Exporting a slideshow as a video is a great way to share or distribute it on websites like YouTube and Facebook, as well as to share material with friends and colleagues who might not have PowerPoint installed on their computers. But everyone should have an app on their computer that can play a video file. This video explains the options for converting your PowerPoint into a video file.
- [Instructor] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow,…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Today we're looking at how…to export a PowerPoint presentation as a video.…Exporting a slideshow as a video…is a great way to share or distribute it…on websites like YouTube and Facebook,…as well as to share material with friends and colleagues…who might not have PowerPoint installed on their computers.…But everyone should have an app…on their computer that can play a video file.…To start, have your presentation open,…go to the file tab, and here, click export.…Then choose create a video.…
Note here that your video will take advantage…of all of your recorded timings, narrations,…laser pointer gestures, animations, transitions,…and multimedia.…Basically the more automation you add to your slideshow,…the more of a movie you'll already have created…when it comes time to export this file.…To learn how to add these automation elements…to your presentation,…be sure to check out our course,…PowerPoint Essential Training.…All right, so first choose the resolution…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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