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How to Convert PowerPoint into Video

August 13, 2020 |

PowerPoint is probably by far the most popular presentation software , and with its powerful features and free templates from GreatPPT, people can quickly create beautiful presentations. But not everyone has PowerPoint installed on their device, when you want to share your PowerPoint files on YouTube, or with colleagues who don’t have PowerPoint, converting PowerPoint presentations into video files is a good idea. How to Convert PowerPoint into Video Select File > Export > Create a video. Select the quality of the video: Ultra HD (4K) – Largest file size and ultra-high quality (3840 x 2160). Full HD (1080p) – Large file size and full high quality (1920 x 1080). HD (720p) – Medium file size and moderate quality (1280 x 720). Standard (480p) – Smallest file size and lowest quality (852 x 480). Decide if you want to: Use Recorded Timings and Narrations Don’t Use Recorded Timings and Narrations In the Seconds spent on each slide box, select the…    read more 

How to make your presentation more visual and effective

How to make your presentation more visual and effective

July 21, 2020 |

Looking for quick tips on how to create more effective presentations? You want to make your PowerPoint slides more visual, but aren’t sure how? Here are some simple tips that may help, of course, you can also make a quick presentation using the free powerpoint template from Greatppt.com. Reduce the text on your slides Bullet points do not convey information effectively to the presenter, so they break the text into keywords and arrange them into shapes that are easy to animate. Show the location on the map If you have a list of locations in your presentation, animating it on a map shows the extent of your growth or catchment area and helps the audience connect locations and Spaces to the company. Add color hints Use color language as shorthand for slides – red for error, green for correctness, yellow and black for danger. Or use an understanding of the…    read more