Convert your PowerPoint presentation into a Video

Social networking sites have become the part and parcel of youth's life. And Youtube probably ranks the highest among those. But people face technology handicaps to shoot and share a video. However, making a powerpoint presentation is quite easy. People can make a video out of their powerpoint presentation and can upload the same on youtube or ipod or put it in blog or on a website. These three steps guide will tell you how a presentation can be converted into a video without any hassles and free of cost. You can upload these PowerPoint video files to YouTube or transfer them to your iPod and watch them on the move. Or you can burn the video on to a DVD and watch the presentations on a large TV screen.

To get started, all you need is a copy of Microsoft PowerPoint (XP,2003,2007), the PPT file, microphone (if you want to record audio) and Internet access.

Step 1: Open your PPT presentation file inside PowerPoint and switch to Slide Show menu to setup the exact time duration for each slide. You have two choices here:

a) Use Record Narration if you want to include audio in your presentations. Record your voice as your move through the slides and say yes when you are prompted to save the changes.

b) Use Rehearse Timings for silent PowerPoint videos. This option lets you define how long a slide should display on the screen before the presentation move to the next slide.

Step 2: Now go to authorstream.com and upload the PPT file you saved in Step 1. AuthorStream is a PowerPoint hosting service where you can PPT files as large as 1 GB.

Step 3: When you are done uploading the PPT file to the web, Author Stream will convert the PowerPoint file into a MPEG4 video (mp4) that can be directly uploaded to YouTube or you can watch it on an iPod.

This process may take some time but you’ll get an email notification as soon as your PowerPoint video is ready for download from the web.

There is more - other than converting PPT to video, AuthorStream will also create a video podcast version of your presentation that can be directly imported into iTunes. This could a good opportunity for educators who have piles of PPT files on their computer that can be shared with the world.

It is all free. Visit http://www.authorstream.com/. For Help http://www.authorstream.com/help/Welcome .



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