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leedownen123

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Hi,


I'm looking for a FREE application that converts Powerpoints on PC's to DVD disks. I need permanent software, NOT software with a trial. Does anyone know of anything like that??
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Please see http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00156.htm as this isn't as straight-forward as it first seems.
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I used Camtasia to record the slides and it looks good on a computer but it is cut off and messed up looking when burned to a DVD and shown a TV. Is there anyway to fix this?
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I use Presentation to Video Converter and then I burn my PPT to DVD I haven't such problem. You can try it too.
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is there NO GOOD FREEWARE available for this kind of thing??
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