To make video from your PowerPoint presentation use Aspose.Slides online application. Save your time on installing software for PowerPoint video generation - do it online and in one click. PowerPoint video is created in an MP4 format, which guarantees you will be able to open your video PowerPoint presentation on any device. MP4 can be opened and played in any browser, OS by default. To tune the resulting PowerPoint video, use such application settings: choose a slide or a slide range for video generation, set the video frame transition time.
You may upload presentation of any PowerPoint format for video generation. The quality of video file is saved on maximum and you will not see the difference in the input presentation and output PowerPoint video file. Demonstrating PowerPoint as a video has its benefits - you may pause, resume and rewind it with more flexibility.
A file with PPT extension represents PowerPoint file that consists of a collection of slides for displaying as SlideShow. It specifies the Binary File Format used by Microsoft PowerPoint 97-2003. A PPT file can contain several different types of information such as text, bulleted points, images, multimedia and other embedded OLE objects. Microsoft came up with newer file format for PowerPoint, known as PPTX, from 2007 onwards that is based on Office OpenXML and is different from this binary file format.
Presentation Video application is based on Aspose.Slides, which is a set of APIs for generating video from presentations, represented in .NET, Java, Python, GO, Android, etc. Aspose.Slides API is used for the following:
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Upload your document, choose the save format type and click on “Convert” button. You will get the download link as soon as the file is converted
It works from all platforms including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. All files are processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation required for you.
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