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?
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.
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