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you can't put powerpoints on youtube, though if you have a pc, you should have a program called "windows movie maker." you can make videos there on the timeline by clicking and dragging clips, pictures music, etc. (open a folder and drag the items to windows move maker) Once youre done, you go up to "file" and click "publish movie." Click "save to computer" and click next until it starts uploading. Then on youtube, sign in and click upload. Open your video from the folder "my videos"
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YouTube doesn't accept PowerPoint files. It only accepts the following video formats: . Windows Media Video (.WMV) . .3GP (cell phones) . .AVI (windows) . .MOV (mac) . .…MP4 (iPod/psp) . .MPEG . .FLV (adobe flash) . .MKV (h.264) If you want to upload PowerPoint to YouTube, you should convert the PowerPoint to video format like WMV, MP4, AVI or FLV. There are many ways for us to convert PowerPoint to video. Check the details in the following link: ways to convert poweroint to video To convert PowerPoint to video with timing intact, the recommend one is Wondershare PowerPoint to video Converter.
There can be more than one way to upload pics with music onto youtube for example I have a youtube channel and I make lyric videos and i am starting to make remixes just from …today so for my lyrics I use Windows Live Movie Maker and once I am done I first save it in case it doesn't work and then I click the youtube button which is at the top-right corner and ust fill in what it asks and it will upload onto youtube also depends how long it is it might take some time but maybe it doesn't so either way ust try to be patient and no it doesn't take days only mins or 1 or so hour also once it uploads it gives u an option to c it but it might say sorry this video is not yet uploaded or something so wait 1 min then go to your account and it should be there if not then wait a little bit and then check back also just because I make lyrics videos on it doesn't mean you can't use it without making lyrics you can search images on Google then after you upload one on windows live movie maker you can put the music you want.
Go to Insert at the top, click Movies and Sounds, then go to Sound from File. It should work on all types, I have PowerPoint 97, and my school has 03, so....
1.On the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds, and then click Movie from File. 2.Click the video you want to use and then click OK.
Use the Insert > Movies and Sounds function from the pull-down menu. Find your video clip from your hard drive, then size and place it on your slide. Depending on your version…, the program may also ask if you want the clip to play automatically, or on a mouse click. One thing to always remember with video clips is that Powerpoint DOES NOT EMBED the video clip to your .ppt file. It only LINKS the clip. Therefore, if you ever show the Powerpoint presentation from another computer, the video clip MUST be in the SAME folder as the .ppt file or the link will be broken. This is a very common mistake for Powerpoint users. That same rule applies for audio files over 100kb.
Try the method given in the resources section. Simply add a free add-in and you can easily put youtube video in PPT.
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You can use AuthorStream or PowerDVDPoint Lite. PowerDVDPoint Lite is free and you can easily put PowerPoint on Youtube using this.
Actually you can use a third-party software to solve this problem, I recommend you Moyea PowerPoint to DVD Burner Pro (Download link can be found at Related links) .It i…s an all-inclusive conversion tool that helps burn PowerPoint to DVD playable on TV and turn PPT to video convenient for portables, while keeping complete of PowerPoint originals like animations, sounds, slide transitions and video clips. Tour this PPT to DVD and video software to relive a staggering slideshow from your PC to a HD TV, a palm gadget, and a different desktop. As a PPT to DVD burner, it features a powerful burn engine built-in, a good host of DVD menu templates, a cool choice of custom watermarks, and two flexible chapter schemes One Animation One Chapter and One Slide One Chapter. As a PPT to video converter, it enables you to convert PowerPoint presentations to any regular format of video, e.g. AVI, MPEG, FLV, 3GP, MP4, VOB, WMV, MOV, etc. Hopefully you may like it. Greetings
You can't put a PowerPoint on YouTube. But you can use Camtasia Studio, or an screen recorder to record your PowerPoint.
depends what kind of quality you need it to be... anyway you need to use some kind of screen recording tool like Cam Studio (which is free) or Fraps... I think there are al…so other possibilities but using a screen recorder is the easiest thing.
Make a Video of yourself Upload it
There are different forms of microphones that allow you to speak into them. You hook up a microphone and record your voice onto the computer, then save it, and add it to your …presentation.
You can do this two ways: 1. FOR PEOPLE WITH POWERPOINT 2010 and 2. FOR PEOPLE WITH POWERPOINT 2007, 2003 OR LOWER 1. For people with Microsft Office PowerPoint 2010 cli…ck on the red 'file' button, then click on 'save and send'. When you're in the save and send tab click on 'create a video' at the bottom of the list. Choose your settings (on the right of the page, you'll know what I mean when you do it!) and then click 'create video'. Wait a while (it takes quite a time to do) and then it makes a copy of your whole presentation and converts it into a Windows Media video file type. To get it onto a disc from there simply put a writable DVD in the drive and 'burn' option will comeup. You'll be able to play it on most DVD players (I tried it on people and 2/3 people could watch it on there DVD players at home!). 2. I'm sure if you Google you'll find lots of programs which will help you (you WILL) but watch out! There's schammers out there! (Sorry if this didn't help!)
They have to have the required codecs to work. Most likely has to be in .mp4 or .flv format.
Sorry, I don't have idea about PowerPoint 2003 but inserting video from YouTube, slideshare, authorStream, slideboom, Scribd, etc. in 2010 is very easy! See this link: htt…p://www.indezine.com/products/powerpoint/learn/multimedia/insert-online-movies-into-ppt2010.html
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