Create a video out of your presentation.

Click File > Export > Create a Video (or select the option from the Recording tab of the ribbon) to make a video of your most recent PowerPoint presentation.

  1. Make sure you've saved all of your recent work in PowerPoint presentation format by selecting Save from the File menu. pptx)

  2. Select "Create a Video" under the "File" menu and "Export The Export to Video option can also be accessed via the Recording tab of the ribbon. )

  3. Select the desired video quality (that is, the desired resolution) from the first drop-down box found under the Create a Video heading. The larger the file size, the better the video quality. (You could try both out and see which one works best for you. )

    Option

    Resolution

    Useful for showcasing on

    Super High Definition (4K)

    Maximum image resolution of 3840 x 2160

    Multiple, oversized screens

    Ultra High Definition (1080p)

    Super high resolution (1920 x 1080) and massive file size

    Electronic devices and high-definition displays

    HD (720p)

    1280 by 720 pixels; average file size

    Combined use of the Internet and home video devices

    Normal (480p)

    Smallest file size, 852 x 480 pixels

    Devices that can be carried around easily

    * Only Windows 10 users can select Ultra HD (4K).

  4. If your presentation has narration and timings, you can select that option in the second drop-down box under the Create a Video heading. (This preference is reversible. )

    • Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narrations is selected as the default if timed narration has not been recorded.

      Each slide is shown for 5 seconds by default. Seconds to view each slide is a customizable option. To extend or shorten the time allotted, use the arrows to the right of the box.

    • The default setting is to Make use of previously recorded timing and narration.

  5. When you're ready, select the Create Video option.

  6. To save the video, give it a name in the File name box, select a destination folder, and then click Save.

  7. Select MPEG-4 Video or Windows Media Video in the Save as type drop-down menu.

    Looking at the status bar at the bottom of your screen will let you know how far along the video production process you currently are. Depending on the video's length and the intricacy of the presentation, the video-making process can eat up several hours.

    A helpful hint for making a long video is to schedule it to be made while you sleep. Doing so will ensure that it is waiting for you the following morning.

  8. Go to the folder where you saved your video and double-click the file to watch it.

When a PowerPoint Show file is opened, the viewer sees it in full screen Slide Show mode rather than the editing mode. Instantaneously, the viewer begins to observe the presentation.

  1. Make sure your most recent changes have been saved in PowerPoint presentation format ( pptx)

  2. Simply choose Save As from the File menu.

  3. Select the destination folder for your PowerPoint presentation.

  4. Click PowerPoint Show (*.ppt) in the Save as type drop-down menu. ppsx)

    The list of file types in PowerPoint includes "PowerPoint Show (.ppsx)".
  5. Choose to Save

If you want to impress your coworkers or clients with a polished version of your presentation, you can do so by saving it as a video and playing it back in that format.

Either an MPEG-4 video file ( mp4) or a wmv file Both formats can be streamed over the internet and are widely supported.

Here are some things to keep in mind before filming your presentation:

  • Your video can include a voiceover and timed laser pointer movements.

  • You have complete command over the video's file size and quality.

  • There's no reason why your film can't have animations and cuts.

  • There is no requirement for viewers to have PowerPoint in order to view it.

  • Embedded videos in your presentation will automatically start playing without any intervention from you.

  • The time required to produce a video for a presentation will vary greatly based on its content. Creating a lengthy presentation or one with animated slides and transitions and other media content will most likely take more time. While the video is being made, you can keep working in PowerPoint.

Some things that won't make it into a PowerPoint-made video:

  • Previous versions of PowerPoint with embedded media The media object can be upgraded or converted to accommodate this.

    If you're using PowerPoint 2007, for instance, the media you insert will be linked and play automatically. However, the embedded media will be removed when you save the file as a video. You can either upgrade the file by right-clicking the media object and selecting Upgrade from the menu that appears, or you can convert the file to the new file format (click the File tab, and under Info, click Convert).

  • Media encoded in QuickTime (unless a compatible third-party codec for QuickTime called ffdShow has been installed).

  • Macros

  • Toggle bars for OLE/ActiveX

The following are some ways you can distribute videos you've made:

Once the video has been completed, it can be shared on a website. With Microsoft Stream, employees can upload, watch, and share videos within the same company. PowerPoint for Microsoft 365 subscribers in education or business can use this service.  

