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Converting Audio Cd Tracks To Mp3 Files
Converting Audio Cd Tracks To Mp3 Files
Converting audio CD tracks to files that can be stored on a computer allows a convenient way of playing the track without access to the original CD or even a CD player. This conversion process is generally known as "ripping". It has all sorts of advantages.
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Playing Mp3 Files During A Slide Show
Playing Mp3 Files During A Slide Show
Microsoft PowerPoint has always been able to play audio tracks from a CD as part of a slide show. To do this, put an audio CD in the CD drive and select InsertMovies and SoundsPlay CD Audio Track"¦ from the pull-down menu.
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How to adjust the sound volume of the music you inserted into your PowerPoint file?
How to adjust the sound volume of the music you inserted into your PowerPoint file?
Frequently, your PowerPoint files are probably contains both movie clip files and your own narrations as the instructions for the PowerPoint file. But how can you allot the volume of these two audio files. It’s really a headache for many greeners, even though this is a good idea for designing good PowerPoint presentation. Of course It’s surely that both of these audio files are important for unable to delete. When the Music file volume is so louder that your narrations can not be heard, what should you do to solve it? This article is to help you cure these headaches and solve the problems; you only need to follow the points below to complete this task.
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How to Convert PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) to Video (AVI/MPEG) and CD/DVD
How to Convert PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) to Video (AVI/MPEG) and CD/DVD
Created a beautiful and interesting PowerPoint presentation in .ppt format, complete with sound and music, for your wedding ceremony or corporate marketing event. But alas, in an unlucky situation, the DVD or VCD player on Hi-Fi amplifier system cannot player PowerPoint slide out of the box, even with Pack and Go feature. Worse if the projection system or display panel won’t connect to your laptop VGA output port. In this case, you may want to convert the Office PowerPoint presentation in .ppt format to a video, recorded on CD or DVD disc or even on VHS tape which almost everyone can playback on any DVD player.
PowerPoint has a “Package for CD” (in Office 2007) or Pack and Go (in Office 2003) option that copy your presentation, supporting files such as audio or video together with a Microsoft Office PPT PowerPoint Viewer to an optical disk, USB flash drive or network location. However, even if PowerPoint burns the packaged presentation to CD or DVD, the disc created is still a data CD or data DVD which can only be played back on a computer (even if PowerPoint is not installed), and not playable in DVD player normally attached to TV.
For an universal playable presentation, it’s your best bet to convert the presentation to video clip instead, and best of all, a Video CD (VCD) or Video DVD. To showcase your presentation online via website or blog, you can convert the PowerPoint .ppt file to Flash based animated content too. You won’t be able to create and burn a Video CD or DVD with CD/DVD burning software such as Nero or DVD authoring programs such as Nero Vision, Pinnacle Studio, Ulead DVD Movie Factory, Apple iDVD, MovieStudio + DVD, MyDVD Studio, Sonic DVDit, Adobe Encore DVD and etc. Instead, you have to rely on various PowerPoint to Video converters, PowerPoint to DVD converters. Most of the converters can convert PowerPoint presentations to multiple formats, however, most of the software is not free, and users will need to purchase or buy a product key or registration number by paying license fee. However, most also available for free download as a shareware or trial usage, which allows you to evaluate which PowerPoint converter best suit your need, especially if you’re using new file format and extension (.pptx) of PowerPoint 2007. Downside is that all video created in demo mode likely to imprint and stamp with watermark.
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Reduce PowerPoint file size with third-party software
Reduce PowerPoint file size with third-party software
Pictures, videos, audios, complex effects can result big PowerPoint file size. It is hard to deliver if the file size is too large. Maybe after you tried the methods mentioned somewhere else and found that they were not so easy to handle and took little effect.
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How to view PowerPoint on iPod
How to view PowerPoint on iPod
iPod is a brand of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple and launched in October 2001. Devices in the iPod range are primarily digital audio players, designed around a central click wheel — with the exception of the iPod shuffle, which uses buttons because of its small size. As of September 2006, the line-up consists of the video-capable fifth generation iPod, the smaller second generation iPod nano, and the display-less second generation iPod shuffle. The iPod line used to contain the iPod mini, until being discontinued for the introduction of the iPod nano. The full-sized model stores media on an internal hard drive, while the iPod nano and iPod shuffle use flash memory due to their smaller size. Like many digital music players, iPods can also serve as external data storage devices.
It must be very cool to view PowerPoint on iPod , but how should we do?
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Moyea PPT to DVD Burner
Moyea PPT to DVD Burner
Moyea PPT to DVD Burner is the powerful program to convert and burn PowerPoint presentations to DVD with excellent quality. It can retain all the animations, transitions, audio tracks, video clips, action buttons, internal links and other options added in the presentation, and generate DVD Menus to enable you to control the playback with a DVD remote. It is used by more and more teachers, sales people, business presenters and even individuals who want to share or distribute their PowerPoint slideshows more conveniently to a wider audience.

The newly released Moyea PPT to DVD Burner V.2.0 has been enhanced with flexible DVD Menus, additional PowerPoint to video functions and new encode engine for higher conversion speed. These refined points are sure to make the PowerPoint to DVD conversion more efficient and more flexible:
1, Enabled to hide the playback window when capturing video and audio.
2, Improved the performance stability and conversion speed.
3, Added the language setting for DVD audio customized control.
4, Added the setting for video quality customized control.
5, Added the setting of audio encoding options.
6, Added the function to allow users to set NTSC or PAL standard by selecting the country or region.

With Moyea PPT to DVD Burner, you can benefit from the following:

1 Share presentations with DVD Player on TV set for businessmen and instructors
As the alternative solution to projector, you can burn PowerPoint to DVD and make presentation on TV set with a DVD player without limitations of time and space. You can also create slideshows such as car show, product promotion slideshow with PowerPoint and burn them to DVD to play on a big screen in front the crowds to promote your corporate image.

2 Distribute PowerPoint presentations more conveniently for companies
By burning PowerPoint presentations on DVD, you can easily reach people worldwide without the trouble of different PowerPoint versions, different systems (Windows or Mac), no PowerPoint installed, or even no computer. With the PowerPoint presentations on DVD, you can also protect them from being copied and eliminate copyright piracy.

3 Share PowerPoint slideshow on TV with family or friends for individuals
Do you have a wonderful PowerPoint photo slideshow and want to share it with family or friends? Why not burn it to DVD and play it on TV with friends or family sitting together to enjoy the movie in a warm, happy atmosphere?

Please explore the website of Moyea Software at http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com to find out more about the video to PowerPoint to DVD conversion and burning program and download the free evaluation version to see the effects possible.
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