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How to view PowerPoint on iPod

How to view PowerPoint on iPod?

PowerPoint-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?
Free method
The first way can be found on the website is to export PowerPoint slides as images (you just click “save as” on PowerPoint )and create a new album in photo folder, then import the folder of images into new album, Finally we use iTunes to sync the new album so that we can displaying presentation on iPod. But you may notice that voice-over, music, transitions and animations are lost. That makes the presentations just a dull thing!
What we suggest
Since MPEG-4 video is suitable for all iPod devices, I think the Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter meets all your demands. With this product, you can simply convert your PowerPoint slides to MPEG-4, and then import it to iPod or sync with iTunes, after a few steps of operations; your presentation will be readily to play on your iPod Touch. Further, one of the most advantages brought by this product is that the video made from your presentation keeps all the charmingly animations, transitions retained.
Now let’s take a brief look on how to do this job:
PowerPoint to iPod
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How to view PowerPoint on iPod

How to view PowerPoint on iPod?

PowerPoint-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?
Free method
The first way can be found on the website is to export PowerPoint slides as images (you just click “save as” on PowerPoint )and create a new album in photo folder, then import the folder of images into new album, Finally we use iTunes to sync the new album so that we can displaying presentation on iPod. But you may notice that voice-over, music, transitions and animations are lost. That makes the presentations just a dull thing!
What we suggest
Since MPEG-4 video is suitable for all iPod devices, I think the Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter meets all your demands. With this product, you can simply convert your PowerPoint slides to MPEG-4, and then import it to iPod or sync with iTunes, after a few steps of operations; your presentation will be readily to play on your iPod Touch. Further, one of the most advantages brought by this product is that the video made from your presentation keeps all the charmingly animations, transitions retained.
Now let’s take a brief look on how to do this job:
PowerPoint to iPod
Click here to have a free trial, we believe you will get more!

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Do you want to learn something about how to convert PowerPoint to FLV?

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How to convert PowerPoint to MPEG?

What is MPEG?

Just as there are a dozen ways to do any task, there are multiple ways to compress data. To compress data means to crunch it down so that it will fit properly on a given medium, such as a DVD. When DVD technology emerged, those in the business knew that in order for this new technology to be marketable worldwide standards had to be set for DVD data storage and compression. This way, DVD disc data from one manufacturer could be read successfully on a DVD reader produced by any other manufacturer. The Movie Picture Experts Group (MPEG) has been creating standards that control the development of audio and video digital compression formats since 1988.

To DVD viewers who have some insight into what makes DVDs tick, MPEG is the name of the method used to compress the audio and video into bit stream tokens. These compressions�not detectable by the normal viewer�allow data to effectively fit into smaller storage areas. That’s why an entire movie can fit onto a single DVD disc. This article sums up the evolution of several MPEG compression types.

The MPEG-1 standard was developed for video transmission rates of about 1.5 million bits per second. The resolution of video at this rate is 352 X 240 at 30 frames per second; this creates a video of slightly lower quality than a VCR video.

A VCD (Video Compact Disk) is a CD that can play moving pictures and sounds. Each CD has the capacity to hold 650MB to 700MB of data. That translates to 74 to 80 minutes of video and stereo sound. This format was an offshoot of MPEG-1 technology.

In 1994, the Motion Pictures Coding Experts Group and the ISO agreed upon the MPEG-2 standard. MPEG-2 is the coding format used in most DVD movies today. This format has characteristics similar to MPEG�1, but incorporates TV broadcast interlaced video. (To learn about interlaced video, read our article: What is Interlacing .)

MPEG-2 introduced transport stream technology; this is the ability to carry digital video and audio over unreliable media such as the Internet. MPEG-2 can also be used to compress a two hour movie onto a single DVD, offering resolutions of 720 X 480 and 1280 X 720 at 60 frames per second. MPEG�2 audio also introduced multi�channel support�up to 5.1 audio channels and a low bit rate encoding�allowing complex stereo sound to accompany movies for the first time, such as Dolby ProLogic Surround Sound signals.

In 1998, the Motion Pictures Coding Experts Group and the ISO standards agreed upon the MPEG-4 standard. MPEG-4 is the first network�based technology platform and is designed for streaming media across the World Wide Web, interactive graphics (such as videophones) and digital broadcast television. MPEG-4 is based on MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and Apple’s QuickTime technology. The compression in an MPEG-4 file is smaller than a JPEG or QuickTime file, allowing for more efficient storage and data transfer.

With common use of streaming media broadcasts online and other areas (such as cell phones), a standard had to be implemented for real�time and non real�time content. With the increasing need and demand for audio and video across a variety of media�including DVD Video, Audio CDs, streaming video on the Internet, Digital Audio Broadcasting, and a number of other formats�the Moving Picture Experts Group developed standardized tools to describe the multimedia content. MPEG-7 is the standard for production, distribution and content access for interactive multimedia, mobile multimedia, interactive graphics, and enhanced digital television.

As will always be the case, new needs crop up�this time, security. MPEG-21 is the latest standard designed to meet this challenge. With high�volume media exchanging hands freely across the Internet, the new MPEG-21 format allows users to secure their privacy to prevent unauthorized access or modification of their data.

