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Giveaway of the day — mediAvatar PowerPoint to Video Converter Personal

Powerful, easy-to-use, and versatile PowerPoint to video converter offering the most ideal way to convert your PowerPoint presentations to different format video files.
$39.99 EXPIRED
User rating: 231 (30%) 545 (70%) 52 comments

mediAvatar PowerPoint to Video Converter Personal was available as a giveaway on July 6, 2011!

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mediAvatar PowerPoint to Video Converter PersonalThe brand-new way to share your PowerPoint presentations, either by playing via PC’s media players, or HD devices or players, or taking them on the go with iPod, iPhone, PSP or BlackBerry, or showing them to thousands of audiences on the web, would be using this mediAvatar PowerPoint to Video Converter Personal! “Generally convert”, “record then convert”, or “fast convert”, choose different converting ways under different situations, it has never been easier to convert your PowerPoint presentations.

Key features:

  • Convert PPTs to video formats: AVI, H.264, WMV, MP4, MOV, FLV, etc.;
  • Convert PPTs to 1080p HD-formats: HD AVI, HD H.264, HD MPEG-2 TS;
  • Play video presentations on iPod, iPhone, PSP, BlackBerry, or share them on the internet;
  • Rehearse the PowerPoint presentation, and record the whole rehearsal with your own commentaries, then convert it to a video just like a live speech or lesson;
  • Added background music and watermarks while retain original music and effects to your target PowerPoint video.

System Requirements:

Windows XP (SP2 or later)/ Vista/ 7


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File Size:

79.2 MB



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Product worked perfectly. Handy product.
I'm annoyed anyway that in Terms and Conditions weren't explained product just converts the first 20 slides and not ALL slides from a presentation.
"Terms and conditions - Please note that the software you download and install during the Giveaway period comes with the following important limitations: 1) No free technical support; 2) No free upgrades to future versions; 3) Strictly personal usage."


Reply   |   Comment by Lucio Ribeiro  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Installed, registered, Win 7 64 bit, no problem. Had to create a PowerPoint(Office 2007)slideshow to see if it worked, I had nothing saved. Many hours & 180 photos later, PowerPoint works fine. However, got sick of waiting for this program to convert it to video. After 5 hours, still only a part of the 180 photos (maybe too many?)had been converted. Also, had to turn off my integrated mike to avoid outside conversations being recorded. Once the program started, couldn't access anything else on my computer, took up the whole desktop & no option to minimise. Shame, if it had worked, as advertised, this would have been perfect for me. Unless I'm doing something really wrong, thumbs down.

Reply   |   Comment by Terri, from Australia  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

If as stated the thumbs down are because the malority use Open Office, I think Here is an golden gift. By formating it for OO they will increase their prospetive audience by over 200%.

Reply   |   Comment by JB  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

Works perfectly with OpenOffice Presentations if you save them in PowerPoint format so those suggesting that it needs to "work with OpenOffice" don't really know how to work OpenOffice!

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

#4 - That's what everyone does here. Whine about how pitiful the software is, typically before they even decide not to even download it. You must be new around here...

Reply   |   Comment by Rushman  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Installed with no difficulty. Said registration was successful. On launch, program completely unresponsive. Tried several times but had to stop with Task Manager. Uninstalled. Too bad - sounded like something I could have used.

Reply   |   Comment by Tom in IL  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

ok... just installed it.. installs fine... run it... get some weird popup for a second about something not working. Not on for long enough to find out what it is that's not working. Program loads... load PPT. select directory to save to, name it... click on convert... immediately it says its done converting and... ... ... no file converted or saved.

Doesn't work. try the free options or in Office 2010 do the conversion with the built in video converter under save & send.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

This is great. Simple interface, quick to use.

Converted my test PowerPoint file into a video that looks good.

Reply   |   Comment by Eric  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

apeared to install ok under 32bit vista home premium SP2 but when executed either as admin or not, the gui just hangs, using 0% CPU and not accepting any mouse events at all, about option in the task bar buttons context menu just "dings" and does nothing further, suffice to say it is impossible to activate as well since the GUI does not respond to any attempts at user interaction. on launch it spawns an instance of powerpnt.exe that remains after ppt2video.exe is forcably ended using task manager and it too needs to be end-tasked too.
Sadly this is curently unusable for me in its current form.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Those complaining that it won't work with OpenOffice Presentation files have forgotten that OpenOffice happily saves in the .ppt format PowerPoint works with.

