PowerDVDPoint is a powerful conversion tool that allows to convert PowerPoint presentations to DVD format. View the converted presentations without the use of a computer and easily distribute slideshows to Clients and Friends.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: PowerDVDPoint is a comprehensive and efficient conversion tool that helps you to easily burn your professional looking PowerPoint presentations (.pptx, .ppsx, .ppt and .pps) to DVD video format supported by your system. The converted output retains all the features of the original PowerPoint presentation effects like Transition, Sound, Video clips and Animations effects on slides. There is no distortion or loss of any PowerPoint effects on the output video. The converted PowerPoint presentations can be played on TV or PROJECTOR with the help of DVD remote control. The repeat and rewind control allow for unattended exhibition of your presentations. PowerDVDPoint supports all versions of Microsoft PowerPoint, with a user friendly interface that do not require any coding or multimedia editing tools. The software supports Batch conversion and Digital Signage viewing. The converted output file has all the features of orginal PowerPoint presentation can be viewed like Animated Movies.
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