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powerpoint to DVD?

Is there a way to convert a powerpoint slideshow with music to DVD for television viewing? I believe I can do it so it is viewable on PC but not TV. I used powerpoint 98 but have since upgraded to 2007 on windows xp. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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There are too many ways to do this but beware those that spam the forums with their payware.

Simplest method? Use a screen recorder, play that powerpoint then edit the capture then make your DVD. You didn't tell what DVD software you had so I'll note DVD FLICK.

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Thanks for the post. I downloaded dvd flick but I cannot get it to work. Do I have to save my powerpoint in a certain format first? I also downloaded Cam Video which works with dvd flick? but that wont work either. DVD programs I have include... dvd shrink; click to dvd; nero 8; adobe cs3 master collection with premiere pro; windows movie maker and roxio 10. I do not believe any of these work either for converting form powerpoint to dvd. I see there are many on cnet for downloading but so far I have had no luck. Any further suggestions would be great. Thanks in advance!

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Think about "screen recording."

CAMTASIA for instance. Now record your video, and create the DVD with what you want.

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I had tried Camtasia once and found it to be quite glitchy on my computer. It would freeze part way through the slideshow. Not sure if it was the program or my computer. Is there another like it that works better?

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Worked fine here.

Look for any "screen recorder" to get the needed video for the next step.

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thank you

Thanks for the advice. I am ready to throw the whole puter out the window lol. Anyhoo I will try your suggestions and hopefully accomplish my project. take care

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I have tried this free download and while the program itself is amazing there is a great big stamp on every slide of my slideshow that says PPT2DVD. *sigh* I suppose I will have to purchase it. Any ideas on freeware in the meantime?

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