) Click “File,” then click “Save & Send” to load up the alternative export options.  3) Click “Create a Video” under the “File Types” list, then click “Computer & HD Displays.” Select the “Web” option from the list, then click “Create Video.”  4) Specify a location for your exported video to be saved, then click “Save.”  5) Go to the YouTube Video File Upload page (see the “Resources” section of this article) and click “Upload video.” Locate your exported video from PowerPoint, select it and click “Upload” to upload your PowerPoint presentation to YouTube.

Note:  You can upload your new video easily to Google+ or any other website accepting video files.  This ability will give you another inexpensive option for creating videos from Powerpoint.

About Douglas Wilks Photography

I am an advanced photographer who lives in western Montana. I create a variety of strong images using a DSLR, computer, and digital software. I am available for hire for full time, part time, or projects. Most of my images are of landscapes, still life, and events. I am always looking to improve my skills, network of friends and professionals, and portfolio. I look forward to creating new friends, contacts, and others who are interested in photography.
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