Movavi PowerPoint to Video Converter turns your PowerPoint presentations and slides into portable video files in four easy steps. The program’s clear and well-structured interface will transform your PPT, PPS, PPSX, and PPTX files into AVI, MPEG, MP4,MOV,3GP, or WMV video files that you can both watch on your favorite portable devices and send to coworkers and clients easily.
Structured in a wizard-like fashion, the converter’s interface requires you to take but four simple steps – input selection, presentation settings, audio settings, and output format selection. Once these four choices have been made, you can start the conversion process itself with just a mouse click. What PowerPoint to Video Converter does is playing the entire presentation as is, following the settings you chose previously in the creation process. While playing it back for you, the program will record everything that happens on the player in order to convert it afterwards into the selected output format. While watching your presentation, you can introduce slight changes into the flow of the presentation by forcing the next slide to appear before the end of the assigned lapse time. All changes that you make in real time at this stage will become part of the recording, and, therefore, will also become part of the final video.
This is roughly the only change you can make to your presentation as – regrettably – the program comes with no editing functions whatsoever. You can also select the width and height of the video frame within the selected PAL or NTSC profile selected, and add a soundtrack to your presentation from a live audio source, and that is basically as far as you can go when it comes to customizing the output video.
Living aside the nearly absolute lack of customization and editing features, Movavi PowerPoint to Video Converter is the correct tool for straightforward PowerPoint to video conversion. Just take extra precaution to make sure that the presentation you are converting is the final version, and that all the editing required has been completed during the creation process.