MPEG works hard to keep communication data transfer standards in pace with the needs of our society. It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.

Benefits of converting PowerPoint to MPEG

For example, convert PowerPoint to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2, you can burn your PowerPoint slides to VCD or DVD disc, then you can watch presentation on TV, and MPEG-4 video format supported by most mobile devices, you can watch your PowerPoint on your gadgets.

How to convert PowerPoint to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2?

With our product Acoolsoft PPT2DVD , this process can be a piece of cake, you can use the setting to decide the output size,quality and so on. More important, you can creat DVDs if you want in the later days.

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How to convert PowerPoint to MPEG-4


With our product Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter , you can convert your PowerPoint to MPEG-4 in any size, frame rate that you want, then you can import the converted video to gadgets like iPod, iPhone, Zune, Pocket PC and so on.

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How to convert PowerPoint to AVI?

People often asked how to convert PowerPoint to AVI, there are so many suggestions which make us confused if you search through Google, this article not only tells you the best solution, but tell you more about AVI and PowerPoint which will make your life and work easier.
What is AVI video format?AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave, is a multimedia container format introduced by Microsoft in November 1992 as part of its Video for Windows technology. AVI files can contain both audio and video data in a standard container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback.This is a container video format that specifies certain structure how the audio and video streams should be stored within the file. AVI itself doesn’t specify how it should be encoded ( just like the streaming format ASF), so the audio/video can be stored in very various ways. Most commonly used video codec that use AVI structure are M-JPEG and DivX . AVI contains code called FourCC which tells what codec it is encoded with.

Benefits of converting PowerPoint to AVI?

Because AVI is the most common video formats which can be played on different operating system or burn to disc, and we all know it’s a problem that PowerPoint Presentations can only play on PC with Microsoft PowerPoint installed, sometimes you need the right version and operating system,So it’s really not convenient for you to share or distribute your PowerPoint presentations. So convert your PowerPoint to AVI can solve this Problem, where AVI can be played means where your PowerPoint can be shown!

You can even enjoy your PowerPoint on Apple system; I don’t know what Steve Jobs will do! Maybe figure out some thing to play his Keynote Presentation on PC.

How to convert PowerPoint to AVI?

Since Bill Gates didn’t insert a plug-in into PowerPoint which allows you to convert PowerPoint to AVI directly, you must want to know: what is best software for converting PowerPoint presentations to AVI and other video formats. Best shareware?

Free method

Is there a free way to do this job? Yes, free but not easy and not very well.
You may notice that PowerPoint has the function of save PowerPoint as JPG files which are the key point; you just save PowerPoint as pieces of JPG, then import them to Windows Movie Maker to form an AVI video. Since you are so smart, you know what I am talking about, and you surely know disadvantages of this free pie! I once read an article just used this method to tell us
how to view PowerPoint on iPod.

  1. The presentation lost all the animations, transitions which it should have, and that’s the charm of PowerPoint, how can you present such a dull presentation to your audience? Why not just show them photos?
  2. I am sure you must add some music to the hole PowerPoint , buy you lost them now, then you want to add some one with Movie Maker , you have to import these JPG files and edit one by one, that’s a dull work, more important, your fruit wouldn’t be attractive.
    All things seem to be under Microsoft’s dominion in this rapid changing world, you surely have
  3. other choices to receive a better result!
    Commonly, there are two basic principles for converting PowerPoint to AVI:
    The first choices is using a screen recording application to record your slideshow as it plays on your screen, If you don’t have any embedded video clips in the slide show, an app like SnagIt works perfectly for grabbing your slideshow at approximately 10 frames per second (full motion digital video is typically 30 frames per second). If you embedded a full motion video in your presentation, you need a screen capture app capable of full motion video recording like Camtasia, which cost $299 per copy. I am not going to discuss the prices of the product, it all depends on you, but I must point out if you use a screen recorder, you have to open your PowerPoint each time, and you can’t do any jobs when the conversion is going on. Besides, you may lose some of elements like animations, transitions, audio track and so on, that’s really a very disappoint thing which would make your excellent presentation to a dull package. Another thing is that you have pieces of PowerPoint, and you want to convert them all at one time. But with screen recorder, you need to convert them one by one.
    The second way is using third party software, when you search through website, you could find a lot of programs that promised to solve this problem with excellent quality. You must keep your head clear so you can choose the best one, we advice you’d better have a free trial before purchasing.
    Now let’s use
    Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter or Wondershare PowerPoint to AVI converter to have a free try and see how to covert PowerPoint to AVI, I am not boasted Acoolsoft is the best software compare to others, but it’s really the best solution to solve your problem at lowest cost.

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If you have several pieces of PowerPoint presentations, keep on importing, the product support 8 pieces of PowerPoint batch converting.PowerPoint to AVI setting

You can set the video size, frame rate yourself which fit for your needs instead of choosing format from left table!

Convert PowerPoint to AVIAfter all this have finished, just click start and leave the left work to Acoolsoft, all things will be done!

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