Welcome to our InstantVidz review, a product from Eric Holmund on Jvzoo and it’s a video ads maker.
There are a few ways to turn your PowerPoint into a video. One is to use PowerPoint's built-in recording feature. This will allow you to record your voice and any other audio, as well as any on-screen activity, as you advance through your presentation. You can then save the recording as a video file. Another way is to export your PowerPoint presentation as a video file. This will create a video file that includes all of the slides in your presentation, along with any audio or video that is embedded in it. PowerPoint provides a quick way to create videos from presentations. To create a video from your presentation, do the following: 1. Open the presentation that you want to convert to a video. 2. Click File > Export > Create a Video. 3. In the first drop-down menu, select the quality of the video that you want to create. The options are Low, Medium, or High. If you want to create an HD video, select either 720p or 1080p from the second drop-down menu. 4. Select the type of frames per second that you want in your video. The options are 6, 12, 15, 20, and 30 frames per second. 5. Choose whether you want narration and slide timing included in your video by selecting those checkboxes next to Include Narrations and Slide Timings respectively. You can also include captions in your video if they're already written into your presentation by selecting Include Captions (CC). 6. When you're ready to create your video, click Create Video at the bottom of the window. 7. A Save As window will open; give your video a name and choose where you want to save it on your computer before clicking Save.