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our av department wants to convert a powerpoint to a vidoe file. what do i need to do and what do i need to downlaod

thanks for your help

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Point a video camera at a monitor?

Seriously though, plenty of software available such as this one. Not free but it would do it. Have a Google.
http://www.bytescout...videoscout.html
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You can also use CamStudio, which is a free screen-recording utility.
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i tried ppt to video and the video went by really fast and there was no sound. i downloaded CamStudio but didn't know what to do after install.

also our AV department wants to put this powerpoint in a web page. anyone have any ideas on how to do that?

Thank you for all your help (i don't know what i would do without this forum)

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For CamStudio, you open it and click the big red button to start recording the screen. You can then export the video into the file format of your choice.

As for the second question:
Put your PowerPoint on the Web

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thanks ax will have to try this out....

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:) Let me know how it goes.
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Cam studio worked perfect (after finally getting around to it)

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That's great! Glad to hear it.
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