How to convert PPT to FLV
This guide will show you how to convert your PowerPoint to FLV file format so you can play it on computer without Office pre-installed or upload it to YouTube for sharing your great presentation online.
There are lots of reasons of converting your PowerPoint presentations as Flash videos because this is one of the most popular video formats of Adobe. Also, these are the most popular web plug-in that are widely used over the internet. There are other media players also which support FLV format. The players that support FLV are VLC player, MPlayer and QuickTime players.
FLV is a video format with small size and they don’t need much of space. This is the most used format of the internet. Many of the big video sharing website use flash videos, such as Google Videos, YouTube and MySpace. Hence converting your presentation in flash video format of FLV can be really very beneficial for you as far as sharing of the presentation is concerned. All the gadgets that are available today support the FLV format and one can easy use them for demonstration of ones presentations.
How to convert PowerPoint to Flash video format
There are few steps which one can follow to convert PPT to FLV video file.
1. Get ready
First you are required to download a PowerPoint video converter and install it on your computer.
Download PowerPoint to video converter here
2. Output format setting
Click "Add" button to import the presentation files that you want to convert. When you have done that select the FLV format from "Profile" drop down list and choose the destination where you want the converted FLV video to get saved. Also, you could set PPT layouts, video and sound settings from "Settings" option.
3. Start converting PowerPoint to FLV
Now, press "Start" button to begin converting PPT to FLV video. It will take few minutes for file converting. Once it's finished, click "Open" button to view converted FLV files.
After, you have converted the presentation in flash video. You can use this converted flash videos for viewing it on different media players. Or upload to video sharing site like YouTube.
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