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Author: John Sebastian

How to convert MS PPT file into DVD Movie using PPT To Flash Studio 2.0

Step 1:Download and Install the trial version from here:


Step 2: Run PPT To Flash Studio

Step 3: Create a new conversion project

Browse and select your MS PPT file

To add another one or more PPT file(s), click add button

Step 4: Go to tab "Settings" to change the default setting.
You can add more information at tab "Panel"
PPT To Flash Studio enables you to customize MS PPT by setting Slide Transition, Slide Advance and Object Settings.

Step 5: Go to tab "Publish" then choose "Import into PPT To Flash Editor" button

Step 6: After the publish process is finished, click "OK" button or do this:
- Run PPT To Flash Editor
- Click File Open and select the file you published at step 4

Step 7: Go to "Publish" Menu and choose "DVD Movie"

Step 8: After the publish process is finished, click at the “Write CD” button to burn the disc.
And you can play it on your television or computer.

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Added: 2009-01-07
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