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Author: John Sebastian
A few weeks ago I was trying to figure out how to put my Powerpoint presentation into my website as an FLV video.
I know that I can simply put the PPT file on my website however it will then force my viewer to own PowerPoint to be able to view them.
So for my purpose, FLV file format is the way to go. As there are no software which directly convert PPT into FLV, we are going to use 2 software here.
The first one is called PPT To Flash Studio 2.0 Pro which allows you to convert PPT file into an AVI video.
Then we are going to use the second product which is Flash Video Studio 3.0 to convert the AVI into an FLV file.

How to convert MS PPT file into an FLV File

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 "Movie File (AVI File)"

PPT To Flash Studio allows you to change the codec. Click Setup to change the codec.
Click"OK" button to process the AVI file.

Step 8:Next we are going to use the second product to convert the AVI file into FLV.

Download and Install Flash Video Studio 3.0 trial version from here:


Step 9: Run Flash Video Studio

Step 10: Click Browse button and select the avi file you just published with PPT To Flash Editor in the previous step

Step 11: Go to tab 7 “Publish”
- At the Output Format, choose “FLV File”
- Then Click “Publish” button

Step 12: Now you have your FLV file ready to be put into your website.
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Added: 2009-02-10
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