If you are looking forward to converting your PowerPoint Presentation to videos, then you have landed in a perfect place to look for it. But before going into any details, you should know that the process of converting a slideshow into a video differs for different versions of PowerPoint. Therefore you will need to make sure that you are going with the right approach to successfully convert a presentation into a video.
PROCESS OF CONVERTING A PRESENTATION INTO A VIDEO
1. POWERPOINT 2007
In PowerPoint 2007 there is no direct option to save a performance into a video. To achieve the task, you will need to install the Windows Movie Maker software available online. Once you have the application up and running, then you will need to save the presentation slides in.Jpeg format and import the files into the Windows Movie Maker. You can use the options given on the menu bar to convert the slides into a video format.
2. POWERPOINT 2010
If you are using PowerPoint 2010 then here is the process using which you can convert your presentation into a video.
After creating the presentation, you will need to save the file. Then you will need to click on the Create a Video option under Save & Send menu. Then go to the Computer & HD Display option to customize the size and quality of your video. Finally, click on the Create Video option that will complete your task of converting a presentation into a video file.
3. POWERPOINT 2013
Converting presentation into a video format is quite comfortable in PowerPoint 2013. All you need is to click on the File option in the Menu Bar and then click the Backstage View. Here you will find the Create a Video option-clicking on which a window will open asking for size quality and displays. Once you have set the quality and size of the video click on the Create Video option and then save it after the conversion is complete.
4. POWERPOINT 2016
PowerPoint 2016 is the latest and most advanced format of presentation available today on Windows. One can easily convert an introduction into a video either in MPEG-4 or.WMV format. All you need to do is look for the Export option in File option given in Menu Bar. Then go to the Create a Video option in the drop-down menu. It will ask for your video setting preferences such as quality and size. Once you click on the Create a Video option, it will then convert the file which you will then need to save it to your desired location.
5. PROCESS TO COVERT PRESENTATION INTO VIDEO USING MAC
Now, most of you might be using Mac computers sponsored by Apple. It certainly has features different from that of Windows. However, the process of video conversion is not a difficult task at all. You just need to follow simple steps using which you can quickly achieve your goals.
At first, click on the File option then choose the Save as Movie option. Then you will need to click on the Movie Settings options to set the quality and size of your video as per your requirement. One can also opt for slide duration option given under the Movie Settings options to create a smooth and quick transition. After completing all these tasks, click on the Save option that will start to covert the presentation into a video.
HOW TO ADD BACKGROUND MUSIC?
Most of you might be wondering, now that I have created a video how I can add background music to it? Well, it is not at all a tough task to do. It does not matter whether you are a windows user or a Mac user. You certainly will need to download tools to add background music. However, if you are a windows user, you can go with either Windows Movie Maker or Audacity. Audacity is available for both Windows and Mac users.
- At first, you will need to open your project on either of the software.
- Go the Menu Bar; there you will find Import file option.
- Click on it, choose Audio format.
- Once you select Audio, you will be able to see all the music files stored on your computer or laptop in a drop-down bar.
- Choose the file that you want to add and then click Open.
- A new track will then get added to your project which you will be able to see on the interface.
- You have now created a video file out of your presentation and added background music to it.