The software then works perfectly converting my OpenOffice presentation into an .avi video.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

This time it worked. Software installed and registered. Someone else had the suggestion to increase the number of video sizes because the top video size is 520x576 but they were wrong. From what I see it does up to 1920x1080. You must choose the correct profile to get different size options. I like the presets but being able to set a custom size would still be nice.

This looks to be a useful tool if you use PowerPoint for your presentations. The button to record the PowerPoint presentation process and convert it to the desired video format also looks handy although it would be handier if you could choose the microphone as your sound source to narrate your show as it goes.

All in all a useful piece of software but I much prefer designing my presentations using Keynote which also lets me export to video and the transitions are of a much higher quality compared to PowerPoint.

Reply   |   Comment by Seanl  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I'm gonna have to rate this software down - oh I like it a lot, just that over 300 people rated it down, they can't all be wrong...

Seriously folks, this whole rating business is useless.

If you look at those thumbs up and (mostly) down, you'll never know what's good, because most guys are just plain unhappy with EVERYTHING. In the pre-GAOTD days they'd have been happy for a free screen saver, today, if it is not a whole Office Suite, they'll rate it down. Golly!

Reply   |   Comment by Hobo  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

installed perfectally after My inital mess-up. had as incripted download file. installed, opened from desktop, ran after reg. # entered as registered. looks great. same warning as to all MS power point not installed. converted file, copied to DVD!; played back file after quick convert, put on DVD. Bingo!. Great program on Win Vista Home.

Reply   |   Comment by Martin Pierce  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Same problem as 32. Got the GUI but it was all greyed out. Could not select. Could not close. Had to open task manager to kill it. Rebooted. Reinstalled. Same problem. Modern HP 4g Firefox Vista all up to date and current.
Did give a clean uninstall.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Seemed to hang during install. but it finally finished. When starting it, I got the task bar icon, but nothing on the desktop. Clicking the task bar icon (I'm not talking about the quick launch icon) made the program pop up, but it was dead. Had to kill it via the task manager.

Uninstall and installed, rebooted, and the same thing. win64 XP x64.

Reply   |   Comment by Jerry F.  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#10: "Will this wirk with Office 2010... I was wandering it that causes a problem with anything. Please let me know if this works with 2010."

If it helps...
I didn't see an awful lot of info using Google -- I'd guess that most Office users don't need & so don't install any of the viewers, so there's probably not been a great deal of testing... I mean why would you install a viewer you didn't need? That said, the few problems I did see reported all had to do with other apps or plug-ins that used PowerPoint -- nothing about problems with any version of PowerPoint at all. Note that if you search longer you might come up with more.

My own approach in win7, again if it helps at all, is to use a VM for something like this, with its higher install impact & greater potential for problems... It's a bit of a pain to set up a VM -- it's the same as installing Windows anywhere else -- but once you have one VM, you can generally have as many as you want to copy/paste, or backup/restore to a new virtual disk etc. Running in a VM PowerPoint to Video is slower, but sitting/running in the background it can take as long as it likes & not effect my Office install or anything else. [Note: if you want to try the copy/paste approach mentioned to duplicate VMs, you might want to check out VirtualBox rather than VPC, as V/Box lets you specify the MAC address, one of the suspected triggers for re-activation.]

