If you are still using PowerPoint 2010 to create your presentations, you’ll be pleased to know you can still convert your PowerPoint to video. The process is som simple that you’ll wonder why you haven’t been doing this all along.
Whether your presentation contains just text or is a multimedia presentation with sound narration, transitions and video, you will be able to convert it into video. Microsoft PowerPoint allows you to save PowerPoint as video in Windows Media Video (.wmv) file format. If you plan for sharing your presentation as a video before creating it, you can decide whether to record the narration before creating the presentation.
Here are the steps you need to follow:
Create your PowerPoint presentation as normal and save it.
If you’re using narration for your presentation, record the narration and add timings to the slideshow.
Select the File menu and click on Save & Send.
Under the Save & Send menu, find and click on Create a Video.
Click on the Computer & HD Displays option to customise the video size and quality (small, medium and large size & quality).
Click the Don’t Use Recorded Timings and Narrations to select if you’re using timings and narrations.
Click Create Video and another dialogue box opens.
Enter appropriate filename and saving location to save your newly created video.