Shenzhen, China (PressExposure) May 20, 2009 -- I don't mean a simple patchwork of slide images onto iPod. Rather, what I mean is to put a whole PowerPoint slideshow to the iPod, without any loss of dynamic animations or recorded narrations.
Expecting your presentation to go on as sleek as a movie on the iPod, you can choose to convert PowerPoint to an iPod ready video. MS PowerPoint has a set of Save As options, like HTML and PDF, yet it doesn't support a Save As iPod Movie function. Nevertheless, that doesn`t matter, while you can take some standalone conversion apps like a PPT to iPod Video converter ( http://www.flv-flash-converter.com/powerpoint-to-video/wondershare-ppt-to-video.html ). The PowerPoint to iPod converter is really a two-click option, never bothering you to those complicated yet vain techniques.
Here is the exact practice:
First, download a copy of PPT to iPod video converter( http://www.flv-flash-converter.com/powerpoint-to-video/wondershare-ppt-to-video.html ) and install it on your computer.
Go to the download center of Moyea PPT to iPod Movie, and pick a trial or a registered copy. It is recommended that you try the free demo to test its effect. If the program works well with your OS, then you can consider installing a full version on your PC.
Second, input one or more PPT file(s) that you would like to convert to iPod movie.
Click Add to import a PowerPoint file (PPT, PPS, PPTX, and PPSX) to the converter.
Make sure the Style has been set to âiPod Movieâ.
Finally, start converting after every essential is well set. Customize the conversion parameters, e.g. watermarking the movie, adjusting video quality, inserting background music or your own narration, if it is necessary. Otherwise, simply click Start to begin the conversion.
When an iPod movie comes out, it`s easy to hook it onto your own iPod. The sounds, animations, and your recorded voice narration can play as well on the iPod as you deliver the same PowerPoint presentation with a projector. Moreover, you can upload it to your blog or YouTube, making it quickly available to your friends and readers.