Convert PDF to mpeg1 converter

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How to convert pdf to mpeg1 converter? Is there a free download for all the converter over the internet? Share a website where can I get some information. Thank you

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Answered By 0 points N/A #132819

Convert PDF to mpeg1 converter

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Good day!

It is impossible for you to convert PDF into MPEG1. PDF files are viewed as documents while MPEG1 are audio/video files. It is possible to convert PDF to other forms like .doc, .ppt, or other types of files that are designed for documents.

I hope this answered your question. Let me know if I can help you further.

Good luck!

Answered By 0 points N/A #196922

Convert PDF to mpeg1 converter

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Hey Rhonda,

PDF are text files, mpeg1 are video files. They have nothing in common and there for cannot be converted from one to another.

If you wish to convert your PDF to a picture format visit: http://docupub.com/pdfconvert/

You can always choose the “read aloud” option in the PDF if you would like to convert the text to audio.

 

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Convert PDF to mpeg1 converter

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Though it may sound weird converting a PDF file into video but it is actually possible using PDF to Video converter by A-PDF. The idea is to convert the images from the PDF file into a slideshow presentation and save it as a video in MPEG, WMV, and AVI format. To create a video out of your PDF files, first, download and install A-PDF to Video.

Start “A-PDF to Video” then add your PDF file. For the trial version, you are limited to up to three slides only. Configure the slides with different settings like background and effects, proportions, and others. You can preview your video as you configure the slides. To finalize the slides, click “Build to video” and select the format you want for the video: MPEG, WMV, or AVI.

Aside from creating a video out of your PDF files, you can also save your presentation into a standalone EXE file (.exe) or create a standalone screensaver (.scr). You can add background music to your slideshow using MP3 files (.mp3). It supports 222 transition effects with the ability to customize the length of the transition. “A-PDF to Video” supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

Additionally, A-PDF offers a 30-day 100% money back guarantee. It costs around $39 a license.

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