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

mediAvatar's PowerPoint to Video Converter records PowerPoint presentations you import -- you can accomplish the same thing using screen capture software to record your desktop while giving a presentation or while playing a presentation file. In the plus column, it takes less horsepower when you don't actually display the presentation -- in the negative column you're limited to files the PowerPoint Viewer can play, your graphics hardware *might* boost the display quality if you were using it [giving you higher quality video], & you're limited to a canned presentation, without any pauses, emphasis, added explanations, &/or highlights you might add live. Another option (& one that's come down a lot in price) is to record your presentation externally, taking the work load off for example a notebook that may not be as powerful as you'd wish -- you might use a USB or other type of video out adapter connected to a recorder, maybe a small DVR or DVD Recorder [I've seen several small, inexpensive mpg4 camcorders that double as DVRs]. PowerPoint to Video Converter will record in several formats, & while not nearly as many as found in mediAvatar's video converters, probably enough for you to work with. You can add text or image watermarks, but only for the entire video, not particular frames or slides. Included in the Tools -> Preferences is a audio hardware test, which might be a nice idea if it works for you -- it didn't seem to do anything in tests. If I remember correctly in the past when a PowerPoint to video app was on GOTD there were a lot of complaints that it wouldn't work with the Viewer, but required a full PowerPoint install -- today's GOTD makes it seem like some folks paid attention. :-)

I think that most PC/laptop users are intelligent folks, & that's to be respected... Personally I don't like installation routines/packages that IMHO insult that intelligence, in this case adding a Microsoft PowerPoint viewer for everyone, whether you've got PowerPoint installed or not -- I think you're smart enough to know if you've got PowerPoint installed, & if you needed the viewer you could certainly check a box or run a separate setup.exe. That said, & the mini-rant to respect users done... Setup includes/installs one of the C++ runtimes [vcredist_x86.exe], the PowerPoint Viewer [PowerPointViewer.exe], & a fix for that viewer [powerpointviewer2007sp2-kb953332-fullfile-en-us.exe]. The "mediAvatar" program folder has 739 files, 14 folders, ~58 MB, while a folder with the same name is added to User App/Application Data holding a couple of .js files. Out of the 6,811 new registry entries recorded, the mediAvatar PowerPoint to Video Converter seems to account for 2 mediAvatar keys + one for uninstall -- the rest are because of the C++ runtime, the PowerPoint Viewer, & the hotfix. I counted 80 C++ related files in several folders added to Windows\WinSxS, 20 files & a few folders added to Windows\Installer, 2 dozen new fonts installed, a new MSECache folder with 4 files, 2 folders, ~27 MB, a new Microsoft Office folder having 15 files, 2 folders, ~29 MB, new VC, OFFICE11, & OFFICE12 folders added to Common Files\ Microsoft Shared [10 new files counted], & finally msvcr71.dll is added to Windows system folder.

Without PowerPoint installed, starting the PowerPoint to Video Converter a pop-up warns that "Rapid Convert & Presentation Recording are not supported as Microsoft PowerPoint is not installed" -- you can turn that pop-up off, which is cool, but I can't help but get annoyed by buttons that don't do anything, like the "Know More" link on that pop-up message. You add one or more .ppt files, select your output format, a destination folder for your new video(s), & on the right side of the program window set the file name, frame size, bit rate [quality], fps, delay between slides, & whether to use the .ppt file's audio or a separate audio file. Using Process Explorer [SysInternals at Microsoft] I didn't see the app using anything really unusual in the way of files/processes. PowerPoint to Video Converter does however use a fair bit of resources just sitting there, not doing anything -- this seems to be the app itself rather than one of the processes or files used, & it seems to have a bit of network activity [in Process Explorer select ppt2video.exe, right-click -> properties, & go to & watch the Disk & Network tab for a bit].

To me the purpose of a presentation is to present info in a way that's clearer, in a way that helps you sell whatever you're selling, whether that happens to be a product or an idea. A presentation that doesn't add anything, doesn't do anything more than a brochure IMHO shouldn't exist -- if nothing else the delay between slides is either too long or too short unless you give the viewer control, & if they click for each slide they might as well go to the next page in a PDF. Again *to me*, a presentation is more likely "worth it" when it's animated &/or you're listening to the presenter as they explain or make their pitch in front of real people instead of a speech they've polished, edited, & canned -- you're more inclined to pay attention lest you miss something. But you don't always have a choice or enough time or enough reason, & if/when that's the case you want to turn a .ppt file into a video the most painless way possible, mediAvatar's PowerPoint to Video Converter may be a good solution. Installation has a higher impact, & I've no doubt that having the Viewer + PowerPoint installed may cause some people headaches/hassles, probably more with 3rd party apps/plug-ins from doing a quick Google -- if it were me I'd probably add it to a VM [Virtual Machine] where I could run it in the background & wouldn't have to worry about any of that stuff, but then not everyone has Office installed either.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Very negative experience: after I have changed default temp directory setting it to D:, many of my files of D: are vanished! So DON'T CHANGE IT!