  1. To publish to Microsoft Stream, go to File > Export > Publish.

    The button for publishing a video to Microsoft Stream
  2. Please provide a video title and description in the text box below.

  3. Alternately, you can decide if you want to restrict access to the video within your company:

    Options for publishing a video to Microsoft Stream
  4. Click the Publish button.

    Depending on the size of the video, the upload process could take a while. PowerPoint displays a message when the upload is complete and a status bar at the bottom of the window indicates the upload's status.

    PowerPoint notifies you when the upload is finished
  5. To watch the video on Microsoft Stream, just click the message.

Start with "What is Microsoft Stream?" for an overview of the service, which contrasts Office 365 Video with traditional cable and satellite television. Microsoft Streaming

  1. Click Save from the File menu to save your most recent PowerPoint presentation ( pptx)

  2. Select "Create a Video" under "File" > "Export" (Alternatively, select Export to Video from the Recordings tab of the ribbon.) )

  3. Select the desired video quality (that is, the desired resolution) from the first drop-down box found under the Create a Video heading. It's important to keep in mind that the higher the video quality, the bigger the file size will be. (It's possible you'll need to try a few out to find the one that best fits your requirements. )

    Option

    Resolution

    To be shown on

    Extra-High-Definition (12)

    Maximum image resolution of 3840 x 2160

    Huge screens

    In stunning 1080p resolution

    Large file size, 1920 x 1080 resolution

    Devices utilizing high definition screens and computers

    HD (720p)

    1280 by 720 pixels; average file size

    Web and video-disc

    Common (480p)

    Resolution: 852 x 480 (smallest file size)

    Mobile gadgets

    Note that if you're not running Windows 10, you can't select Ultra HD (4K).
    The Ultra HD (4K) option is not included in the PowerPoint 2016 Volume License edition.

  4. If your presentation has narration and timings, you can select that option in the second drop-down box under the Create a Video heading. (You have the option of changing this preference. )

    • The default value is "Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narrations," which means that timed narration will not be used if it has not been recorded.

      Each slide is shown for 5 seconds by default. In the box labeled "Seconds to spend on each slide," you can alter this duration. To extend or shorten the time, use the arrows to the right of the box.

    • Use Recorded Timings and Narration is selected by default if a timed narration has been recorded.

  5. Simply select the Make a Video button.

  6. Choose a location to store the video file, give it a name in the File name box, and then click Save.

  7. Choose MPEG-4 Video or Windows Media Video in the Save as type drop-down menu.

    The status bar at the bottom of your screen will update you on the video's creation as it goes. Depending on the length of the video and the intricacy of the presentation, the video production process may take several hours.

    For a long video, it's best to schedule its production for the night before. It'll be waiting for you the next morning in that case.

  8. Locate the folder in which you saved your finished video, and double-click the file inside.

When a PowerPoint Show file is opened, the viewer sees the presentation in full screen, Slide Show mode, rather than the usual edit mode. The presentation starts instantly, and the viewer begins to watch.

  1. Verify that your most recent changes have been saved in PowerPoint presentation format ( pptx)

  2. Choose Save As from the File menu.

  3. Determine where you'd like to save your PowerPoint presentation.

  4. Select "PowerPoint Show" (*.pps) in the "Save as type" drop-down menu. ppsx)

    The list of file types in PowerPoint includes "PowerPoint Show (.ppsx)".
  5. Click the Save button.

If you want to impress your coworkers or clients with a polished rendition of your presentation, you can do so by saving it as a video and playing it back in that format.

Your presentation can be saved in a variety of formats, including MPEG-4 video ( mp4) or a wmv file Both formats can be streamed online and are widely supported.

Here are some things to keep in mind before filming your presentation:

  • The video you create can include a voiceover and synchronized laser pointer movement.

  • You have complete command over the video's file size and quality.

  • Make use of transitions and animations in your film.

  • PowerPoint is not required for viewing by those who do not own the program.

  • Embedded videos in your presentation will automatically start playing without your intervention.

  • It could take some time to make a video for your presentation, depending on the material you plan to cover. Longer presentations, or those with elaborate animations, transitions, and media content, will naturally take more time to produce. While the video is being made, you can keep working in PowerPoint.

