PowerPoint presentations in Windows Media Player

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What should I do if I want to view my PowerPoint presentations as a video clip in Windows Media Player?

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PowerPoint presentations in Windows Media Player

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  • Open your presentation using MS PowerPoint, then click File and Save As.

    • From the dropdown menu, select JPEG File Interchange Format.
    • Click on Every Slide if you want to export every slide presentation or you can opt for Current Slide Only.
    • A confirmation message when all of your slides were saved in the directory you’ve chosen will appear, click Ok.
    • Now, go to Windows Movie Maker, select File and Import into Collections.
    • Find the directory where your slides were saved, select all the images, then click Import.
    • Drag the clips to the storyboard, make necessary changes (effects, duration, transitions, or even add audio/video).
    • Once your presentation is finalized, go to Finish Movie and Save to my computer.
    • Enter a file name of your saved movie and choose a directory for your file, then click Next.
    • Select Best quality for playback on my computer, then click Next.
    • Wait for your movie to finish saving.
    • Find the directory of your saved file and double click to start watching using your Windows Media Player.
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PowerPoint presentations in Windows Media Player

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Dear Caldwell,

If you need to view your PowerPoint Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player, Please use below guidance.

It'll be more important for you.

1. Open your saved iMovie project.

2. Then from iMovie's share menu, select Export using QuickTime.

3. A new window will open. Name your movie and choose the folder where you'd like to save it. From the Export dropdown, select Movie to DV Stream.

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4. After the saving process of the movie completed iMovie by selecting Quit from the iMovie Menu.

Use Xilisoft Video Converter to convert your movie to a power point friendly mpeg-1 file:

1.Open xilisoft by clicking on the xilisoft icon in the dock at the bottom of the screen.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

2. With xilisoft open, click the Add Files button.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

3. Select the.dv file you exported previously,then click Open.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

4. From the Profile list, select Common Video and Mpeg-1 Movie.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

5 From the Video Size list,select 640/480.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

6 Choose your Destination folder.

7 Click the green Go button.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

Copy and insert your converted clip into PowerPoint for Windows.

1. Create a folder which contains both your PowerPoint presentation and any embedded movies as separate files to keep the required linked relationship between both PowerPoint and multimedia files.

Power point Presentation as a video clip in Windows Media player

2. The movies clip is now ready to be inserted into your PowerPoint for Windows presentation.

This will be a clear guidance for you. If you need more details, Please use below link.

https://www.hsl.virginia.edu/services/howdoi/hdi-movie_convert2.cfm

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