Reply   |   Comment by Gabriel  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Installed/registered fine on XP but when it opened had no background to the GUI display. Could just make out enough of the UI panel to find the alternative "default skin" which populated most of the UI but not all. Weird - is my download corrupted in some way? Still, its usable enough to test. Seems to run nice and quick and the output quality is better than previous PPT2Video offerings but still not exactly crystal clear which is a pity. I'm a big fan of Powerpoint and would like to use it more in website graphics.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

It looked like it had hung up while installing, but actually it did complete the installation finally. When it got to installing the PowerPoint viewer with the "/quiet" switch, it was then it seemed to hang. Perhaps because I already had the viewer on the computer? Hoewever, I left it running and after nearly ten minutes, it installed.

The rest of the program took less than ten seconds to install, so it was just something odd with the viewer.

Reply   |   Comment by TeeK  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I have never had a problem with the good software GAOTD offers through this website, but during installation on XP SP3 Q9550 system, with Microsoft Office 2007 Pro installed, the installation of this mediAvatar product would hang at the execute PowerpointViewer.exe/quiet statement. After closing with Task Manager installation would complete, but each time the program is run an error message appears informing me of a problem with Microsoft Powerpoint. Have had to uninstall as I don't want my paid software to be corrupted in any way. Other products from mediAvatar have worked well in the past, so I think this is unusual.

Reply   |   Comment by ozclogwog  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#18 Giovanni, you got it wrong buddy, the vast majority of people here today (so far) received negative ratings for their comments and that's the reason of the low positive ratings of the SW offered. Nothing to do with its quality. Have a comment of Ashraf, Mike or Fubar, even yours, and the general positive rating will shoot up to the triple.

Reply   |   Comment by Purrete  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I know why there are so many thumbs down.
It won't run.
Installed without a problem, double-click....nothing.
Tried uninstall/reinstall....still nothing, won't even open up to register.

Oh, and during uninstall there's a pop-up that leads to their product homepage. No help for the program either.

For those that got it to run, I envy you. I've never had a problem before, even with other "problem" downloads from GAOTD.

First time for everything I guess.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeffrey J. Hogard  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

First it wouldn't download so I downloaded it on my Mac and unzipped it. Now it won't install. It starts to but then nothing. Running Windows XP

Reply   |   Comment by Seanl  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

For those of you who have a copy of PowerPoint 2010, you can convert to video with one click in PowerPoint itself without any 3rd party software. You can see how here: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/convert-powerpoint-2010-presentation-video-click/

Reply   |   Comment by ibssguy  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

As a party will be foundet in Switzerland because of the boringness of PowerPoint presentations, refer http://diepresse.com/home/techscience/hightech/674901/AntiPowerPointPartei-in-der-Schweiz-gegruendet
this software may be the right answer. Because it enables free jumps to any position without taking all in between slides. And now we can add any vocal explanations to any film.

The program installs very easy and fast. You only need powerpoint presentations, and I hope that the sound off the resulting file will not disappear, as some commentators have already discovered. Software has nice and easy GUI.

Reply   |   Comment by Loqman  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

Have a .pps and it loaded it quickly, only 14 slides. supposed to let you check boxes on slides you want to eliminate from the conversion; however, when one was clicked or unclicked, they all followed suite. The rapid convert button was greyed out, which meant it would merely view the scenes, nothing more. Everyone here is mentioning .ppt files; however, their website for this product states:

High Compatibility

Supports all PowerPoint presentation file types created with all PowerPoint versions: ppt, pptx, pptm, ppsx, pps, ppsm, potx, potm, pot made by Microsoft PowerPoint XP, 2003, 2007 and 2010.;

So...I have Office 2007 on my Win 7 64-bit laptop. Registered fine. No idea what's wrong; no other files to play with.

