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    Convert Powerpoint to Flash or any video format

    Does anyone know of any open source or freeware software that will convert powerpoint files to a video format such as flash?


    Wes

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    i think techsmith snagit can do this, you can get a older version for free or you can download a trial.

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    Try this from teachertube.

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    openoffice impress will save powerpoint as a basic slideshow flash.
    File>export>filter> SWF

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    how about a screen capture bit of software, that is free and will convert anything on your screen to an AVI file that you can then convert to a smaller file? Keeps all the effects and timings ect.

    http://camstudio.org/

    It will take a little getting used to but it works great!

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    http://wykeregisjun.co.uk/camstudiodemo.wmv

    low res proof of concept. Full res is lossless. Works a treat.

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    Google docs, then publish it then you can emebed it on a webpage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyw View Post
    Does anyone know of any open source or freeware software that will convert powerpoint files to a video format such as flash?

    Wes
    I know a tool that converts powerpoint presentations into any video format supported by your system so that you can instantly create AVI, ASF, WMV, MPEG, VOB, MP4, a flash files in SWF format, Animated GIF and burn your presentation to DVD... It's Presentation To Video Converter...

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    *cough* Keynote

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    btw, if you need link....

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