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equinox55

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Hey i have been serching for a program that will convert a ppt to dvd with all the music and the ANIMATIONS are a must. I do not mined to pay for softwear if it is going to work. Have you guys had an sucess with a program like that. I want to the ppt to play on a stand alone dvd player. Please help.
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Hi equinox55,

What DVD burner do have, you need a DVD burner, what software came with it?

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Ok i have a memorex dvd burner and yes it can burn dvds and i have nero the second newest release i just can not rember what it is called. I need a program that will retain all the transitions adn animations in the ppt and burn it to a dvd in avi or mepeg format so that i can play it on a stand alone dvd player

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I have office 2007
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How to convert PowerPoint to MPEG?

hxxp://www.ppt-to-dvd.com/blog/

For your Nero Click the "Burn" button, choose DVD video then NEW drop the PPT onto Nero will start the process of converting your original powerpoint slideshow video to a DVD compatible format.

You can also use cam studio to capture it free tool converts it to avi then use Nero to convert burn a vcd (CD) video 700 megs.
To use Nero you need the mpeg plug comes bundled with the DVD burner
hxp://www.awesomebackgrounds.com/powerpoint-to-dvd.htm

Powerpoint presentation exported (via package for CD ) will play in a DVD-video/ standalone dvd player and for this you would need converters hxxp://media-convert.com/convert

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Ok so i tried some of them and i can not just record the screen because it has audio to and when you rerecord it sounds stupid so can you please give me a step by step on how to go about doing it well retain all animations and all sound and everything from the original ppt i do not want anything modify after it is done
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