Reply   |   Comment by Kathy  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Hey folks - don't misinterpret the system requirements. NO, you don't have to install PowerPoint - the software can convert a .PPT extension file whether or not Microsoft PowerPoint is installed. But if you don't have PowerPoint, you're not going to be able to edit the file prior to converting, and you're not going to have access to any of the features that require the PowerPOint .EXE - for example rapid conversion. Remember that OpenOffice, GoogleDocs , etc. are not PowerPoint. Even if they can 'save as' a .PPT extension, that file may or may not be compatible with this converter. Also be very careful gray market Microsoft. It is rampant here in Indonesia and will not create "good" .PPT format 4U.

Thank you

Mr.Brad Lee (Micronesia)

Reply   |   Comment by Bradlee TheDawg  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

This is great software. A typical low score I believe by people who don't even download the software and try it.
Within minutes of this software being available it had a low score but how do people manage to download it and try it out within about 3 minutes.
Thanks for this software.

Reply   |   Comment by William  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

#18. I think you use the label "noobs" wrongly. My school pushes its students to use open office because it's free. I have office 2010 on my laptop and 07 on my desktop. The power point in 2010 allows you to output to video. I've not used it yet but I do have another PPT to Video program on my laptop I got from GAOTD a long time ago. I've used it and it worked well.

Reply   |   Comment by tc1uscg  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Add to #20 above. Here is a screen shot:


Reply   |   Comment by floridaman339  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

This is definitely a good program that does what it claims flawlessly....so THUMBS UP from me, although its big size (80 MB for a program like this seems to me too much)!!




To convert PPT to DVD for FREE:

E.M. Free PowerPoint Video Converter (7 MB in size only ==> see first link above) + DVD FLICK (http://www.dvdflick.net/)

And finally to convert PPT to PDF for FREE:


Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

Another great program from GAOTD - Installed on Win7 64 bit without a hitch. Originally using Wondershare product, but made files huge and took too long to build them. This program is easy to use and fast - only problem we had was it clipped off the background sound prematurely at the end of the video on the finished product. Other than that great program.

Reply   |   Comment by Sea Turtle  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

I have free Softmaker Office 2008 and usually save the files as ppt. This program quickly and accuratedly converted them. Thanks mediAvatar and GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Tex Jay  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)

Installed on Windows 7 32-bit. tried with old .ppt file. Said slide count 0, duration --. (Actual slide count 16 with 4 second auto advance). No music, no animations. Really simple show.

Didn't convert, didn't work.

Reply   |   Comment by floridaman339  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Installs fine on Windows 7 x64, converted a pptx quickly and created an avi. Variety of framerates and file formats offered. No warnings, no problems, it just worked.

They have dozens of preset output profiles or you can use custom settings. Also allows you to select slide timings from the file or set your own. Can also add in audio from the file or select a separate source.

Simply does what it's intended to do.

Reply   |   Comment by furiousd  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

# Julia

The reason why mediAvatar Powerpoint to Video Converter has received so many thumbs down is because most people here use Open Office instead of Microsoft Office....as simple as that...LOL!

I don't know if you are a NOOBS or not, but here people usually rate a SW according to its usefulness instead of its features.

That's why I usually don't care of the GAOTD (misleading) rating users whenever I have to decide whether or not to download a program here.

Cheers from Italy.

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

Just created a .ppt file in Open Office Presentation and converted with to an AVI with this give away. Output vid is good quality and all transition effects were in tact. Allows user to add audio, convert between many popular video file types (profiles) (AVI,MOV,FLV,MPEG4, H.264 MPEG4 and mobile devices (iPhone, Blackberry, etc.). Does an excellent job at what does.

@ John "Rapid Convert and Presentation Recording are not supported because Microsoft PowerPoint is not installed, but it is still available to convert PPT file to video"...simply means to use these features, (as they are probably hooks for MS PowerPoint) that you need MS Office as they do not "hook" into Open/Libre Office. Although either one can export to FLV out-of-the-box and can be converted with other apps.

@ Davena I am sure that it may have removed the viewer due to you having the full PowerPoint program installed so you would not need a viewer. I assume it will work fine. If you have any issues, just save your file from .pptx to .ppt and you should be able to convert your presentation without issue.

