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How do I make a video on PowerPoint 2003 work when it plays on PowerPoint 2007?

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Question by Kevin: How do I make a video on PowerPoint 2003 work when it plays on PowerPoint 2007?
I made a PowerPoint for a school project on my computer, which has PowerPoint 2003. At our school, all the computers have PowerPoint 2007. When I was showing my group the PowerPoint, the video wehad on a slide wouldn’t work. Does anybody know I make the video work on PowerPoint 2007???

Best answer:

Answer by Ppted
Have you included the video file in the same folder with the powerpoint presentation? If not, the video may not play when you move the pp file to another computer.
You can also convert your PowerPoint to video or DVD that can be playbacked on any computer, regardless of proper PowerPoint. Use a conversion tool like Moyea PPT to DVD Burner. It can save everything from your original PowerPoint onto the portable DVD disc, including the video inserted.

The download site: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt_to_dvd/

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How do you convert a powerpoint into a video?

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Question by Killer: How do you convert a powerpoint into a video?
Powerpoint MS 2007

Best answer:

Answer by Andy
Here is the best resource for turning your PowerPoint into a video for DVD distribution: http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00156.htm

If you have further questions head to the Office page on Facebook.

Cheers,
Andy
MSFT Office Outreach

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How come when I put a video on the Powerpoint slide , there is no sound?

Thursday, December 26th, 2013

Question by PokemonFan: How come when I put a video on the Powerpoint slide , there is no sound?
I saw people put it in Powerpoint and there is sound.

For your information , Yes I have on the sound to maximum.
how come no sound?

Best answer:

Answer by Richard J
Do the following

Insert
Movies and sounds
Movies from file
Browse to file
Highlight and click ok
Click automatically
Click slide show
Click view show and see if you have the sound

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How do i convert powerpoint presentation into a video file with the animations which are in the presentation?

Friday, December 20th, 2013

Question by Mauryan: How do i convert powerpoint presentation into a video file with the animations which are in the presentation?
suggest me the way i can convert a powerpoint presentation into a video file with the animation in the slides.

Best answer:

Answer by strike1nc
Are you running this on a DVD player?

Personally if your running on a computer you can still have it run as a presentation by saving it as a Power Point Show .pps
Just change the Save as Type that will store all images and files you include in the presentation this way you don’t have to worry if the other computer you going to watch it on has power point installed all you need is the free viewer installed on the computer.

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how can i post a video from youtube into my powerpoint presentation?

Sunday, December 15th, 2013

Question by Pat07vvv: how can i post a video from youtube into my powerpoint presentation?
im trying to post a video from youtube into my microsoft powerpoint presentation for school. it would be great if i could. can anyone help me please?

Best answer:

Answer by ben_tran69
Well there are 2 ways that I can see this working out:

Method #1
If you can use internet for your powerpoint at school, just insert the link and press it during your presentation. A little delay in your presentation will help you relax and gather your thoughts if you seem to become lost.

Method #2
If you have time, I’m positive you can link videos on the computer to the powerpoint, all you need is to know where the directory of the video is. Also to download the video off of youtube I would use a website such as http://www.zamzar.com/

Hopefully this helps you out with your presentation. Good luck!

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Baby Bytes Studios Premieres Puppet Play, a Ground-Breaking App Featuring Live-Action Video Puppet Shows

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013


Lone Tree, CO (PRWEB) November 05, 2013

Baby Bytes Studios today announced the release of Puppet Play, a digital plaything designed specifically for iPad, and suitable for children ages 8 to 36 months and parents of all ages.

Puppet Play begins with a magic Jack-in-the-box sliding onto the stage. Inviting music tempts baby to start the show, and Pop!, the antics begin. Each time the box opens, parents and babies are treated to a funny, live-action puppet show.

The game offers three levels of play; simple interactions with the Jack-in-the-box expose babies to the notion of cause and effect, and provide opportunities for practicing fine-motor actions. The apps Play Journal summarizes babys game-play activity, and the Tap Map shows where baby touched the screen; both give parents insights on how baby uses Puppet Play.

When my daughter was 1, I used puppets to tell her stories and make her laugh.

Thats what Puppet Play is all about, said Julie Clark, Baby Bytes Mommy-in-Chief and creator of the renowned Baby Einstein line of infant products. It felt natural to return to real-world puppets for Puppet Play. We had a blast staging the shows, and I know parents and babies will have lots of fun playing and watching together.

Puppet Play consists of 16 original shows and is free on the Apple App Store. An additional 16 shows are available through In-App Purchase.

In related news, Baby Bytes announced that its popular LullabytesTM app is now also available for iPad.

Free Puppet Play download for iPad.

Free Lullabytes download for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

About Baby Bytes

Baby Bytes is creating apps for parents and babies that enhance traditional play and offer new opportunities for parent-child connections. Our team consists of caring parents, musicians, filmmakers, graphics artists, software designers, interactivity specialists and child development experts. Julie Clark guides our creative efforts.







How to put a music video on a powerpoint?

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Question by : How to put a music video on a powerpoint?
I’m having a bit of troubles trying to put a music video on powerpoint, can anyone help me out please?

Best answer:

Answer by gospieler
For Powerpoint 2003 check:
• http://cel.colgate.edu/howto/powerpoint/pc/add-music-presentation.htm
• http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HP051946981033.aspx

For Powerpoint 2007 check
• http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpoint2001/ss/07soundfromfile.htm
• http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/powerpoint-knowledge/sound-across-slides.html#2007

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Magnadyne Movie Vision iPad 2 Mobile Video Docking Station in Gray

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Magnadyne Movie Vision iPad 2 Mobile Video Docking Station in Gray

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How do I add a video to my Powerpoint Presentation?

Monday, November 18th, 2013

Question by B.C.: How do I add a video to my Powerpoint Presentation?
I want to add a Howcast video to my Powerpoint, NOT A YOUTUBE VIDEO. How can I do this without using any downloaded software?

Best answer:

Answer by James
To include a movie or video clip in a PowerPoint presentation, you simply click ‘Insert’, click on ‘movies and sounds’, then click ‘movie from file’. Keep in mind that PowerPoint only recognizes MP3, AVI and few other file formats so if you cannot add a video because it is FLV or some other unrecognized media type, then you simply download a video format converter, to convert the file to a recognized format.

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How can i make a video of a powerpoint presentation for youtube?

Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Question by Zamora: How can i make a video of a powerpoint presentation for youtube?
Movie maker isn’t letting me upload a powerpoint btw.

Best answer:

Answer by cyвєяκıd125
You can Yahoo!/Google search about this, or check out Wikipedia’s article about Microsoft Powerpoint. I’m sure it has all the information you need.

Good luck.

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