The following elements will be absent from any PowerPoint-made video:

  • Previous PowerPoints with embedded media The media object can be upgraded or converted to accommodate these additions.

    If the media was inserted in PowerPoint 2007, for instance, the links will work, and the media will play during the presentation. On the other hand, the embedded media will be removed if you choose to save the file in video format. You can either upgrade the file by right-clicking the media object and selecting Upgrade from the menu that appears, or you can convert the file to the new file format by selecting Convert from the File tab's Info section.

  • The media format QuickTime (unless you have the optional QuickTime codec ffdShow installed and have optimized for compatibility).

  • Macros

  • Toggle bars for OLE/ActiveX

The following are some ways you can distribute videos you've made:

Once you have your slides ready and have recorded any necessary timing, narrations, and laser pointer gestures, you are prepared to create a video file.

  1. If you want to make sure your most recent changes are saved in PowerPoint presentation format ( pptx)

  2. Select "Create a Video" under "File" > "Export"

  3. To customize the video's output resolution, click the first drop-down box labeled "Create a Video" and pick a quality setting. The larger the file size, the better the video quality. (You might try a few out to see which works best for you.) )

    Option

    Resolution

    Display purposes only

    Display Excellence

    Maximum file size is 1920 by 1080 pixels.

    Electronic devices and high-definition displays

    The State of the Internet

    Medium-sized files, 1280 by 720 pixels

    Web and video-disc

    Subpar Quality

    Smallest file size, 852 x 480 pixels

    Equipment that can be carried around

  4. Checking the second menu item under "Create a Video" indicates whether or not your presentation has narration and timings. (You have the option of changing this preference. )

    • Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narrations is selected as the default if timed narration has not been recorded.

      Each slide is shown for 5 seconds by default. There's a timer for how long you want to spend on each slide, and you can adjust it in the box labele In order to extend or shorten the time, use the arrows to the right of the box.

    • Use Recorded Timings and Narrations is selected by default if a timed narration has been recorded.

  5. To make a video, select Create Video.

  6. Simply give the video a name in the File name box, select a destination folder, and then click Save.

  7. To save the file, select MPEG-4 Video or Windows Media Video from the drop-down menu.

    The status bar at the bottom of your screen will update you on the video's creation as it goes. Depending on the video's length and complexity, the production process can take several hours.

    The creation of a lengthy video can be scheduled for the night. This will ensure that it is waiting for you the following morning.

  8. Locate the folder in which you saved your finished video, and double-click the file inside.

When a PowerPoint Show file is opened, the viewer sees the presentation in full screen, Slide Show mode, rather than edit mode. The presentation starts playing instantly, and the viewer starts watching.

  1. You can double-check that your most recent work has been saved in PowerPoint presentation format by selecting Save from the File menu ( pptx)

  2. Select Save As from the File menu.

  3. To save your PowerPoint presentation, select the folder you'd like it saved to.

  4. Select PowerPoint Show (*.ppt) from the Save as type menu. ppsx)

    The list of file types in PowerPoint includes "PowerPoint Show (.ppsx)".
  5. Choose the Save option.

If you want to impress your coworkers or clients with a polished rendition of your presentation, you can do so by saving it as a video and playing it back in that format.

Presentations made in PowerPoint 2013 and later can be exported as an MPEG-4 video file ( mp4) or a wmv file Both formats can be streamed online and have wide support.

Here are a few things to keep in mind before filming your presentation:

  • Your video's voiceover and laser pointer movements can be recorded and timed separately.

  • You have complete command over the video's file size and quality.

  • The video you create can have animations and transitions.

  • It can be viewed by anyone, regardless of whether or not they have PowerPoint.

  • You won't need to do anything to make an embedded video work in your presentation.

  • A video for your presentation could take a while to make, depending on its length and complexity. Making a lengthy presentation or one with lots of fancy transitions, animations, and media will take more time. Good news: PowerPoint can be kept open throughout the video production process.

Some things that won't make it into a PowerPoint-made video:

  • Previous versions of PowerPoint with embedded media The media object can be upgraded or converted to accommodate these additions.

    With PowerPoint 2007, the media will be linked and playable in the presentation if you insert it. If you save the file as a video, however, the embedded media will be removed. In order to embed and export the file properly, you can either convert the file to the new file format (click the File tab, and under Info, click Convert), or you can right-click the media object and then click to upgrade.