Overall, this is a nice application and it is nice to see that you do NOT need MS Office installed too use this program. As most of the MS Office apps given away here only work as a plugin or hook for Microsoft products.

Reply   |   Comment by Chaotic Tech  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)

Looked very promising so I downloaded and tested it.
* Handles PPT animations with precision, including motion and timing.
* easy to use, simple interface.

* Leaves the PPT program running in background after you exit MediaAvatar. You have to close PPT in task manager for PPT's slide show mode to work properly.
* Although adding sound worked perfectly in my first test, it stopped working with the second and subsequent test. Still can't get added sound to carry over into the resulting video.

Reply   |   Comment by truthfetish  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)

Its getting a huge thumbs down because hardly anyone has any use for it. I have many large powerpoint presentations, one has 274 slides. But it works just fine as it is.

Reply   |   Comment by roger  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Excellent piece of software: tens of thumbs up!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Martin  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-25)

Yes, like others, i also wonder why it has received so many thumbs down. Only 1 minute after it's published, i saw already 8 downs. Weird! I will definitely install this but i'd like to know its impact to my system. I hope mike or fubar will mention this.
Thanks to everyone

Reply   |   Comment by Ozawa  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Highly Recommended! Installed on Windows XP Pro SP3.

Installed no Problem. Converted a 3 minute PP with no problems. Add watermarks and music to output video!

You can still convert a power point file if you don't have Power Point installed.

A lot of other PP converters require that you have a PP program installed.

I also recommend "mediaAvatar HD Converter". I use this program all the time for video conversions and it is one of the better converters out there.

Thank you "mediAvatar Software Studio" and GOTD for this great giveaway.

Reply   |   Comment by Mr Pippers  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

That was supposed to say work with Office 2010.

Reply   |   Comment by Davena  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-21)

Will this wirk with Office 2010. I just upgraded from 2007 to 2010 and one of the requirements was to remove Power Point Viewer 2007 (at least I am almost positive). If this installs PPT Viewer, I was wandering it that causes a problem with anything. Please let me know if this works with 2010. I did look at the site to see if there was any information about this.

Reply   |   Comment by Davena  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-18)

Just downloaded, looks good so far, Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Bob  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-31)

Win XP Sp 3 Installed and registered Ok after windows increased virtual memory .

I have not had a chance to play with it yet, but I do not understand why foreign vendors don't get someone to proof read every thing.

From the tips
Click button to convert PPT file at UNEXPECTEDLY high speed.

I was then expecting something like this :
Should you choose not to complete your mission this message will self destruct after 10 seconds

Reply   |   Comment by Peter B  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-23)

I wonder why mediAvatar Powerpoint to Video Converter has received so many thumbs down. Perhaps it's simply because it's a converter, and we tend to see rather a lot of them given away. Or maybe it's because the product name so pointedly excludes business use, which isn't what we want to see. Whatever the reason, I tend to doubt that it's because people have tried the product and found it wanting.

I've installed this program, and I've converted several long technical presentations that I've had for a while, and have never got round to watching. Installation was smooth and easy. The program is very easy to use. It looks and feels well designed and no-nonsense. The conversion rate is somewhat slow, but the output is high quality and not bloated, so I'm very happy. There's a fast conversion option available if you'd prefer to trade off quality for speed, which is a nice feature. I'll definitely be keeping this program for occasional use.

Video really is a far more convenient format for watching presentations than PowerPoint (or OpenOffice/LibreOffice), so I'd encourage anyone who is deliberating over this to give one to it a try. I doubt you'll be disappointed.

Thanks to mediAvatar and GOTD for this useful giveaway.

Reply   |   Comment by Julia  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)

Very nice software! Took an old presentation I did a few years ago for speech class and added a tune to it that matched the slide transitions. BTW: This installs PowerPoint Viewer 2007, not PowerPoint, so you will need an existing PowerPoint file or create one using other software. Thanks mediAvatar and GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by OSEmuTech  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+34)

I don't understand why this wonderful software is being down rated! To me todays offer is awesome.. Thanks GOATD and the developers.

Reply   |   Comment by Abraham  –  11 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-26)
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