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    Powerpoint, video sync

    Hi all,
    I'm looking for software we can use to create a video of a guest lecture we had. We ideally want to show the power point slides (or the speaker) as a picture in picture type thing. We could use producer to do this but that rather limits the viewing potential, we'd like something that can output as flash so we can use a web-based player.....

    Any suggestions ideas? I'm sure this is possible will full on video editing software but I'd ideally like to not have to go that extreme (perhaps I have no choice?)

    Cheers
    Jona

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    I've done a similar thing with Camtasia.

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    If you record it from a dv cam then you can import the footage with movie maker and edit it then something like Convert Video Files AVI MPEG MOV To Macromedia Flash SWF to convert it to a flash object?

    Ben

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    Just to post a follow up on this Camtasia seemed to do exactly what I wanted. It will accept a picture in picture video feed next on a powerpoint show (I had to run through the show timings manually but in future could record it live).

    It also exports to a web based flash player. Separating the video based on markers seemed to produce better performance (although I'm not sure how it effects buffering).

    Cheers guys
    Jona

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