Converting PowerPoint presentations into videos is a great way to give your speech extra engaging power. Since most people are wired to watching videos, turning your deck into another multimedia format can make your audience completely consume your content.
One of the greatest perks of exporting a presentation as a movie is that you can play videos on both mobile phones and PCs. Presentation files, on the other hand, require Microsoft PowerPoint when viewing or editing a file.
Here’s a quick tutorial on exporting your presentation into a video with PowerPoint 2013:
1. Open the PowerPoint presentation that you want to turn into a video.
a. Presentation Quality
This has the largest file size, resulting in the highest quality. If you want an HD-quality video with high-end animation, we recommend choosing this one. Your video will be exported at a resolution of 1920px x 1080px.
b. Internet Quality
c. Low Quality
The second drop-down box allows you to record timings and narrations for each slide. You can even record your own voice for your presentation’s narration.
a. Don’t Use Recorded Timings and Narrations
If you want to change how long each slide will appear, you can adjust the number of seconds in the option labeled Seconds spent on each slide.
Take note that this option will remove any and all narrations you’ve recorded for this deck.
b. Use Recorded Timings and Narrations
7. Once you’re done with these settings, click the Create Video.
PowerPoint will start converting your presentation into a video file.
That’s it! Enjoy your PowerPoint video file!
Uploading your PowerPoint file as a video ensures an audience by allowing you and other people to share and watch the video in an instant. Try this video conversion trick to make your work – and your life – easier!
“How to Save or Convert a PowerPoint Presentation to a Video.” How-To-Geek. n.d. www.howtogeek.com/214947/how-to-save-or-convert-a-powerpoint-presentation-to-a-video