  • Content encoded in QuickTime (unless you have the optional QuickTime codec ffdShow installed and have made the necessary compatibility adjustments).

  • Macros

  • Windows Forms and OLE/ActiveX

The following are some ways you can distribute your videos after you've made them:

You're ready to make a video file once you've made your slides, recorded your timing and narration, and practiced your laser pointer gestures.

Format: mp4

Resolution cap at 1280 x 720 pixels

  1. To make sure your most recent changes have been permanently saved in PowerPoint presentation format ( pptx)

  2. Select Save & Send from the File menu.

    Create a video
  3. In the menu that appears, select Create a video under Save & Send.

  4. Under Create a video, click the down arrow next to Computer & HD Displays to see all available options for video quality and size.

  5. You can select a video quality from the list below. (You might try a few out to see which ones work best for you. )

    The choice here

    Produces a video file that has

    A Computer and High-Definition Screens

    Files are huge and of a very high quality.

    Web & Disc

    File size and quality are both about average.

    Mobile Electronics

    The smallest file size possible with the lowest quality.

  6. To disable the use of recorded timings and narrations, use the arrow down next to Use Recorded Timings and Narrations.

    • Click the button labeled "Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narration" if you did not record your voice narration and the timing of your laser pointer's movements.

      Each slide will automatically advance after 5 seconds. To modify this, click the plus sign to add more time between slides or the minus sign to cut back on the amount of time spent on each slide.

    • You can use the narration and timings you recorded by selecting Use Recorded Timings and Narrations.

  7. Select the Record button.

  8. Specify the destination folder for the video by clicking the arrow next to Save in the Save as dialog box, giving the file a name, and then clicking Save.

    The video's production status will be displayed in the status bar at the bottom of your screen. The time required to create a video can range from a few minutes to several hours.

    A helpful hint for making a long video is to schedule it to be made while you sleep. That way, you can have it waiting for you the next morning.

  9. Your freshly-made video can be viewed by navigating to the folder you specified and double-clicking the file contained therein.

PowerPoint Show files, as opposed to being opened in edit mode, display in full-screen Slide Show mode. The presentation starts playing instantly, and the viewer begins watching.

  1. Click Save from the File menu to save your most recent PowerPoint presentation ( pptx)

  2. Go to Save As under File in the menu bar.

  3. Select the folder you'd like to save your PowerPoint presentation in.

  4. Select PowerPoint Show (*.ppt) in the Save as type drop-down menu. ppsx)

    The list of file types in PowerPoint includes "PowerPoint Show (.ppsx)".
  5. Choose to Save

Save your presentation as a video and play it for coworkers or clients when you want to show them the best quality possible (as an e-mail attachment, online, on a CD or DVD).

Your presentation will be saved in Windows Media Video (.wmv) format in PowerPoint 2010. wmv) file (You don't have to use the comma to separate clauses in If you have a file saved in the Windows Media Video (.wmv) format and would like to save it in a different format, such as avi or mov )

Here are a few things to keep in mind before shooting your presentation on video:

  • You can add a voiceover and sync the movement of a laser pointer to the audio in your video.

  • The video's quality and file size are both under your control.

  • Make use of transitions and animations in your film.

  • Presentation software such as PowerPoint is not required for viewing.

  • Embedded videos in your presentation will automatically start playing without your intervention.

  • It could take some time to make a video for your presentation, depending on the material you plan to cover. Making a lengthy presentation or one with lots of fancy transitions, animations, and media content will take more time. While the video is being made, you can keep working in PowerPoint.

The following elements will be absent from any PowerPoint-made video:

  • Versions of PowerPoint with embedded media The media object can be upgraded or converted in order to include these.

    If you're using PowerPoint 2007, for instance, the media you insert will be linked and play automatically. When saving the file as a video, however, any embedded media will be removed. You can either upgrade the file by right-clicking the media object and selecting Upgrade from the menu that appears, or you can convert the file to the new file format by selecting Convert from the File tab's Info section.

  • Media created in QuickTime (unless you have the third-party QuickTime codec ffdShow installed and have optimized for compatibility).

  • Macros

  • Components that use the Object Linking and Embedding (OLE/ActiveX

Following the production of your video, you can distribute it using the following means:

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