An application that provides users with the possibility to convert their PowerPoint files to DVD movies or to various other video formats
|Updated||Jul 19th 2017|
Wondershare Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||18.3 MB|
Just like its name suggests, Wondershare PPT2DVD is a powerful tool to convert PowerPoint presentations to DVD and burn the output file to disc for quick sharing.
While also being capable of converting PPT files to popular video formats such as AVI, WMV or MPEG, there's no doubt the ace up its sleeve is the feature that converts the presentations to DVD.
And, what's more, the whole process is a breeze, especially for beginners who may need assistance throughout the whole project.
First of all, users are prompted to pick the PowerPoint files they wish to convert, as everything has been designed as a wizard, with detailed descriptions to lend a hand to all users.
Secondly, the video settings, playback options and other preferences come into spotlights, which means you need to pick the TV standard and the aspect ratio, but also set the transition time between slides and configure output quality.
Another good thing about Wondershare PPT2DVD is that it provides dedicated features for creating DVD menus, with multiple included templates and options for choosing background music.
Obviously, you can also input the output folder, with two different options at your disposal: burn the project right now or create a ISO file to be stored on the local disk.
The whole process is usually completed in a few minutes, but rookies may need additional time to configure the project, and in case you need some help, a manual is also included in this regard.
Overall, Wondershare PPT2DVD works like a charm, but keep in mind that it requires Microsoft PowerPoint to be installed on the system. It works with PowerPoint 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010.
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