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Convert PowerPoint to WMV with Free PowerPoint to WMV Converter

Maybe some people around you are searching ways for converting PowerPoint to WMV. How can we do this? Or if there is any free way to convert PowerPoint to WMV?


What is WMV?

WMV stands for Windows Media Video - developed and controlled by Microsoft.

It is a generic name of Microsoft's video encoding solution and doesn't necessarily define the technology what it uses. The latest version of WMV (now, summer 2005, the latest one is called WMV10) doesn't have much in common with MPEG-4, but uses Microsoft's own video encoding technologies instead.

 

Why People Want to Convert PowerPoint to WMV Free?

By converting PowerPoint to WMV:

  • Your PowerPoint can be played through many video players or further being burned to discs.
  • Your presentations can be viewed on many portable devices like Blackberry and Pocket PC.
  • You no longer need to worry if the PowerPoint version on your computer is the right one to open a PowerPoint sent from others.

Overall, converting PowerPoint to WMV free can help you widely share your presentations.

 

How to convert PowerPoint to WMV Free?

With a free PowerPoint to WMV converter like Acoolsoft PPT to Video Free, it can be a piece of cake to convert PowerPoint to WMV free.

First, open this free PPT to WMV converter, and then import your PowerPoint to the program.

Next, choose the Output Video Formats of WMV. You can also set the output video size, quality and so on.

PowerPoint to WMV

 

Last, click Start, and your PowerPoint presentations will be automatically converted to WMV in a few minutes.


Converting PowerPoint to WMV free can be really an easy job, just depends on how you do it. Click here to have a trial of this free PowerPoint to WMV converter, we believe you will get more!

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