Saving as a movie


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Saving as a movie

Exporting your slideshow as a movie is a great way to make videos for websites like YouTube and Facebook, burn your presentation to a DVD, as well as share material with business colleagues. When you export your PowerPoint presentation as a movie file there are several considerations you want to take into account to ensure that your movies and sounds will play back accurately. First, take advantage of the two utilities we explored in previous movies in this chapter. Go up to the File tab and click on the Info section. If your File is brought into PowerPoint 2010 from an older version of the software, look for a Convert Utility, right here at the top.

If it's here, make sure you run it, because in 2007 and previous versions, all media assets were linked instead of embedded and linked files will not export into a new movie. This utility will bring your sound and video clips into the PowerPoint file allowing accurate exporting and playback. Next, run the Optimize Media Compatibility checke...

Saving as a movie
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Saving as a movie provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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