How to Convert PowerPoint to Video

“I want to upload my PowerPoint slide on YouTube. How do I convert it into a video?”

The PowerPoint by Microsoft Office is by far the most popular program for creating presentations. The software is used by millions and comes with different layouts and tools. It is a professional program.

But when it comes to converting the document into a video, users get baffled. Converting the file into a video is a more convenient way of releasing the information. So, it is easy to convert PowerPoint to video; the steps are laid out in the article below, check it out.

Although the conversion from a PowerPoint document to a video is a simple transition, many users have a different opinion about the task. The transition is easier than you might have thought. We have detailed 2 most effective ways to convert PowerPoint to video, below. Check out the steps.

Option 1. Convert PowerPoint to Video via PowerPoint

In this part, we will be using MS Office itself as a PPT to video converter. MS Office is a versatile program with numerous capabilities.

Now, the MS Office has different versions; though all the versions are capable of the task, the procedure itself is a bit different. So, check out our guides below.

1.1. For Office PowerPoint 365

Step 1: Open the PowerPoint document and save it as PPTX.

Step 2: After that, click on the ‘File’ option and select ‘Export’.

Step 3: Then, click on ‘Create a Video’.

Now, a drop menu will appear with several video resolutions to choose from. You will have options like Ultra HD, also known as 4K. There is also Full HD, HD, and the Standard options available. The 4K option is only available for Windows 10.

Step 4: After completing the selection, click on ‘Create Video’. Then, name the file and click ‘Save.’

Step 5: In the ‘Save As Type’ box; you need to choose between 2 options. Your options are ‘MPEG-4 Video and Windows Media Video’.

1.2. For Office PowerPoint 2016-2019

The steps are completely similar for MS office version 2016 and 2019.

1.3. For Office PowerPoint 2013

Step 1: Run the PowerPoint and save the document.

Step 2: Then, click on the ‘File’ option, and select ‘Export’ and then ‘Create a Video’.

Here, you will also have a drop menu for the selection of video resolution, but the options are different. You will have to choose from 3 options: Presentation Quality, Internet Quality, and Low Quality.

Step 3: After selecting the resolution, click on ‘Create Video’.

Step 4: Then, name the file, and save it. After that, go to ‘Save As Type’. In the box, you need to choose between ‘MPEG-4 Video and Windows Media Video’.

1.4. for Office PowerPoint 2010

On MS Office 2010, the video will be converted to MP4, and the maximum video resolution would be 1280*720.

  • Step 1: First, save the PPT document, and click on the ‘File’ menu. Select ‘Save & Send’.

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  • Step 2: Under the ‘Save & Send’ option, you will find ‘Create a Video’.
  • Step 3: If you want to choose the video resolution, click on ‘Computer & HD Displays’. The options are Computer & HD Displays, Internet & DVD, and Portable devices.
  • Step 4: Then, click on ‘Don’t Use Recorded Timings and Narrations’. There are 3 options and choose accordingly.
  • Step 5: After that, click on ‘Create Video’; name the file, and save it.

Option 2. Convert PowerPoint to Video via PPT to Video Converter

In this part, we will be discussing PPT to video converter online. These are several such services available online. There are a lot of users who prefer to use these online services, as they are very convenient.

But the fact is, the success rate with such services is pretty low, and it is hard to find a genuine online conversion service.

So, after searching for a while, we found a Chrome Extension called ‘Free PowerPoint to Video Converter’. Check out its steps below.

  • Step 1: Open the extension and navigate to the ‘Tools’ option.
  • Step 2: Then, click on ‘Export Video’ from the drop menu and change the video resolution.

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  • Step 3: After that, set the duration and click on ‘Save As’.

The document will be saved a video file.

Extra Tips: How to Recover Lost PowerPoint Presentation Password

Although, we have discussed multiple methods in detail regarding the ppt to video conversion. The method varies, and it all depends on the version of MS Office you are using.

But in this part, we will be going to discuss the way to unlock a locked PPT document without a password. A PPT document can be secured for security reasons; a lot of users do that. The problem comes when you have multiple PowerPoint documents and all the secured using different passwords. You are bound to forget the unlock code.

So, if the document is essential and you need to get it unlocked; you can use professional 3rd part software for the successful retrieval of the said unlock code.

Our recommended program is called PassFab for PPT. This is a genuinely great program with a high recovery rate and capability to recover the password superfast.

The operation is also very simple. Check out the steps below.

  • Step 1: Install PassFab for PPT on your computer and then launch it.

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  • Step 2: After that, import the locked PPT to the program. Click ‘Add’.

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  • Step 3: Then, it is time to select the attack type. Dictionary Attack, Brute Force Attack, and Brute Force with Mask Attack; these are the available options.

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  • Step 4: After the attack type is selected, click on the ‘start’ button and start the password recovery.

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You can also watch this video about how to use it:

The recovery will be completed within minutes. A pop-up will appear on the screen with the recovered password. Now, you can use it to open the locked document.

Summary

Hence, the conversion from a PPT document to a video is not a difficult task. The conversion is even possible with the MS Office program itself, though the procedure differs according to the version of the MS Office. Nonetheless, you also have access to online services that are also capable of the said task.

Updated on / Posted by Shirley Howard to PowerPoint Tips / Follow @Shirley Howard

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