Nov 30, 2008

How to convert PowerPoint to FLV video

FLV, referred to as Flash video, is a file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player version 6-10. It is viewable on most operating systems via the widely available Adobe Flash Player and web browser plug-in. Most of the player like MPlayer, VLC media player, QuickTime or any player which uses DirectShow filters can play the FLV file. 

Because the FLV file is small and can be convenient delivery on the Internet, it has become the mainstream video format on the Internet nowadays. The video on YouTube, MySpace and Google video are FLV videos. Many PowerPoint users want to embed FLV video into PowerPoint and some of them want to convert PowerPoint files to FLV format for easily sharing their fun on the web. Now, there is the way for converting PowerPoint to FLV format and sharing PowerPoint on web.
Learn how to embed FLV video into PowerPoint:

 This software PPT to Video is a professional tool to convert PowerPoint to video formats like FLV, AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP and so on. This guide is to tell you how to convert PowerPoint to FLV file.

Step 1, Download PPT to Video and install it on your computer. Download URL:

Step 2, launch the PPT to Video and import the PowerPoint presentations into the program, you can import 12 presentations at a time.

Step 3, choose the right output format FLV then start the converting process.

In this step, you can set your output folder, click the settings button, you can set the presentation properties, layout and sound setting.

After the converting, get the FLV file from the output folder then you can embed it on the website to share your ideas. Just have fun with converting PowerPoint to FLV.


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