PPTmovie: The Indezine Review

Created: Thursday, May 10, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:54 am

It’s very often that users ask for an option to save their PowerPoint presentations to a movie format. And with media distribution options multiplying each day, this is one area that’s a sore point with PowerPoint users since PowerPoint for Windows does not provide this ability unlike its versions on the Mac. PPTmovie, a new product that I am reviewing today allows you to convert any PowerPoint presentation to one of the several video formats it supports — these output formats allow you to burn your presentation to a CD or DVD and and play it back on a DVD player. You can also make your presentation-movie available on YouTube or another video sharing site, or transfer it to a portable device such as iPod, PSP, or mobile phone.

Read the review here…

Categories: add-in, movies, powerpoint

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