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Description: Acoolsoft PPT to DVD Pro is a PowerPoint converter that enables users to burn PowerPoint to DVD or convert PowerPoint to videos such as AVI, WMV, MPEG, MP4, MOV, FLV and 3GP with excellent quality.With a few clicks, a WOW DVD slideshow, movie or photo album will be produced with all features in the original PowerPoint retained such as animations, transitions, sounds, video clips, and internal hyperlinks.
How PPT to DVD will help you:
1.PPT to DVD enables you to view your PowerPoint presentations without the need of a MS Office installed computer. Only a DVD machine will be enough.
2.DVD discs produced by PPT to DVD are ideal for you to share and deliver your presentations.
3.PPT to DVD can help you prevent your PowerPoint presentations unauthorized modification.
Features of PPT to DVD:
1.Refreshing and intuitive user interface.
2.Simple optional settings before conversion.
3.Burn PowerPoint to DVD or convert PowerPoint to video automatically.
4.Batch conversion for up to 12 presentations at one time
5.Up to 14 output video choices when converting PowerPoint to video
System Requirements: CPU: Pentium 4 / Athlon 1.6 GHz or above; RAM: 256 MB or above: 5 GB Free Space
Change Info: 1. Compatible with Office 2010. 2. Fixed the distortion problem of playing DVD on TV. 3. Fixed the bug of conversion failure under Office 2000. 4. Fixed the bug of DVD menu including blank frames.
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